Don’t Tell The Teacher Suzi K Quinn Blog Tour 



Thank you so much @HQStories for inviting me to be part of this blog tour.

Paperback published by HQ 25th July 2019

School should have been the safest place…
For Lizzie Riley, switching her six-year-old son Tom to the local academy school marks a fresh start, post-divorce. With its excellent reputation, Lizzie knows it’ll be a safe space away from home.
But there’s something strange happening at school. Parents are forbidden from entering the grounds, and there are bars across the classroom windows.
Why is Tom coming home exhausted, unable to remember his day? What are the strange marks on his arm? And why do the children seem afraid to talk?
Lizzie is descending into every parent’s worst nightmare: her little boy is in danger. But will she be able to protect him before it’s too late?


 I loved this envelope with the label of the school bag logo on that came just like the front cover of Don’t Tell The Teacher.
I do love receiving envelopes with designs taken from a book  on the label. I keep all my envelopes that have these adorable labels on the envelopes. 

Oh my goodness once I started reading Don’t Tell The Teacher, I couldn’t stop. If there’s one book that I say is a must read, this is high on my list to recommend to you all.

When you take your young child to school, you know your child will be safe. 

In this page turning story, when Lizzie Riley takes her six year old son Tom to school, Lizzie soon starts to become supicious of things about the school with bars across the windows. 

When things start to happen to her precious son , Lizzie can’t get any answers from the school. Everyone Lizzie speaks to seems to be hiding something.  Lizzie takes an instant dislike to the headmaster and further more she doesn’t trust him, then there is Toms teacher which Lizzie doesn’t  seem to get along with,  plus Lizzie knows that other boys in Toms class are bad trouble. Please don’t miss this book. It is mind blowing all the way.


Suzy K Quinn is the author of page-turning thrillers and good-feel romance. Her books have sold over three quarters of a million copies worldwide. Suzy is also a journalist and has previously written for The Guardian, Perfect Wedding Magazine and the Sunday Times Magazine. Suzy currently lives in Essex with her husband Demi and two daughters, Lexi and Laya, and is also available for interview and to write features. 

You can find Suzy on






Paperback published by Hodder 30th July 2019


A mother will do anything to protect her baby . 

The crime scene is as puzzling as it is brutal. Paul and Brindel Latham are found dead in their beautiful San Francisco home, each the victim of a gunshot wound to the head.

For Detective Regan Pescoli, news of her sister’s death brings grief and guilt. She and Brindel weren’t close, and Pescoli barely knows her teenage niece, Ivy, who lands on her doorstep in Grizzly Falls, Montana. Though Pescoli is on maternity leave, she’s soon deeply involved in a very personal investigation.

But as the list of suspects keeps growing, so does the body count. And Pescoli is about to find that both her and her loved ones are at the mercy of a killer who’ll go to any lengths to see her suffer . 


The most brilliant book ever that I have read by Lisa Jackson . Willing To Die is also the most harrowing carnage, that I have witnessed by Lisa Jackson. Dr. Paul Latham and Brindle were killed in their beautiful home while sleeping separately in their bedrooms. Someone murdered them. Someone shot Brindle in the head. The housekeeper found them in the morning both dead. Brindle’ daughter Ivy is missing, and her boys are away at school. Questions for the police,  had both been killed before their valuables had been stolen? There’s plenty of suspects. All crime crazy fans you have to read fast paced brilliantly twisted novel Willing To Die. 


Lisa Jackson is the number-one New York Times bestselling author of more than 85 novels, including Afraid to Die, Tell Me, You Don’t Want to Know, Running Scared, Without Mercy, Malice, and Shiver. She is also the co-author of the Colony Series, co-written with her sister, Nancy Bush. There are over 20 million copies of Lisa Jackson’s books in print in twenty languages.  



Paperback published by Walker


Amy Becker is a star. She’s used Heartstream to broadcast every moment of her mother’s illness. It’s the realist, rawest reality TV imaginable, and it’s everywhere.

On the day of her mother’s funeral, she goes home to find a fan of hers in t kitchen. She’s rigged herself and the house with explosives-and she’s been waiting to talk to Amy for a long time.

Amy is about to discover just how far true obsession can go. 


