Thanks for a great review, Ali!
"This is a slow burn novel that slowly ramps up.
Easy to read chapters that entice you to keep going. I liked all three main characters (Kal, Marty, Sophie)... and wanted the best outcome for them all.
There is a great psychological thread throughout which fascinated me, the mental illness aspect is written fabulously...
I really enjoyed London Noir"
You can find Ali's full book review for LONDON NOIR here
London Noir gets a big thumbs up from JenMed's Book Reviews.
London Noir is getting great reviews. Here's one from book blogger and expert Kate Noble. Thanks so much, Kate!
"Can you remember a book you read last August? I can, it was Good Girl Bad Girl. This was the prequel to London Noir..."
"I want to avoid speaking about the plot too much, the usual fear of spoilers and giving anything too juicy away but I will say that this book features one of the most chilling serial killers I’ve read about in a long time. Girdharry paints a stunning picture of a killer who can charm and beguile, is clever but also..."
You can find Kate's full review here.
Thanks so much Kate, for your lovely comments!
GOOD GIRL BAD GIRL has hit the top spot on Amazon USA - Crime Fiction #1, #2 and #3.
(and #4 in the UK)
And the results are in -
Delighted to announce GOOD GIRL BAD GIRL is a Finalist in the Eric Hoffer Book Award - First Runner Up, Ebook Fiction
Good Girl Bad Girl is a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award Montaigne Medal.
This prestigious award is given annually to small and independent presses.
The results will be due in a few months and I'll keep you posted.
BestThrillers is a specialised book club for fans of mystery and thrillers.
I already got a great review from Bella G. Wright of BestThrillers and in March they'll run a feature on Tell Me A Secret. Yippee!
Here's a link to the full article - BestThrillers
Written on the Apple Tree was recently reviewed on the Reading Other People blogspot. This is what they said -
"The short story “Written On The Apple Tree” is short but resonant. Capping out at a mere 4000 words, the author, Ann Girdharry, feels ethereal and magical...
It’s all very good. There are bigger, deeper questions that shimmer on each page, ranging from the impact of long-ago decisions to the power of suggestion. Either way you look at it, Girdharry is a bright writer, and I’m eager to read what’s next of her sleeve."
Excerpt from review of Written on the Apple Tree, at Reading Other People, with thanks to Nick Rossi.
On 22nd January, I heard that Tell Me A Secret had been awarded a Readers' Favourite Five Stars !
Readers' Favourite regularly do reviews for icons in the publishing industry - Penguin group, Harper Collins, Simon&Schuster ...so I'm very grateful to Jessyca Garcia at Readers' Favourite for her support of my book.
thank you so much to all my readers and fans
let's celebrate - have a bar of chocolate on me!
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