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Picking Up the Pieces by Jo Worgan

It’s hard enough to be a good parent, but that multiplies when you have a disabled child. Kate’s six-year-old son Sam has autism, meaning, for ...
Picking Up the Pieces by Jo Worgan

Butterfly in Frost by Sylvia Day

Dr Teagan Ransom is fragile and nursing a broken heart. She has just moved across the country to start a new life and try and forget about her ...
Butterfly in Frost by Sylvia Day

Overdrawn by N.J. Crosskey

I must admit I didn’t quite take on board from the blurb of Overdrawn that it was a dystopian story and if I had I might not have decided to ...
Overdrawn by N.J. Crosskey

BLOG TOUR: Plenty Under the Counter by Kathleen Hewitt

Welcome to the nbmagazine.co.uk stop on the blog tour for Plenty Under the Counter by Kathleen Hewitt! Here’s a little info about the book: ...
BLOG TOUR: Plenty Under the Counter by Kathleen Hewitt

Hollywood Godfather by Gianni Russo with Patrick Picciarelli

Sometime ago, I was involved in an online debate within NB Magazine. It weighed up the pros and cons of the film trilogy The Godfather. Nothing got ...
Hollywood Godfather by Gianni Russo with Patrick Picciarelli

The Secrets We Kept by Lara Prescott

I first heard about The Secrets We Kept in June last year. The book was initially titled We Were Never Here (perhaps that was too close to Jonathan ...
The Secrets We Kept by Lara Prescott

The Imaginary Lives of James Pōneke by Tina Makereti

‘James Pōneke is my full name, but people in these parts prefer Hemi.’ ‘Well, I shall call you James, for I am not from these parts, and ...
The Imaginary Lives of James Pōneke by Tina Makereti

The Woman Who Cracked the Anxiety Code by Judith Hoare

The Woman Who Cracked the Anxiety Code by Judith Hoare is a superb book on the life of Claire Weekes. A woman born in Australia in 1903, the eldest ...
The Woman Who Cracked the Anxiety Code by Judith Hoare

The Nightmare of Reason by Ernst Pawel

Over the course of many years I have read assorted ‘classic’ authors’ work, one of whom was the writer Franz Kafka. I knew that he was of ...
The Nightmare of Reason by Ernst Pawel

When I Got Out by Peter Seth

This well-established American writer of novels and scriptwriter for TV has a sharp eye for detail in a plot which I have to say wouldn’t ...
When I Got Out by Peter Seth

Take It Back by Kia Abdullah

The promo around Kia Abdullah’s debut novel Take It Back certainly meant that it’s been on my radar for a while and as much as I try not to let ...
Take It Back by Kia Abdullah

Starlight by Rod Humphris

Starlight is a sharp contemporary thriller but it’s also an homage to the era of Hollywood noir and that golden generation of hardboiled writers. ...
Starlight by Rod Humphris

The Silent War by Andreas Norman

An intelligent zeitgeisty spy story that delves into the thorny issues of surveillance, black sites, rogue operations and leaks. In The Silent War ...
The Silent War by Andreas Norman

The Confession by Jessie Burton

I was so looking forward to reading this having read The Miniaturist by the same author. The Confession certainly didn’t disappoint and I was ...
The Confession by Jessie Burton

Truth Hurts by Rebecca Reid

I loved Rebecca Reid’s first novel, Perfect Liars, but I really, really loved Truth Hurts. I thought it was A-mazing!!! Poppy is a nanny when, ...
Truth Hurts by Rebecca Reid

Degrees of Guilt by HS Chandler

I have been longing to read Degrees of Guilt, not least because although this is HS Chandler’s first book, she’s also known as Helen ...
Degrees of Guilt by HS Chandler
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