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The Temple House Vanishing by Rachel Donohue

I liked the sound of this book, the intrigue about 2 girls infatuated by their art teacher, where one girl and the teacher disappeared 25 years ago. ...
The Temple House Vanishing by Rachel Donohue

Bird Cottage by Eva Meijer

In this strange little novel translated from the Dutch by Antionette Fawcett we are introduced to Len Howard. Len was a real woman born at the turn ...
Bird Cottage by Eva Meijer

BLOG TOUR: Real Life by Adeline Dieudonne

Welcome to the nbmagazine.co.uk stop on the blog tour for Real Life by Adeline Dieudonne! Here’s a little info about the book: At home there ...
BLOG TOUR: Real Life by Adeline Dieudonne

The Sussex Murder by Ian Sansom

This is the latest in a successful series that follows Professor Swanton Morley as he travels England in the 1930s writing guides to different ...
The Sussex Murder by Ian Sansom

Class Murder by Leigh Russell

After a previous case went wrong, Detective Inspector Geraldine Steel has returned to the fray, but on a different level to the one, she was on ...
Class Murder by Leigh Russell

Jewish Women by Max Brod

Max Brod (1884-1968) became a most prolific author, beginning in his early twenties, and continuing throughout his life. He was a contemporary of ...
Jewish Women by Max Brod

The Aosawa Murders by Riku Onda.

“I enjoy rambling about old towns. Going to an unknown place and glimpsing the lives of strangers. Walking around an old city is like a journey ...
The Aosawa Murders by Riku Onda.

The Liar’s Daughter by Claire Allan

I’ve really enjoyed Claire Allan’s previous books and she’s one of those authors whose books I want to read without knowing very ...
The Liar’s Daughter by Claire Allan

BLOG TOUR: The Dark Side of the Mind by Kerry Daynes

Welcome to the nbmagazine.co.uk stop on the blog tour for The Dark Side of the Mind by Kerry Daynes! Here’s a little info about the book: ...
BLOG TOUR: The Dark Side of the Mind by Kerry Daynes

Three Spotlight Books: ‘Cora Vincent’, ‘Crumbs’, and ‘The Haunting of Strawberry Water’

Spotlight Books have recently published a series of six attractive short volumes, three of them poetry collections, and three of which consist of a ...
Three Spotlight Books: ‘Cora Vincent’, ‘Crumbs’, and ‘The Haunting of Strawberry Water’

Tyll by Daniel Kehlmann

This novel is a wonderful blend of light and dark historical storytelling. Some passages are lyrical and jaunty, not unlike the stage performances ...
Tyll by Daniel Kehlmann

The Alibi Girl by CJ Skuse

The Alibi Girl is my first book by CJ Skuse but I’ve heard such good things about her previous books and both are on my pile of books to read. ...
The Alibi Girl by CJ Skuse

Blues for Outlaw Hearts and Old Whores by Massimo Carlotto

“The real problem is, in the age of globalisation, prostitution is an unstoppable phenomenon: human beings worth something on the sex market, ...
Blues for Outlaw Hearts and Old Whores by Massimo Carlotto

A Deadly Divide by Ausma Zehanat Khan

I make no bones about it, I’m an adherent of Khan’s impressive crime novels. A Deadly Divide takes the Khattak and Getty series to five, these ...
A Deadly Divide by Ausma Zehanat Khan

The Foundling by Stacey Halls

From the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Familiars. Two women, bound by a child, and a secret that will change everything … Starting in ...
The Foundling by Stacey Halls

Disoriental by Négar Djavadi

This first novel by Iranian born Négar Djavadi opens with twenty something Kimiâ Sadr in a Parisian fertility clinic. She’s spending her waiting ...
Disoriental by Négar Djavadi
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