Underwater Breathing; a sublime, tender read

Underwater Breathing literally tore my heart in two; I swear I cried all the way through. If like me, you are attracted to character driven stories that explore family, love and loss, Underwater Breathing is a…

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Blog Tour: The Woman Before Me

Originally published in 2010, I can’t believe I have missed The Woman Before Me until now as it is a brilliant psychological thriller; probably one of the best I have ever read. To mark a…

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Blog Tour: Fire On The Mountain

Set in the African landscape, Fire on the Mountain is a novel about identity and finding yourself. It centres around the character Nick, an NGO worker who finds himself in a nameless African city. Emotionally…

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New Voices 2018: The Feed

Last week I was lucky enough to be invited to the Manchester leg of the New Voices 2018 book tour hosted by Headline Publishing Group – and believe me, there are really exciting titles coming…

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The Visitors: a creepy psychological family portrait

“Creepy, eccentric, chilling” are the three words Catherine Burns uses when I ask her to describe her debut novel The Visitors. And yes, this is a description that I agree with; it is dark, it…

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