The Way Back To Us: emotionally charged brilliance

The Way Back To Us has had such an emotional impact on me. It is not a happy read so I wouldn’t advise it if you are looking for some light escapism. However it is…

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My review of The Secret of the India Orchid

I’m a sucker for a bit of romance. I also love historic fiction, so when I got an advance copy of The Secret of the India Orchid I was intrigued to read it. To add…

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The Betrayals: an absorbing yet frustrating read

I’ve procrastinated writing my review of this book. Why? Because in one sense I absolutely loved it and I found it all-consuming (which I love when I’m reading a book). On the other hand it…

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Some summer reads you may have missed…

Wey hey! Summer is finally here… So where has all that lovely sunshine gone? Yip, its back to being a typical mixed and often wet summer it seems for us Brits. However I do find…

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My review of The Woodcutter’s Wife by David Johnson

I was really attracted to read The Woodcutter’s Wife as I’m a big fan of historic fiction and the fact that this novel is set during the America Civil War really appealed to me. Also…

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