Dear all: I love this book, and I hope you will too. When All is Said by Anne Griffin. Five toasts. Five people. One lifetime. ‘A hugely enjoyable, engrossing novel, a genuine page-turner.’ Donal Ryan ‘An extraordinary novel, a poetic writer, and a story that moved me to tears.’ John Boyne ‘I’m here to remember – all
Hi all: Today I bring you a non-fiction book that proves that reality can, and often is, weirder and more fascinating than fiction. Thanks one more to Pen & Sword, one of my favourite non-fiction publishers. Investigating Organised Crime and War Crimes: A Personal Account of a Senior Detective in Kosovo, Iraq and Beyond by
Hi all: Today I bring you a review for a book written by an author who is a great favourite with many of us, Sally Cronin. She has a fabulous blog where she shares her knowledge of all things and also features writers, musicians, illustrators… She is always cooking up new schemes to help readers
Hi all: I bring you a book that got me thinking… Killing Adam by Earik Beann The world runs on ARCs. Altered Reality Chips. Small implants behind the left ear that allow people to experience anything they could ever imagine. The network controls everything, from traffic to food production, to law enforcement. Some proclaim it
Hi all: This is a fairly long post, because it includes an article by one of the authors of this non-fictional book, apart from my own review, but I felt it was so important it deserved the space. Trauma Recovery – Sessions With Dr. Matt: Narratives of Hope and Resilience for Victims with PTSD by
Hi all: I bring you a book by one of the authors I discovered though Rosie’s team. This is the second of her novels and… she’s a keeper! The Last Thing She Said by Rachel Walkley. Women’s fiction with a touch of the paranormal. A beautifully written feel-good story. “Beware of a man named Frederick
Hi all: I don’t tend to read many books in this genre, but I am translating a historical romance novel and I’ve been reading novels set around the same period, for research, you know, and when I mentioned that to Rosie Amber, she suggested I check NetGalley, and I did. I plan on shearing a
Hi all: Today I bring you the two first books in a series. I don’t usually read a lot in this genre but I’m pleased I decided to read these ones. The Devil’s Apprentice: The Great Devil War I by Kenneth B. Andersen (Kenneth Bøgh Andersen) Philip is a good boy, a really good boy,
Hi, all: This is a book that I’d recommend to those of you who prefer non-seasonal reads this time of the year. The book kept me thinking, and I’ve decided to add a reflection that I did not think belonged in the review (I know my reviews are legendary for their length, but there have
Hi all: Today I bring you a great novel. I was also invited to participate in the blog tour and I hope you find it as interesting as I do. The Blue by Nancy Bilyeau. ‘Nancy Bilyeau’s passion for history infuses her books’ – Alison Weir ‘With rich writing, surprising twists, and a riveting sense
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