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A History & Celebration of the Playhouse Theatre: Weston-Super-Mare by Samantha Ball

This was a very welcome read for me – despite having no connection with Weston-Super-Mare other than a couple of hours there one day as a child, ...
A History & Celebration of the Playhouse Theatre: Weston-Super-Mare by Samantha Ball

The Grimy 1800s by Andre Gren

The Grimy 1800s is an excellent little introduction to the history of public health and sanitation in England. Written by an Oxford graduate, Andre ...
The Grimy 1800s by Andre Gren

The Six by Luca Veste

Luca Veste is a shining example of an author whose books get better with each new book published. As the king of scouse noir, Veste is expanding his ...
The Six by Luca Veste

Last Impressions by Joseph Kertes

Sometimes the very amount of historical evidence can overwhelm. Hitler ordered Hungarian’s leader Horthy to accept that his country would be ...
Last Impressions by Joseph Kertes

Freak Out by Pauline Butcher

In August 1967, Pauline Butcher was a London-based typist. Armed with a portable, golf-ball typewriter and shorthand pad, she often got sent out on ...
Freak Out by Pauline Butcher

The Beast of Buckingham Palace by David Walliams

Dark dystopia, target market may find themselves confused. By ‘confused’ I mean that readers may wonder if they are in fact reading ...
The Beast of Buckingham Palace by David Walliams

Are You Watching? by Vincent Ralph

Jess is a young woman and star of a YouTube reality show. Ten years previously, her mother was the first victim of a serial killer dubbed the Magpie ...
Are You Watching? by Vincent Ralph

Haven’t They Grown by Sophie Hannah

Haven’t They Grown is a book with such an intriguing premise. One day Beth Leeson happens to see her old friend, Flora Braid. With Flora are ...
Haven’t They Grown by Sophie Hannah

The Godmother by Hannelore Cayre

So much crime fiction fits neatly into one sub-genre or another but this French novel is a true one off defying easy classification. The Godmother ...
The Godmother by Hannelore Cayre

Could Have Been Verse by David Winship

The final verse in this collection reads: Now that you’ve come to the end of the book, I hope that you didn’t take too long. I’m sorry my ...
Could Have Been Verse by David Winship

BLOG TOUR: The Black Ditch by Simon J Lancaster

Welcome to the nbmagazine.co.uk stop on the blog tour for The Black Ditch by Simon J Lancaster! Here’s a little info about the book: Laurie ...
BLOG TOUR: The Black Ditch by Simon J Lancaster

Beyond the Moon by Catherine Taylor

I find it hard to resist a time travel book and Beyond the Moon piqued my interest even further as it is partly set in WWI, a period of time I’ ...
Beyond the Moon by Catherine Taylor

Letters from Tove by Tove Jansson

This volume, edited by Boel Westin (Jansson’s biographer) and Helen Svensson and translated by Sarah Death, includes a selection of 160 of Tove ...
Letters from Tove by Tove Jansson

Writers and Lovers by Lily King

Well, the title of this novel partly tells what to expect. Camila/Casey is 31 and has been writing her novel for six years. It looks like she has ...
Writers and Lovers by Lily King

Plender and GBH by Ted Lewis

When George goes to the pictures in GBH, “The movie instead of being about sex and violence, being British made, was about sex and laughs.” It ...
Plender and GBH by Ted Lewis

Dreamland by Nancy Bilyeau

The publication of a new work of historical fiction by Nancy Bilyeau is always a real treat. Her first three books, The Crown, The Chalice and ...
Dreamland by Nancy Bilyeau
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