#BlogTour: Song Of The Robin by R. V. Biggs @RVBiggs @annecater #SongOfTheRobin #RandomThingsTours

Book Synopsis:

The whispered voices and unsettling dreams were puzzling enough, but when the visions began, disquiet crept into Sarah Richards’ heart.

Living a joyless and unfulfilled existence, Sarah’s life, however, is ordered and routine. But one autumn morning she sees a figure waving to her, the figure of a man more ghostly than real.

Several times he appears, but is the spectre harmless, or are his intentions malevolent?

Disturbed and intrigued, Sarah endeavours to understand the mystery, to identify her unknown stalker. 

But with each visitation, she becomes ever more bewildered, and as her ordered life begins to unravel, she questions the reality of all that she knows, and with mounting horror, even her own sanity.

Song Of The Robin is available in ebook and paperback now. The ebook is currently only£1.90. You can purchase a copy of both using the link below.

My Review:

Wow this is a stunning, twisty book which is hard to believe is a debut novel!

I’m a firm believer in the idea that when a robin crosses your path it’s someone in heaven trying to say hello, especially as I’ve continually seen robins since I lost my son Christopher. This book therefore affected me on a personal note and I found the book very compelling as a result.

Song Of The Robin is an intriguing and mysterious book that manages to be a twisty thriller and a family drama that explores some fascinating subjects within its pages. The story is well developed and well paced with the reader slowly learning more about Sarah’s past. I felt drawn into the story straight away and felt involved in what was happening which meant I felt every twist the author threw at me.

The story is told in both the past and the present which makes for a fascinating read. I loved the way the author slowly drip feeds the reader little clues or bits of information that allows them to draw their own conclusions about what’s happening. This definitely kept me on my toes and kept me guessing until the end which is always a sign of a great read.

This is the author’s debut novel and the first in a fabulous new series and I’ve already purchased a copy of the sequel.

Huge thanks to Anne Cater for inviting me onto the blog tour and for my copy of this book.

About The Author:

R V Biggs lives in a small ex-mining village near Wolverhampton, England, with his wife Julie, and Mags the black lab. He has four grown up children and six grandchildren.
Walking with the dog is a favourite pastime and much of the story line for his first novel was developed during these lengthy outings.

Robert worked for 35 years in telecommunications but changed career paths to a managerial supporting role within a local Mental Health NHS trust. It was during the period between these roles that the concept for Song of the Robin was born.

Robert is a firm believer that destiny and co-incidence exist hand in hand and this conviction extends to his writing. He has a passion for holistic well-being and after first-hand experience of the potential healing powers of Reiki, a form of energy therapy, took a Reiki level 1 training course to heighten his spiritual awareness. Robert’s experiences in these areas helped conceive the ideas that led to Song of the Robin and its sequel Reunion, novels with central themes of fate, love and the strength of family. His writing however is not fantasy but is set in modern times involving real people living real lives.

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