Ghosts of the British Museum; powerful and fascinating non-fiction

I’ve only been to the British Museum once. It was about six years ago when I visited a friend for her birthday in London. Even though I like going to museums and art galleries, I…

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Shrines of Gaiety; captivating and unforgettable

When I was invited to take part in the blog tour of Kate Atkinson’s latest novel Shrines of Gaiety, I couldn’t believe my luck. I mean Atkinson is one of the world’s most talented and…

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Deity; a sinister thriller seeped in folklore

With his new chilling novel Deity, Matt Wesolowski continues to skilfully stake his place in the crime fiction genre. Weaving his compelling trademark of mythical folklore with his unique podcast style (which I love) alongside…

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The Shape of Darkness; a gothic bone chiller

Wow! This is a book that I’ve not been able to get out of my head since I finished it. If you love a gripping ghost story, you need to read The Shape of Darkness.…

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The Nesting; a ghostly tale rich in Nordic folklore

How hauntingly beautiful is the cover of The Nesting, the new novel from acclaimed, award winning novelist C.J. Cooke. And you know what, the compelling story within the cover is just as haunting. Full of…

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