My latest The Burning Question – has received all four and five star reviews on Ammazon and book sites. Great reviews too, from various national magazines and press.
An arsonist is on the loose, and after three attacks, leaving victims killed, DCI Banham and DI Alison Grainger are getting nowhere, only clue links us to a member of the team, a new member, so is all what it seems? and when yet another life is at stake, the team are racing the clock, but which one will win, and are they still on the right track
THE TERROR WITHIN:
Receiving five star reviews:
Regan’s best yet. ***** Amazon
Full of twists and turns, and will keep you on edge of your seat.
Put into my top reads of the year: Firefliesandfreekicks bookblog
Well written and highly recommended – Donnasbookblog
Published by headline.
SISTERHOODS: ***** Amazon five star reviews.
Strong and gritty, hard hitting, excellent crime.
Mystery People: 5 stars.
GUTS FOR GARTERS
Regan continues her sure-footed walk on the noir side. Entertaining stuff, but not for the faint-hearted.
published by Severn House received another five star review on Amazon Books.
Colin Dexter OBE and creator of Morse, reviewed and wrote of this book: ‘Regan exhibits enviable control over her characters in this skilful and fascinating WhoDunnit.’
Dufours Edition Trade: “Altogether an absorbing book which will definitely be on my list of best books of the year”
Mystery Woman: “A thrilling climax in its implication and is followed by a neat tying up of ends”
This is a book you can’t put down.” EASTBOURNE HERALD
Sharon Wheeler- Reviewing the Evidence:“Confidently told and kept me hooked”
Peter Gutteridge – Sunday Observer Dec 11th 2007:“One of the best New and Up and Coming crime writers”
Tangled Web: September 06: “A sound debut; I look forward to Linda Regan’s next book.”Crimesquad magazine: Dec 06: “This a brilliant first novel from actress turned writer.”
Amazon.com: “An entralling read. This crime story has it all; a clever plot, unbelievably believable characters, and an unsuspected twist at the end. An excellent bedtime read.”
Encore Magazine: October 06: “For a first Novel it is extremely well written.”