Review Policy & Copyright Statement

My preferred reading is almost exclusively Psychological Thrillers and general Crime Fiction.


If you would like me to review a book for you please contact me via the “Leave a Reply” box below or on Twitter @TraceyWalsh_
Although I cannot give a firm agreement to review by a given date, due to other commitments, please let me know if you have a deadline for reviews to be published so that I can fit your book into my schedule.
I am happy to receive either physical books or Kindle documents.
My honest review will be published on this blog and on Goodreads. I will copy a review to Amazon if requested.

All content of this blog is subject to the copyright notice below
© Tracey Walsh 2014, 2015 & 2016. Unauthorised use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Tracey Walsh and Tracey Book Lover with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.


13 thoughts on “Review Policy & Copyright Statement

  1. Hi Tracey

    I wondered if you would consider reviewing my novel Sleep Tight – a psychological thriller. It’s doing pretty well in the charts – it’s number 11 in the Kindle Store on Amazon in the UK today, and number 1 in psychological thrillers, and it’s doing quite well in the US as well.
    There is no deadline for reviews, but I would be grateful if you would consider it. I would also be happy to do an interview (I have some questions pre-prepared if you prefer) or could do a giveaway on your site.
    If you would like to find out more about Sleep Tight, I have prepared an Information for Reviewers sheet which unfortunately I can’t attach, but it is available on my DropBox account at . This link gives access to a Sleep Tight folder with other resources and information.
    Thank you.
    Rachel Abbott

  2. Hi Tracey,

    I’m currently looking for bloggers to review my book, thriller Prime Deception, published through CarinaUK which came out on 7th April.

    When Lorna Thomas is found dead in her car everyone believes she killed herself. But the day after her death Lorna was set to sell a scandalous story to one of Britain’s biggest tabloid papers. For six months she had been the Deputy Prime Minister’s mistress.

    Will Lorna’s secret die with her? While her family try to move on and come to terms with her death one person refuses to believe that Lorna killed herself. Her twin sister, Laurie is convinced that Lorna was murdered and she’ll stop at nothing to prove it, even if that means teaming up the very man her sister had been having an affair with…

    If you’d be interested in reviewing the book, free ARC editions can currently be downloaded via Net Galley through the link below;

    Best Wishes,

    Carys Jones

  3. Hi, Tracey, I too have reviewed Bad Moon Rising and enjoyed it. I have three crime books published by Crooked Cat – would you be interested in reviewing any of them? As I Iive in Spain, I’d prefer it if I sent you the e-book version? The books are SPANISH EYE, BLOOD OF THE DRAGON TREES and SUDDEN VENGEANCE. A fourth book CATALYST is due out from Crooked Cat later this year. Best wishes, Nik

  4. Hi Tracey
    Would you be interested in reviewing my novel, The Indelible Stain, a mystery inspired by genealogy and secrets from the past, published by SilverWood Books on September 26th?

    Esme Quentin’s arrival in North Devon is marred by the gruesome discovery of a fatally injured woman at the foot of a cliff. The death is deemed to be accidental but Esme, troubled by the woman’s dying words, is not convinced.
    The subsequent trail for the truth leads Esme back into the disturbing history of nineteenth-century convict transportation and the mystery behind a Devon convict girl, transported to Australia for her crime.
    As Esme delves deeper it becomes clear that a legacy of hatred which has festered for generations in the ‘land beyond the seas’ now threatens to spill over on to Devon soil with devastating consequences.

    This is the second in the Esme Quentin mystery series. The first, Blood-Tied, has received enthusiastic reviews on Amazon and Goodreads. Although The Indelible Stain is a stand-alone story, if you would prefer to read Blood-Tied instead, I’d be happy to send you a copy.

    Best regards,
    Wendy Percival

    • Hi Lindsay, thanks so much for the nomination, it means a lot coming from you x However I decided a while ago to opt out of these features (I’ve even given up my beloved readathons) as they were becoming too time consuming & distracting. Hope there’s ‘no offence’ caused as none intended. Tracey x

  5. Hi Tracey!

    I am working as a publicist for an author named Mary Lawrence, author of The Alchemist’s Daughter. Her book came out in late April 2015, and she has another book in her series coming out in January 2016. The book takes place in the year 1543 of King Henry VIII’s reign. The story focuses Bianca Goddard, the daughter of an infamous alchemist, who enjoys creating remedies for the disease-riddled poor in London’s squalid Southwark slum. But when her friend Jolyn comes to her complaining of severe stomach pains, Bianca’s prescription seems to kill her on the spot. Recovering from her shock, Bianca suspects Jolyn may have been poisoned before coming to her—but the local constable is not so easily convinced.To clear her name and keep her neck free of the gallows, Bianca must apply her knowledge of the healing arts to deduce exactly how her friend was murdered and by whom—before she herself falls victim to a similar fate…

    We would love it if you could take the time to read The Alchemist’s Daughter and write a review for it. I can provide you with a copy of the book if you are interested!

    Jennifer Dolloff

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