If the cozy smell of boiling coffee fills the room, you might as well start to read this review I wrote about a mystery book, 'A Little Bird Told Me' which is available since September 13!
I am so excited to present my very first blog tour post! This is going to be a review of the psychological suspense/mystery book 'In Servitude', which I liked very much, and I'm so lucky to have been able to read it, and be part of this tour! This book is really something that's worth reading. A huge thank you to both the author and Digital Reads Blog Tours for giving me the opportunity to put my paws on this one! Grab a coffee and see what makes me recommend it! 😉
This YA mystery series is probably something you should read on some cozy autumn afternoon these days... Make a coffee the way you like it, and let's read my thoughts about this book!
This time I chose to read something supposed to be a light summer read. Read my review of 'Hot Pursuit' while having a nice-smelling coffee! 😉
Hey, guys! Let's try a coffee or a tea without milk or sugar added... or probably it is the best if you stick to your own habits. It's just that I found the characters in this book were oddly specific about how they took their coffee or tea. Anyways, 'The Wind between Two Worlds' is a mystery/thriller novel that deals with war veterans and homeless people and refugees.
Make yourself a coffee (an iced one, if I may suggest) and get sucked into the world of Robert Langdon (again)! (I know it is actually our existing world, but these books seem to be so similar that I feel like it's a whole separate one with poor Robert being trapped in a 'history repeats itself' kind of situation...)...
Grab your cup of coffee, and read this review of "The Chemistry of Death". Sounds good, right?