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To Sleep In a Sea Of Stars By Christopher Paolini

Although I am familiar with the author Cristopher Paolini having seen his books in shops and libraries I have not actually read any of them or seen ...
To Sleep In a Sea Of Stars By Christopher Paolini

The Secret Life of Fungi by Aliya Whiteley

Author Aliya Whiteley has been fascinated by fungi since her childhood spent in North Devon; indeed, science-fiction-like mushrooms bloom in much of ...
The Secret Life of Fungi by Aliya Whiteley

Firewatching by Russ Thomas

I’ve been looking forward to reading Firewatching for ages and boy do I wish I had read this fabulous book sooner. DS Adam Tyler solely ...
Firewatching by Russ Thomas

Bad Debt by William McIntyre

Robbie Munro thriller #6 Bad Debt is the latest in an immensely enjoyable legal crime series from Scotland. Author William McIntyre is a partner in ...
Bad Debt by William McIntyre

Betray Her by Caroline England  

Jo and Kate met when they were eight years old, on the day their parents left them at the boarding school which was to become their term-time ‘home’ ...
Betray Her by Caroline England  

Why Can’t We All Just Get Along: Shout Less. Listen More. by Iain Dale

I’ve worked in politics (Blair Government 1997-2010) and met Iain when he then ran the wonderful Politicos bookshop just down the road from ...
Why Can’t We All Just Get Along: Shout Less. Listen More. by Iain Dale

London Under Snow by Jordi Llavina

Publisher’s synopsis London Under Snow is a delicate, compact, mature and profound collection of short stories about winter by Jordi Llavina. Six ...

How to Raise an Elephant by Alexander McCall Smith

This is the 12st book in the No.1 Ladies Detective series, set in Botswana and featuring some of the well-known characters such as Mma Ramotswe, Mma ...
How to Raise an Elephant by Alexander McCall Smith

Horace Fox in the City by Jacqui Hazell

I had better get back into some books for children as I’m to be a granny next year and love looking at the bright bookshelves full of goodies for ...
Horace Fox in the City by Jacqui Hazell

The Interpreter From Java by Alfred Birney

This book has one of the most enthralling opening pages I’ve read, as Alan Noland summarises all the violent actions his father Arto was involved in ...
The Interpreter From Java by Alfred Birney

Overdue by Amity Reed

This is one of the most interesting and informative books I have read.  After two contrasting experiences of giving birth, Amity Reed became a.  ...
Overdue by Amity Reed

Moonflower Murders by Anthony Horowitz

Despite having over forty novels to his name, spanning over four decades, Moonflower Murders was my first foray into the work of Anthony Horowitz, ...
Moonflower Murders by Anthony Horowitz

Open by Johan Norberg

Open by Johan Norberg Steven Pinker writes of Open: “No person or society is smart enough or wise enough or noble enough to solve the wicked ...
Open by Johan Norberg

From Lands Down Under – crime roundup

I was part of an online book launch at the beginning of the month for Southern Cross Crime by Craig Sisterson, a guide to Australian and New Zealand ...
From Lands Down Under – crime roundup

The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists by Robert Tressell (adapted)

The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists by Robert Tressell, (adapted) A graphic novel by Scarlett & Sophie Rickard This graphic novel version of ...
The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists by Robert Tressell (adapted)

Southern Cross Crime by Craig Sisterson

Southern Cross Crime by Craig Sisterson The Pocket Essential Guide to the Crime Fiction, Film, and TV of Australia and New Zealand. Brace yourself ...
Southern Cross Crime by Craig Sisterson
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