• Serenade, spotlight post

    Serenade by Morgan Shamy (Spotlight Post)

    Introducing Morgan Shamy’s Serenade Hey guys, Welcome back to Bookish Beyond. I hope you’re having an amazing week so far. Today, I’d like to introduce you to the work of a wonderful author, Morgan Shamy. One of Morgan’s older books, The Redpoint Crux has appeared in our past reviews and can be found HERE. Now, Morgan is due to publish a new paranormal fantasy mystery novel, entitled Serenade, with the book in question being due for release come May 31st of this year. Serenade is…

  • The Secret Resort of Nostalgia

    The Secret Resort of Nostalgia, by Sahlan Diver

    The Secret Resort of Nostalgia, by Sahlan Diver Hey guys, welcome back to Bookish Beyond. Have you stumbled upon any new bookish gems lately? Today, I’m excited to be reviewing The Secret Resort of Nostalgia, by Sahlan Diver. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin. About Set mainly in Ireland in the 1990s, Mike Denning recants the tale of how he was assigned to work at the secret resort of Nostalgia, documenting key moments on the…

  • Beasts of Sonara, Shawn. C. Butler

    Beasts of Sonara

    Beasts of Sonara, by Shawn. C. Butler Hey guys, welcome back to Bookish Beyond. How have you been? Today, I’m excited to be reviewing Beasts of Sonara, a mysterious thriller by Shawn. C. Butler. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin.   About Writer Ray Molina has come to spend some time in the remote island of Sonara, known for its tragic history and excellent healthcare for cancer patients. Ray is out surfing one morning when…

  • The Wrong Girl

    The Wrong Girl, by Robert. W. Kirby

    The Wrong Girl, by Robert. W. Kirby Hey guys, welcome back to Bookish Beyond. How have you been? Today, I’m excited to be reviewing The Wrong Girl, by Robert. W. Kirby So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin. About The story is primarily set in Edinburgh, 2019, as photographer Alex Clayton struggles with re-occurring nightmares about a traumatic past memory. We are then periodically taken back to Alex’s past (1988 – Kent), after his mother has…

  • Shorestone Murders

    Shorestone Murders, by Karina Evans

    Shorestone Murders (Book #1 of The Detective Isobel Hester series), by Karina Evans Hey guys, How has you week been? Have you stumbled upon any new bookish treasures? Today, I’m sharing my review for Shorestone Murders (Book #1 of The Detective Isobel Hester series), by Karina Evans. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin.   About The story is set in Shorestone, a small seaside village in the UK and takes place over just a few…

  • The Fool and the Hierophant, by Alexander Krall

    The Fool and the Hierophant, by Alexander Krall Hey guys, welcome back. Are you having a good week? Today, I’m excited to be reviewing The Fool and the Hierophant, a mystery thriller by Alexander Krall, with some interesting Science Fiction elements. If you’ve got your favourite drink to hand, let us dive in. About After a fire breaks out on Mother One, one of the four artificial birthing machines in the city of Radiance, Captain Khepra Sigfrid calls upon a disgraced detective to see if…

  • If Shadows Could Tell: An Aurora Steller Mystery

    If Shadows Could Tell (An Aurora Steller Mystery Novel), by Granthana Sinha Hi there. Welcome back to Bookish Beyond. How have you been? Today, we’re reviewing If Shadows Could Tell, a thriller/mystery novel, by Granthana Sinha. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin. About If Shadows Could Tell is a mystery novel set in the quiet and unassuming town of Zircon Drops. When local reporter Janet Clay goes missing, Aura’s friend Suz is adamant that something…

  • The Braille Killer, Daniel Kuhnley, book review

    The Braille Killer

    Hi guys, I hope you’re having a fantastic Friday so far. If you love a good Thriller, you may like today’s featured book, The Braille Killer, by Daniel Kuhnley. About For years, a deranged killer has been stalking detective Alice Bergman, claiming that his victim’s blood is on her hands. It is up to Alice to unravel the clues he sends her, and to accept that her past has a part to play in his sick schemes. Characters Alice is a well-motivated detective, with a…

  • Red Point Crux, Morgan Shamy

    Red Point Crux

    Good afternoon from a drizzly England. I hope you’re all keeping safe and well. Today, I’m excited to be reviewing Red Point Crux, a young adult mystery, by Morgan Shamy.   About The Red Point Crux follows Megan Tucker (AKA: Red), a stubborn world-class climber, and Liam Reynolds, the inheritor of his parent’s cursed theatre. Megan yearns to return to her professional climber status after an unfortunate failing, while Liam struggles to keep his family’s theatre afloat during a series of mysterious murders, linked to…

  • An Excuse for Murder, Vanessa Westermann, book review, thriller,mystery,murder

    An Excuse For Murder (Thriller)

    An Excuse For Murder is a mysterious Thriller set in Caulden, England. Two years after Gary loses the love of his life, he decides to take revenge on her killer, later meeting introverted bookshop owner, Kate. Story   The story revolves around themes of vengeance, loss and regret- of things characters wished they’d done to avoid future suffering. There is love in the air, a mysterious murder, and hitmen turning up with their own personal vendettas. One thing I think could have been touched on…