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Hi all: I bring you the third book by an author I’ve been following from the first novel she published, and I’m not surprised she’s become very popular (and there is talk of TV adaptations as well). The Burning Girls by C. J. Tudor The darkly compelling new novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Chalk Man, The
Hi all: I bring you an amusing and touching read that is perfect for those of us who have ended up with no holidays. Running Haunted: A Greek romantic comedy with a ghost set in Nafplio Greece by Effrosyni Moschoudi Kelly ran a marathon… and wound up running a house. With a ghost in it.
Hi all: I bring you a book difficult to classify (I like those) and one I’m sure will intrigue a lot of you. Draca by Geoffrey Gudgion ‘A terrific and compelling story which highlights mental and physical challenges that many who have served will recognise.’ General Sir Nick Parker, Commander British Forces Afghanistan 2010 Draca was
Dear all: I have known author JP McLean for quite a while (she was one of the authors I met through social media shortly after I started blogging and publishing my own books), and her books and news have featured on my blog a number of times. Although I’ve followed her career with interest (I
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: 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: You know I’m a bit fan of Teagan Geneviene’s books and her blog, so, of course, I could not resist the invitation to take part in her Blog-Party Bus. But, me being me, I’ve included a review of Atonement in Bloom as well. Here comes the bus!!! All aboard! Beep-beep, yeah! The party
Hi all: Today I review another book by an author I discovered not long ago and loved. Doctor Perry by Kirsten McKenzie Under the Hippocratic Oath, a doctor swears to remember that warmth, sympathy, and understanding may outweigh the surgeon’s knife or the chemist’s drug. Doctor Perry assures his elderly patients at the Rose Haven Retirement
Hi all: It’s not one of my usual days to share a review, but as this book launches today, I decided it was only appropriate, as I’d really enjoyed it. Thanks to Rosie Amber (and don’t forget to check her blog, here). The Women of Heachley Hall by Rachel Walkley Miriam has one year to uncover Heachley
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.