A Mother’s Love: Interview with Hazel Eggleton

Like many readers I love psychological thrillers – I find many of them so thought-provoking and fascinating. So when I discovered that Hazel Eggleton, the author of Lucky Stars, a fantastic YA novel that I…

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The Ha-Ha; a brilliant and important social comedy

Is there no end to Tom Shakespeare’s talents? Tom is a world renowned sociologist, ethicist and disability activist – the latter being the main reason why I know of him. And now with the release…

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The Complete Short Stories of A. A. Milne; a charming collection to dip in and dip out

Like everyone else, I knew of A. A. Milne as being the creator of one of the most well-known characters in literature – Winnie-the-Pooh. I also knew something of the author’s life from watching the…

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The London Bookshop Affair; a stunning Cold War novel

Wow! What an all-consuming novel The London Bookshop Affair is. I can’t stop thinking about the world of espionage inspired by true historical figures and events that bestselling author Louise Fein has created. This is…

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Point Zero; a Japanese crime classic

Published in English for the first time 65 years after its initial publication, Japanese crime thriller Point Zero really fascinated me. Tense and compelling, it slowly but surely lured me in. Initially it took me…

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