Joe Nuthin’s Guide To Life; a life-affirming delight

Wow! Joe Nuthin’s Guide To Life is definitely one of my favourite books of this year. It is full of so much warmth, wit and emotional intelligence. I absolutely love this unique and stunning novel,…

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The Rule of Three; creepy, compelling horror

So unless you enjoy being scared the bejesus out of, I would suggest you don’t follow my example of reading The Rule of Three at midnight when you are alone in bed! Yes that was…

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This Could Be Everything; hopeful and poignant

You may have been like me growing up and spent your Sunday evenings listening to Bruno Brookes on the radio as he counted down the Top 40 charts on Radio 1. You may have also…

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The Language of Food; rich historic fiction

If you class yourself to be a foodie, you are sure to really enjoy this book. If you are a lover of historic fiction, then I recommend you read this novel. If you are a…

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My Best Friend’s Murder; a dark, compelling exploration of friendship

This is a book in which the toxic tension literally bounces off the page and hits you straight in the face time and time again. I was frequently physically wincing as I read this book.…

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