I wouldn’t call this a psychological thriller, but it’s definitely raw, heartbreaking and full of surprises with scenes that you wouldn’t expect to happen. 
I decided to do a different review, taking my reading review to the very beginning of the first few pages, as the beginning unsettled me in that big way that grabbed my full attention. 

The story starts with Amy Becker’s mothers funeral. The most saddest thing is that Amy didn’t shed a tear at her own mothers funeral. I expected her to feel something, and it annoyed me that all Amy cared about during her mother’s funeral is looking up Heartstream icon on her mobile phone. 
Right from the early pages it seemed to me that something wasn’t quite right with Amy Becker.

I always know that when a character gets under my skin they instantly become my favourite, and Amy Becker was certainly a character, that was my favourite, after all she was the main character. Amy Becker I will never forget.

I have just got to recommend Heartstream. I would like to thank Walker books so much for sending Heartstream to read and review. 


TOM POLLOCK has been described as a powerful new imagination by the Guardian. He is the author of five novels, including the critically acclaimed White Rabbit, Red Wolf. Heartstream is his second novel for young adults. He is also an ambassador for TalkLife, the peer support network for youth mental health. Tom lives and works in London 

Tom Pollock can be found on Twitter  @tompollock

The Man Who Didn’t Call Rosie Walsh



Paperback published by panmacmillan 25th July 2019

The Man Who Didn’t Call by Rosie Walsh is a heart-wrenching love story with a dark secret at its heart, for anyone who’s waited for a phone call that didn’t come.

Imagine you meet a man, spend six glorious days together, and fall in love. And it’s mutual: you’ve never been so certain of anything.

So when he leaves for a long-booked holiday and promises to call from the airport, you have no cause to doubt him.
But he doesn’t call.

Your friends tell you to forget him, but you know they’re wrong: something must have happened; there must be a reason for his silence.

What do you do when you finally discover you’re right? That there is a reason — and that reason is the one thing you didn’t share with each other?

The truth.


I want Rosie Walsh to know that I loved every single page of The Man Who Didn’t Call. I had seen so many tweets about this book, that it was high on my list to read. 

I immediately did feel sorry for Sarah Mackey, she had spent seven delightful days with Eddie David. When he was going on holiday to Spain, he promised Sarah that he will call her from the airport. Sarah returned home, but saddened when the man of her dreams didn’t call. Sarah leaves so many messages on Facebook and tried his phone without hearing from Eddie. Sarah suspects that something has happened to him. 

After feeling so sorry for Sarah, I was then taken to the next step with twists that was like a light bulb blowing. 

I just didn’t see the ending. I’ve read a few books by Rosie Walsh in her name pen name Lucy Robinson . I do hope that Rosie Walsh writes more books in her own name. 
My last line is buy and read The Man Who Didn’t Call by Rosie Walsh, I’m sure everyone will love every single page.


Rosie Walsh has lived and travelled all over the world, working as a documentary producer and writer. The Man Who Didn’t Call is her first book under her own name. She lives in Bristol with her partner and son.

The Holiday T. M  Logan 



Paperback published by Zaffre 25th July 2019

Seven days. Three families. One killer.

It was supposed to be the perfect holiday – a group of families enjoying a week together in the sun. Four women who have been best friends for as long as they can remember making the most of a luxurious villa in the south of France.

But Kate has a secret: her husband is having an affair. And a week away might just be the perfect opportunity to get the proof she needs – to catch him in the act once and for all. Because she suspects the other woman is one of her two best friends.

One of them is working against her, willing to sacrifice years of friendship to destroy her family. But which one? As Kate closes in on the truth in the stifling Mediterranean heat, she realises too late that the stakes are far higher than she ever imagined . . .
Because someone in the villa may be prepared to kill to keep their secret hidden. 


Taking a holiday should be about relaxing, having fun as a family. 

Kate organised a holiday in France with her best friends and husband’s. They should have lots of fun and laughter together, eating and drinking plenty, after all they are on holiday. 
Kate isn’t happy she thinks that even though her husband is on holiday, he is being distracted and secretive always on his mobile. When Kate finds her husband’s mobile she finds a text message from another woman. I would have confronted my husband straight away if I had found a text message from another woman, but how kate kept it to herself I don’t know. Finally when she openly tells her husband she found a text message on his phone, he doesn’t have the explanation I thought he would have. 

Lots more twists and turns happen in what meant to have been the perfect seven days holiday with three families and oh yes there’s one killer, but who ? 

