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Hi all: I bring you a book by an author that is a big favourite of mine, and one connected to one of her most popular series. Terrific! Blackthorn by Terry Tyler The UK, year 2139. One hundred and fifteen years ago, a mysterious virus wiped out ninety-five per cent of humanity. Blackthorn, the largest
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: Today I bring you a non-fiction title. It’s a fantastic and worrying read at the same time. I kept thinking of people who’d “enjoy” reading it (I’m not sure enjoy is quite the right term, but…). Hi, Debby, this is the book! Teagan, reading this book made me think of you as well.
Hi all: I bring you a novel by an independent author who has become a firm favourite of mine in recent years. You’ll love this one. Hope by Terry Tyler Terry Tyler’s nineteenth published work is a psychological thriller set in a dystopian near future – the UK, Year 2028. Blogger Lita Stone and journalist
Hi all: Another jewel from Pen & Sword, especially for those of us interested in the Caring Professions: Nursing Through the Years: Care and Compassion at the Royal London Hospital by Loretta B Bellman, Sue Boase, Sarah Rogers, Barbara Stuchfield Nursing has always been a challenging but rewarding profession. As part of the core healthcare
Hi all: I bring you another book by Pen & Sword, one that I know will interest many of you. Voices of the Second World War: A Child’s Perspective by Sheila A Renshaw Voices of the Second World War: A Child’s Perspective is a collection of firsthand accounts from people who experienced the Second World
Hi all: I bring you a wonderful book today. Truly wonderful. The Other Half of Augusta Hope: Meet this summer’s most extraordinary heroine by Joanna Glen THIS IS A STORY FOR ANYONE WHO HAS EVER FELT LIKE THEY DON’T BELONG ‘Keep the tissues close’ Good Housekeeping ‘A beautifully written debut novel with unforgettable characters and an
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: 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: A book I thoroughly enjoyed for this Monday. 2,000 Years of Manchester by Kathryn Coase. This is not a chronological history of Manchester with lists of facts and figures. Rather, it is an eclectic mix of fact, fiction, legend and myth which presents the history of Manchester from its beginnings as a Roman