#BLOGTOUR | Siren Song – Rebecca McKinney @BexMcKinney @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours #amreading #bookblogger #bookreview

A man who glimpses other people’s inner worlds, and a woman who can foresee death. Can they trace a missing girl before the worst happens?

Harrison Jones is a university lecturer with a secret: he moonlights as a psychic detective. Amy Bell is a paramedic who has the uncanny knack of knowing things are going to happen before they do. From their first accidental meeting on an Edinburgh bridge, both of their lives are destined to change.

Harrison invites Amy to help him investigate the disappearance of a beautiful young singer. The search will lead them into the murky world of human trafficking, from Edinburgh to the streets of Athens, and into the darkest corners of the human mind…

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Review:

I’ve been talking about covers in reviews a lot lately, but Siren’s Song cover is absolutely beautiful and I think it fits the story wonderfully.

Rebecca McKinney’s writing drew me in from the start. This story is so unique, I can’t compare it to anything else right now. I think the psychic element is what really makes this novel shine. It is written in a way that is not confusing, but intriguing, which is important for this kind of novel.

Harrison and Amy are wonderfully written characters. They feel real and their abilities were interesting. Not something I would enjoy having, though!

I loved Siren’s Song. I highly recommend giving it a read. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

Rating:

5/5☆

*I received a free copy of this book from Love Books Group in exchange for an honest review on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*


Rebecca McKinney is a writer, therapist and community development practitioner, living and working in Midlothian, Scotland. She shares her home with her husband, two teenagers, three cats, and a growing collection of musical instruments. 

Previous novels:

The Angel in the Stone: shortlisted for the Highland Book Prize, 2017: Sandstone Press

Blast Radius: 2015: Sandstone Press


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