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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Before I Saw You; can you fall in love with someone you’ve never seen?

Published in hardback this week on Thursday 4th February, Before I Saw You is deemed to be one of the major romance debut novels of 2021. Written by Emily Houghton, this is a heart warming…

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There’s Only One Danny Garvey; a tale of hope, redemption and football

Full of depth and pathos with a good dose of Scottish wit, There’s Only One Danny Garvey is a book that is sure to stay with me. And if you’re a football fan, you’re on…

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Sorry It’s A Girl; an insightful read

It was both the title and the cover of this novel that caught my eye, but when I read the plot description, I definitely wanted to read this book. This is a book portraying the…

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Meant To Be; love, loss and family heirlooms

I am a sucker for a good, easy love story and Meant To Be, the new novel by Louisa Leaman is just that. Yes, books in this genre are often predictable, but I’ve said it…

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