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The Unteachables by Gordon Korman

A good teacher gone to seed. A class of misfits the system has given up on. While you might guess how the story is generally going to unfold, it ...

The Unteachables by Gordon Korman

Romantic Outlaws by Charlotte Gordon

A perfect title, Romantic Outlaws brings to life the extraordinary lives of Mary Wollstonecraft and her daughter, Mary Shelley. It is written by ...

Romantic Outlaws by Charlotte Gordon

Nightfall, Cassidy’s Girl and Night Squad by David Goodis

In pulp fiction circles, the name David Goodis is spoken reverentially and this trio of stories makes it clear why he is held in such regard by ...

Nightfall, Cassidy’s Girl and Night Squad by David Goodis

Puzzle Girl by Rachael Featherstone

Right, I’m just going to say this… I love, love, love, LOVE this book! The end. Oh, you want a bit more? Well, I was immediately ...

Puzzle Girl by Rachael Featherstone

Trust No One by Anthony Mosawi

You would not believe this was a debut spy thriller from Anthony Mosawi, as he seems to have written something that will become a modern classic. ...

Trust No One by Anthony Mosawi

In the Month of the Midnight Sun by Cecilia Ekbäck

Sweden, 1856 – certainly not an era in history I was familiar with, but this novel is fascinating and beautifully written to conjure the ...

In the Month of the Midnight Sun by Cecilia Ekbäck

Revolution Sunday by Wendy Guerra

Revolution Sunday is a novel that restores your faith in humanity and the ability of individuals to stand up for their beliefs, their art, when ...

Revolution Sunday by Wendy Guerra

The Story Keeper by Anna Mazzola

I love books set on islands, especially Scottish islands, so The Story Keeper had a massive appeal for me immediately based purely on the setting ...

The Story Keeper by Anna Mazzola

Questions I Am Asked About the Holocaust by Hédi Fried

“What has happened once may unfortunately happen again, if not in exactly the same way. To prevent this, it is important to remember; the past ...

Questions I Am Asked About the Holocaust by Hédi Fried

Nocilla Lab by Augustín Fernandez Mallo

“…one has to be very careful about the objects one places inside a text because they affect the story like magnetic poles, they attract ...

Nocilla Lab by Augustín Fernandez Mallo

Red Snow by Will Dean

This is the author’s second novel, a sequel to his debut, Dark Pines. One again we’re with Tuva Moodyson, an outsider in the very insular ...

Red Snow by Will Dean

The Chestnut Man by Søren Sveistrup

The debate as to what makes a good novel, what makes a good crime novel, is never ending. Creative writing courses and manuals talk about, ...

The Chestnut Man by Søren Sveistrup

The Death of Murat Idrissi by Tommy Wieringa

Thouraya and Ilham are young women who belong to two worlds, although they fear that in reality they truly belong to neither. Born in Holland to ...

The Death of Murat Idrissi by Tommy Wieringa

The Long Take by Robin Robertson

Unusually, simply because of the Christmas break, I have not tackled this review until a few weeks after I read the book but in that time it has ...

The Long Take by Robin Robertson

The Lion Tamer Who Lost by Louise Beech

When Andrew was a child he discovered that if he made wishes, wrote them down, put them in a safe place and kept them secret, some of them came ...

The Lion Tamer Who Lost by Louise Beech

Virginia Woolf in Richmond by Peter Fullagar

I’ve been a big fan of Virginia Woolf’s work, especially To the Lighthouse and Mrs Dalloway, for a long time, although I didn’t really know ...

Virginia Woolf in Richmond by Peter Fullagar
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