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 book (an audiobook!) by an author I have known for a while and I follow on social media, but somehow I hadn’t read any of his fiction yet. Well, it was worth the wait. THE VIOLIN MAN’S LEGACY (Jack Calder Crime Series #1) by seumas gallacher Thriller with bloody twists
Hi all: This is the second part (although it should be the first) of the post I published last week. Oh well, this is me we’re talking about, after all. The Dry: The Sunday Times Crime Book of the Year 2017 by Jane Harper ‘One of the most stunning debuts I’ve ever read…Read it!’ David
Hi all: I read this book a little while back but I waited until it was published (it was due for publication on the 11th January 2018, so I hope it’s now available) to share it, so you wouldn’t have to wait to read it if you felt as intrigued by it as I was.
Hi all: Today I bring you a pretty hard book to read, not because of the writing style, but because of the subject. Childhood and Death in Victorian England by Sarah Seaton. In this fascinating book, the reader is taken on a journey of real life accounts of Victorian children, how they lived, worked, played and ultimately
Hi all: Don’t worry. I haven’t accumulated tonnes and tonnes of book reviews while my friend and her family were visiting, but I don’t want to get behind, so I bring you another one today. This would definitely make a great movie. And the author is going places too. Girl on Point by Cheryl Guerriero “One of
Hi all: Some of you might have read this review as I shared it a while back in Lit World Interviews but I hadn’t shared it here and must admit that I’d never thought about reading any of these authors books despite his popularity and this novel made me change my mind. Street Soldier by Andy
Hi all: I keep trying to catch up on recent reviews, and here I bring you one that I must confess I was curious about because of the writer. Holding by Graham Norton (Author) It’s funny and wonderfully perceptive’ Wendy Holden ‘Poised and perceptive’ the Sunday Times ‘It is beautiful and yet devastatingly sad’ Daily Express ‘A considerable achievement …
Hi all: Fridays is new books and/or new authors day. Today I have an author whose books I’ve shared previously (in my old blog) but although I’m fascinated by her titles and topics (and she writes with good knowledge as you’ll see from the brief biography I share too) I haven’t quite managed to read
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