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Hi all: I bring you another non-fiction book that brings to life what a real murder investigation was like in Britain in the early XX century. The Murder that Defeated Whitechapel’s Sherlock Holmes: At Mrs Ridgley’s Corner by Paul Stickler. A fascinating true police-procedural account from the early XXc In 1919, when a shopkeeper and her
Hi all: I am sure today’s book won’t be to everybody’s taste, but I loved it. See what you think. The English Wife: A Novel by Lauren Willig From New York Times bestselling author, Lauren Willig, comes this scandalous novel set in the Gilded Age, full of family secrets, affairs, and even murder. Annabelle and Bayard Van Duyvil live
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: Today I bring you a book that is released TODAY and I had a chance to read before its publication thanks to Rosie’s Book Review Team. I had read another book by the author recently and was very curious…. The Unraveling of Brendan Meeks by Brian Cohn THE UNRAVELING OF BRENDAN MEEKS is a first-person
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: As you know, every so often I take part in book blog tours or cover reveals (I’ve been doing mostly reviews and reblogs recently due to time constraints, but do not hesitate to ask) and this one was one of them. I go for books that intrigue me and sometimes it might be
Hi all: OK, you won’t be able to complain now. Neither yesterday’s nor today’s books are thrillers. Although, the subject of the book today is… well, yes, many thrillers and even horror stories could be written about it (and have). Mad or Bad. Crime and Insanity in Victorian England by David J. Vaughan In a
Hi all: I keep trying to share the reviews I haven’t brought you yet, hoping that when I’ve caught up I’ll share them as I read. Let’s see. Today it’s a pretty special one, funnily by an Argentinian author whom I happened to read in translation first. Oh well… Kill the Next One by Federico Axat (Author), David Frye (Translator).
Hi all: It’s Tuesday and as I did a bit of travelling over the bank holiday weekend (yes, for the Llandeilo Book Fair. I promise to tell you all about it as soon as I can, but in case you want to catch up with the brain behind everything, fantasic author and organiser extraordinaire, Christoph
Hi all: We’re getting close to the publication. I’m going through the final corrections of the Spanish version now. Today I bring you chapter 4of Escaping Psychiatry. Beginnings. And don’t miss the ending of the post, as I have a surprise if you want to listen to me on the radio this afternoon (26th January).