The Holiday is a must read, an absolute page turner. One of the best holiday themes I’ve read.
I would like to thank the publisher for sending me an early proof copy 

About Author T. M. Logan


Twitter @TMLogan Author 

Tim was born in Berkshire and studied in London and Cardiff before becoming a national newspaper journalist. He currently writes full-time and lives in Nottinghamshire with his wife and two children. 
His debut thriller Lies was a blockbuster bestseller one of the top ebooks and  sold more over 3000,000 copies. His second novel  29 Seconds was longlisted  for the Specsaver National Book Award. 

Power, Beauty and Legitimacy of Adolesence Susan Jane Broda Tamburi Blog Tour 



Ppaperback published by Clink Street Publishing 

Thank you to fayerogersuk for inviting me to be part of this non-fiction book blog tour 

Power, Beauty and Legitimacy of Adolescence. Understanding the teenage years, from their complexity in reality to some fictional representations in Anglo-Saxon, French and Italian literature.
Based on thorough experience in teaching, pedagogy and parenting, this book is a helpful guide for parents and teachers who want to help teenagers, the best way they can, in becoming adults.
Susan Jane Broda Tamburi provides an instructive, yet very simple approach to a full understanding of the complex mechanisms of adolescence. The author also analyses some enlightening representations of teenagers in literature. 


I really enjoyed reading power, Beauty and Legitimacy of Adolesence, It’s not often I get the chance to read a non -fiction self help book.
This non-fiction book is to be a helpful guide for parents and teachers who want to help teenagers. 
I think this guide here is to understand teenagers much more into today’s world. Understanding the teenage years, well we all were teenagers once, but have times changed since we were young? There is also in this book understanding teenagers growing into young adults. I loved the cover of the young girl, with arms folded just like girls do when there in a bit of a mood and want their own way. 

About the author 

I was born in Geneva from an English mother and an Italian father who both had come to Switzerland to work in international organisations. I travelled a lot when I was young visiting my two families in London and Rome. I went to school in Geneva and after one year spent in England in an Art School, I went to Geneva university where I got a masters degree in English, French and Italian literature. I started teaching during my studies and never stopped. I got married and had 4 children. Today I am still a teacher but am also responsible for teacher training in my school and at university. I have been living for 8 years with my American partner whom I had dated when I was a teenager. After having gone our separate ways we reconnected later in life and are living happily together in Geneva although we spend a lot of time in California.

My eldest son is an architect in Geneva, my eldest daughter has just obtained a bachelor at Brunel University in digital design, my youngest son is studying economics in Lausanne and my youngest daughter is enjoying a gap year doing voluntary work in Costa Rica and New Zealand before starting medical school.


We all get on well and are considered by friends and relatives as a “fusional” family, whatever that means…


I started writing articles at the age of twenty for an animal journal when part -time working in a zoo. A few years later I wrote a collection of children’s stories. I recently decided to write a book on adolescence in French which was published in November 2018, I then made a longer adaptation of it in English and have currently finished the Italian version.




Paperback published by lightning books 11th July 2019

When James Salisbury, the owner of a British car manufacturers, ploughs his self-drive car into a young family, the consequences are deadly.

Will the car black box reveal what really happened or will the industry, poised to launch these products to an eager public, close ranks to cover things up?

But James faces a more important dilemma. If he was driving the car he may go to prison. If the car was to blame, then his precious business will fold and his dream of safer transport for all , will turn to dust.

Lawyers Judith Burton and Constance Lamb team up once again, this time to defend a man who may not want to go free, in a case that asks difficult questions about the speed at which technology is taking over our lives. 


I’m a huge fan Abi Silver and have read The Pinocchio Brief and The Aladdin Trial. The Cinderella Plan I couldn’t put this court drama down.  

 James Sailsbury is the founder of SEDA. The SEDA cars are an atonomous vehicle that can drive itself or put into manual. The SEDA cars have saftey features with cameras, lasers, radar and other sensors, with advance breaking innovative steering. And it doesn’t crash. The court need to decide how was it possible for James to crash his car and kill two young children. The trouble is he doesn’t remember anything about his car accident. Either James Sailsbury was driving his car, or his SEDA car malfunctioned. If he is found guilty of driving his car he will go to prison, but if his car malfunctioned the company will fold without him. It’s a must read with some brilliant twists that are woven into the end.