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The Girl from the Corner Shop by Alrene Hughes

I loved The Girl from the Corner Shop. It’s a fabulous wartime saga which completely drew me in to the story. And what a story! Helen Harrison ...
The Girl from the Corner Shop by Alrene Hughes

The Fragility of Bodies by Sergio Olguín

In the field of crime fiction, a field that sometimes feels overcrowded, its wonderful to find a book with a great premise. The Fragility of Bodies ...
The Fragility of Bodies by Sergio Olguín

Ryuko Vol I. by Eldo Yoshimizu

This is the start of a new series and it really hits the ground running. Ryuko is action and adventure all the way. A feisty heroin, in fact a cast ...
Ryuko Vol I. by Eldo Yoshimizu

The Bastille Spy by C.S. Quinn

I really enjoyed this rollicking, fast-paced, historical adventure story. The setting is Paris in 1789, revolution is in the air. The heroine is ...
The Bastille Spy by C.S. Quinn

Arnhem 1944 by Dilip Sarkar

This September I will be with other Polish family members at the Polish Paratrooper Statue at Manchester Airport. My grandfather was a paratrooper, ...
Arnhem 1944 by Dilip Sarkar

A Killing Sin by K.H. Irvine

A Killing Sin is an intriguing and entertaining debut, full of promise. The novel is shot through with original ideas and, even thought the topic is ...
A Killing Sin by K.H. Irvine

A Sinner’s Prayer by M.P. Wright

1970, St Pauls, Bristol. A new decade and JT Ellington is determined it will be a quiet one. He’s stepped away from the private-eye game to ...
A Sinner’s Prayer by M.P. Wright

Codename Villanelle by Luke Jennings

As a big fan of Killing Eve, the hit BBC series based on Jenning’s novels, I was keen to read the story that inspired them. Like the series, there ...
Codename Villanelle by Luke Jennings

On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong

Ocean Vuong has decided to follow up his 2017 TS Eliot prize-winning debut collection of poetry, Night Sky With Exit Wounds, with a novel. This ...
On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong

The Sleepwalker by Joseph Knox

Joseph Knox has once again written an excellent thriller in which he brings back the darkest stain on Manchester’s police force, Detective Aidan ...
The Sleepwalker by Joseph Knox

Goodness Gracious Me: The Complete Radio Series 1-3

I adored this TV series as a teenager, and was thrilled to see the original radio show available on Audible. It’s the first time I’ve ...
Goodness Gracious Me: The Complete Radio Series 1-3

The Accidental Spy by Sean O’Driscoll

In 2003, Michael McKevitt, one time head of the Real IRA, was convicted in the Republic of Ireland for “membership of an illegal organisation” ...
The Accidental Spy by Sean O’Driscoll

The Last Englishmen: Love, War and the End of Empire by Deborah Baker

Deborah Baker has written an extremely engaging and stimulating book that covers a vast amount of ground of the first half of the twentieth century. ...
The Last Englishmen: Love, War and the End of Empire by Deborah Baker

Drowned Lives by Stephen Booth

“You can never restore the past completely” is a line from the prologue in this new standalone novel by international best-selling crime writer ...
Drowned Lives by Stephen Booth

Underworld: The Inside Story of Britain’s Professional and Organised Crime by Duncan Campbell

There are two types of true crime writing about gangsters. First, there are the breathless glamourising puff pieces. These are often ghostwritten ...
Underworld: The Inside Story of Britain’s Professional and Organised Crime by Duncan Campbell

The Far Field by Madhuri Vijay

Everything a person does has a result, something that might not be intended, but that happens nonetheless. A person inter-relates with others, so ...
The Far Field by Madhuri Vijay
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