Hi all: I picked up this novel after reading an intriguing and enticing review by fellow reviewer and talented writer Terry Tyler, and as I’ve discovered quite a number of great writers following her recommendations, I had to give this one a go. I’m sure you’ll realise why soon enough. Rum Hijack by Phil Motel
Hi all: I bring you a book I mentioned a while back, and here it is, finally. Girl With A Sniper Rifle: An Eastern Front Memoir by Yulia Zhukova In this vivid first-hand account we gain unique access to the inner workings of Stalin’s Central Women’s Sniper School, near Podolsk in Western Russia. Luliia was
Hi all: I bring you another book I’ve reviewed for Rosie Amber’s Book Review Team and loved it. Season of Second Chances by Aimee Alexander When leaving is just the beginning… The long-awaited novel of family, love and learning to be kind to yourself by award-winning, bestselling Irish author, Aimee Alexander. Grace Sullivan flees Dublin
Hi all: I bring you a book that I’ve enjoyed by an acclaimed author I hadn’t had a chance to read yet but has now become a favourite. The Glass House by Eve Chase PRE-ORDER THE STUNNING NEW MYSTERY ABOUT OLD FAMILY SECRETS FROM THE AUTHOR OF BLACK RABBIT HALL AND THE VANISHING OF AUDREY WILDE ‘A captivating
Hi all: I bring you a book that although it might be an acquired taste, I enjoyed immensely. One Year of Ugly by Caroline Mackenzie ‘Deliciously dark’ EMMA JANE UNSWORTH ‘Funny and important’ LAURA JANE WILLIAMS It was Aunt Celia who got us into the whole mess. The entire Palacios family thrust smack into the
Hi all: I bring you a review of a book just published at the end of last week by an author I’ve read great things about. Even before its publication, the novel has gained plenty of attention: The Pulpwood Queens (780 book club chapters) August book selection Finalist in the Faulkner Society’s William Wisdom International
Hi all: I bring you another one of Pen & Sword Books, a pretty new experience for me, and one I recommend. Churchill: A Graphic Biography by By Vincent Delmas, François Kersaudy, Foreword by Andrew. Roberts, Illustrations by Alessio Cammardella and Christophe Regnault A full and wholly fair representation of the most adventurous life in the history of British politics.
Hi, all. I bring you a great book that will be released on the 1st of May, and I want to recommend. Another great find by Rosie Amber and her team. Odd Numbers by JJ Marsh The Guilty Party meets The Secret History Can you forgive a friend? Strange things bring people together. Like a tragic death.
Hi all: Here I bring you a book that’s not one of my usual, but I needed something to keep my mind entertained… Mountain Climbing With Dinosaurs by Doug Goodman Rise up. Take the next handhold. Stretch your fingers as far as they can go. Hundreds of feet above the ground, don’t look down. Keep
Hi all: I bring you a book that will appeal to people interested in old Hollywood and celebrity and star culture. I also found it quite appropriate and easy to read in these circumstances, where a lot of us experience difficulty concentrating. Hollywood’s Dark History: Silver Screen Scandals by Matt MacNabb The dawning of the