Booksnaps on the beach with Ronnie Turner
It’s the holiday season, so the perfect time for reading on the beach. One blogger goes that step further and takes her books to the beach to take #booksnaps. And you’d think she lived on the French Riviera judging by these pictures! Tropical trees, golden sands and clear blues seas.. the perfect backdrop for some yummy holiday themed #Booksnaps
Ronnie Turner – we can’t imagine how heavy your bag must have been that day but what a great set of pics!
The Poison Bed is a bewitching tale about love, murder, power and the price of truth and lies. Steeped in gorgeous detail, E. C. Fremantle spins a dazzling story around these two people and keeps the suspense and tension coursing through the pages! I love, love this book!
Call of the Curlew is an atmospheric, haunting and simply stunning novel from Elizabeth Brooks! I was hooked from beginning to end. I grabbed every moment I could to read this book. I can’t wait to read more by this author!
Meet Me At the Museum is a powerful debut novel which explores the opposing shades of loneliness and love. Anna Youngson’s portrait of these two strangers is utterly exquisite. I was swept up in their letters, their loving descriptions and their shared discovery – not perhaps of something like The Tollund Man but something in some ways far more beautiful.
All Rivers Run Free is a raw, exquisitely told tale of loneliness, forgiveness, love, hope and finding your way home. Breathtaking!
Doug Johnstone keeps the tension high as he leads you on a devilishly dark, brilliantly original mystery that will leave you speechless as you try to guess who-dun-it!
Some great snaps here – thank you so much Ronnie! Be sure to check out her blog here – ronnieturner.wordpress.com/ AND She’s set to be a debut author in October!!
The past is always watching . . .
Three people, leading very different lives, are about to be brought together – with devastating consequences . . .
John has a perfect life, until the day his daughter goes missing.
Maisie cares for her patients, but hides her own traumatic past.
Miller should be an innocent child, but is obsessed with something he can’t have.
They all have something in common, though none of them know it – and the truth won’t stay hidden for long . . .