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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), ...
If Looks Could Kill by Olivia Kiernan

House on Endless Waters by Emuna Elon (translated by Anthony Berris and Linda Yechiel)

Reviewed by Linda Hepworth Successful author Yoel Blum had always known that he was born in Amsterdam during the German occupation of Holland, just ...
House on Endless Waters by Emuna Elon (translated by Anthony Berris and Linda Yechiel)

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 You by Kate Eberlen: Review by Linda Hepworth

Road Seven by Keith Rosson: Review by Linda Hepworth

“Yet again Keith Rosson’s demonstrated his remarkable capacity for writing a story which makes the weird, the wonderful, the fantastic and the ...
Road Seven by Keith Rosson: Review by Linda Hepworth

The Cutting Place by Jane Casey: Review by Linda Hepworth

Publisher’s synopsis: You’ve got to be in the club to know the truth. Everyone’s heard the rumours about elite gentlemen’s clubs, ...
The Cutting Place by Jane Casey: 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 ...
The Invisible by Seb Doubinsky: Review by Linda Hepworth

The Attic Tragedy by J. Ashley Smith – Review by Linda Hepworth

Reviewed by Linda Hepworth This powerful story traces the unlikely friendship which develops during the final year of high school between two ...
The Attic Tragedy by J. Ashley Smith – Review by Linda Hepworth

MOTHER A Memoir by Nicholas Royle

There are some wonderful personal photographs in this beautiful family story but the one that sticks in my mind is at the end. It shows a somewhat ...
MOTHER A Memoir by Nicholas Royle

BLOG TOUR: The Creak on the Stairs by Eva Bjorg Ægisdottir

A little info about the book… The first in the electrifying new Forbidden Iceland series, The Creak on the Stairs is an exquisitely written, ...
BLOG TOUR: The Creak on the Stairs by Eva Bjorg Ægisdottir

The Snakes by Sadie Jones

I’d heard quite a bit about The Snakes before I decided to read it, so much so that I was really intrigued to see what I thought of it myself. ...
The Snakes by Sadie Jones

Execution by SJ Parris

This is the latest in this series about the renegade monk, philosopher and heretic Giordano Bruno and the treacherous goings on in Elizabethan ...
Execution by SJ Parris

A Very English Scandal by John Preston

When I was a young adult male, news stories that seemed light years away from me mattered precious little at the time. Maybe the odd name, or ...
A Very English Scandal by John Preston

Memento Mori by Peter Jones

I personally have a healthy appetite for reading things that pertain to mortality. I realise that as time has shifted over the years, responses to ...
Memento Mori by Peter Jones

The Other Bennet Sister by Janice Hadlow

I’ve loved Pride and Prejudice for many years and can be something of a purist, generally speaking. It has meant that I tend to avoid any retellings ...
The Other Bennet Sister by Janice Hadlow

Containment by Vanda Symon

This the first novel by this author that I’ve read, but the third in the author’s series of New Zealand set police procedurals. That said, ...
Containment by Vanda Symon

Black 13 by Adam Hamdy

As someone who has an enduring fascination with the far-right, Adam Hamdy’s Black 13 was a novel that I was looking forward to reading. I must ...
Black 13 by Adam Hamdy
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