The Khan; subverting the organisational crime novel

Although I hate violence and am really squeamish, I’ve always loved organised crime dramatisations such as The Sopranos, The Godfather, Peaky Blinders etc. They fascinate me. Yet these are stories where men take the lead…

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Saving Missy: Chance to win this heart warming bestseller

Saving Missy is such an uplifting delight – full of warmth, friendship and dogs, it is definitely a must read! Oh and by the way I’m not the only person to love this book. First…

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The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot; an uplifting mosaic of life

I was so chuffed when I was invited to review The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot as this seems to be a novel that the whole book community is raving about. I now…

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Last One At The Party; emotional, life-affirming and oh so funny

If you’re looking for a cracking good read that’s sure to make you laugh, then you need to read Last One At The Party. Only released on 4th February 2021, its already been listed as…

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The Blame; a dark murder mystery

If you enjoy slow burning thrillers, you may fancy reading The Blame, the new novel from Kerry Wilkinson. Only published on 16th February 2021, this is a read that interweaves the legacy of childhood friendships…

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