My Musings

My Favourite Books of 2020: crime, thriller and horror.

I mainly read fantasy and thrillers and while I dabble in other genres they are my two ‘go-to’ genres. I usually only do a single favourite books of the year blog post, but I have decided to change things up slightly for the books that I read in 2020 and split the post into two, one blog post for fantasy and one blog post for thrillers. These are my… Continue reading My Favourite Books of 2020: crime, thriller and horror.

Book Reviews

Deity by Matt Wesolowski Book Review.

Deity (Six Stories #5). Matt Wesolowski. 320 pages. Mystery / Thriller / Psychological Thriller. My Rating: Hellyeah Book Review. Book Blurb. A shamed pop star A devastating fire Six witnesses Six stories Which one is true? When pop megastar Zach Crystal dies in a fire at his remote mansion, his mysterious demise rips open the… Continue reading Deity by Matt Wesolowski Book Review.

Book Reviews

Thirteen Storeys by Jonathan Sims Book Review.

Thirteen Storeys. Jonathan Sims. 400 pages. Horror/ Supernatural Thriller. My Rating: Hellyeah Book Review. Book Blurb. GOING UP? A dinner party is held in the penthouse of a multimillion-pound development. All the guests are strangers – even to their host, the billionaire owner of the building . None of them know why they were selected… Continue reading Thirteen Storeys by Jonathan Sims Book Review.

Book Reviews

If It Bleeds by Stephen King Book Review.

If It Bleeds. Stephen King. 384 pages. Crime / Thriller / Mystery / Horror / Short Story Collection. My Rating: Hellyeah Book Review. Book Blurb. A collection of four uniquely wonderful long stories, including a stand-alone sequel to the No. 1 bestseller The Outsider. News people have a saying: 'If it bleeds, it leads'. And a… Continue reading If It Bleeds by Stephen King Book Review.

Book Reviews

Ash Mountain by Helen Fitzgerald Book Review.

Ash Mountain. Helen Fitzgerald. 211 pages. Disaster Thriller. My Rating: Hellyeah Book Review. Book Blurb. Fran hates her hometown, and she thought she'd escaped. But her father is ill, and needs care. Her relationship is over, and she hates her dead-end job in the city, anyway. She returns home to nurse her dying father, her… Continue reading Ash Mountain by Helen Fitzgerald Book Review.