A Life Behind the Lens by Richard Pelham

A Life Behind the Lens by Richard Pelham

We’ve all seen the iconic images of Gazza’s infamous dentist’s chair celebration, Gareth Southgate being consoled after Euro 96 penalty heartache and Mo Farah and Usain Bolt sharing a podium at London 2012, but we’re less likely to know the man responsible for...
If Looks Could Kill by Olivia Kiernan

If Looks Could Kill by Olivia Kiernan

The third DCS Frankie Sheehan novel. I’ve been with DCS Frankie Sheehan from the start, she really went through it in Too Close to Breathe (2018), the impressive, emotionally wrought debut thriller that introduced Olivia Kiernan as a strong new voice in Irish crime...
Only You by Kate Eberlen: Review by Linda Hepworth

Only You by Kate Eberlen: Review by Linda Hepworth

Publisher’s synopsis: One person is all it takes to change a lifetime . . . But how will you know if they’re the one? Present Letty and Alf are the only English speakers at an Italian class in Rome, where they discover the language that really connects them is dance:...
INTERVIEW: Paul Burke meets David Gilman

INTERVIEW: Paul Burke meets David Gilman

David Gilman’s new high octane thriller, The Englishman, was released on 9th July. Although Gilman is best known for his Master of War series set in the fourteenth century this new novel is a modern adventure crackling with excitement and pulsating action. Gilman also...
The Invisible by Seb Doubinsky: Review by Linda Hepworth

The Invisible by Seb Doubinsky: Review by Linda Hepworth

Publisher’s synopsis It’s election time in New Babylon, and President Maggie Delgado is running for re-election but is threatened by the charismatic populist Ted Rust. Newly appointed City Commissioner Georg Ratner is given the priority task to fight the recent...