Blurb: Life couldn’t get much better for Hannah. She accepts her dream job in Manchester, and easily makes friends with her new neighbours. When she becomes romantically involved with her boss, she…
“Life couldn’t get much better for Hannah. She accepts her dream job in Manchester, and easily makes friends with her new neighbours.
When she becomes romantically involved with her boss, she can’t believe her luck. But things are about to take a grisly turn.
As her colleagues and neighbours are killed off one by one, Hannah’s idyllic life starts to fall apart. But when her mother becomes the next victim, the connection to Hannah is all too real.
Who is watching her every move?
Will the police discover the real killer in time?
Hannah is about to learn that appearances can be deceptive.”
I am delighted to welcome you to my stop on the The Watcher blog tour. The Watcher is written by Netta Newbound and was published by the fantastic Bloodhound Books at the end of last month (January 2017). I have been wanting to read a novel by Netta…
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Just a quickie to let you know my new website is live. I have been able to transfer any of you who initially subscribed using your email address, but, if you want to keep following me, just head over to www.nettanewbound.com and resubscribe.
For this inconvenience, I’m offering you a FREE copy of Behind Shadows (the first Adam Stanley book.)
Just hit the ‘claim your free book’ link on the new website, add your email and Voilà!
Hope to see you on the other side…
A Compelling Psychological Thriller Novel.
In this fast-moving suspense novel, Detective Adam Stanley searches for Miles Muldoon, a hardworking, career-minded businessman, and Pinevale’s latest serial killer.
Evidence puts Muldoon at each scene giving the police a prima facie case against him.
But as the body count rises, and their suspect begins taunting them, this seemingly simple case develops into something far more personal when Muldoon turns his attention to Adam and his family.
I’ve read all of the books in the Adam Stanley series and enjoyed every one of them.
There is a lot of background surrounding Amanda’s character which the author does a good job of mentioning it in the book, so for any readers that are new to the series, they shouldn’t have a problem keeping up but obviously I recommend reading them all as they are good books.
Out of all the books…
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Check out this fab review from the lovely Sarah at
Check out the Q&A from the lovely Shell Baker
Day 8 of the Prima Facie Blog Tour – Guest Post https://thebookreviewcafe.wordpress.com/2016/07/18/blog-tour-prima-facie-by-netta-newbound-guest-post/?iframe=true&theme_preview=true