Green Hands: a true classic

Shock, horror! My reading mojo had vanished, gone! I was struggling to concentrate reading a book – but thankfully Green Hands, the warm and humorous wartime classic has really saved the day for me. I…

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Innocent; an emotional who dunnit

Last summer I was lucky enough to read and review the stunning debut novel Found by Erin Kinsley. So when I was recently offered to read and review her new novel Innocent, I jumped at…

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To Dare; simmering suspense

To Dare is a clever psychological tapestry that I couldn’t quite piece together right until the very end. Hence this brooding domestic fiction intrigued me more and more as the story developed and the unease…

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You Don’t Know Me; unique, gripping and emotional

You Don’t Know Me, the new novel by Sara Foster is being pitched by its publisher Legend Press as a ‘brilliant psychological suspense novel‘. I’d agree with this statement but for me it is more…

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Eliza Starts a Rumor; an enjoyable, endearing read

Today Eliza Starts a Rumor, the new novel from Jane L. Rosen is published. When I was offered to review this book I thought ‘Ooh I like the sound of that‘ but when I started…

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