Hi all: I repeat today with another book by an author I read last year. A Woman of Valor by Gary Corbin. In A Woman of Valor, Jack Reacher meets Tracy Crosswhite as #metoo victims find a heroine who will fight back for them – with a vengeance. A rookie policewoman, who was molested as a
Hi all: I bring you a review for a book that I think is a great reference book for those of us always eager to find new sources of information. Great British Family Names and Their History: What’s in a Name? by John Moss. For better or worse, what we are is often determined by
Hi all. I am participating in a blog tour for an author I read last year for the first time, and I was keen to read her new one. JACKSON: ETERNITY SPRINGS: THE MCBRIDES OF TEXAS by Emily March. Synopsis: From New York Times bestselling author Emily March comes Jackson, the newest novel in the critically acclaimed Eternity Springs series.
Hi all: I’m coming a bit left field with this book. I’m not a big fan of firearms, although I’ve used them in some of my books (no personal experience beyond a BB-gun my dad used to have when I was younger), but I was fascinated by this book. The Sniper Encyclopaedia: An A–Z Guide
Hi, all: Today I bring you a book that is proving very popular, although… The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides An intriguing read, but not an accurate depiction of mental healthcare. Read the Sunday Times and No.1 New York Times bestselling, record-breaking 2019 thriller that everyone is talking about – soon to be a major film. ‘Terrific’ – THE TIMES Crime Book of
Hi all: I bring you another great book from Pen & Sword, one recommended in particular to lovers of the Brontës and walking. Literary Trails: Haworth and the Brontës by David F Walford, Catherine Rayner This lighthearted but deeply researched book offers interest and guidance to walkers, social historians and lovers of the Bronte family,