Grace After Henry by Eithne Shortall (2)
My thoughts… Our book of the month for February 2021 was an emotive choice. We’d had […]
The Crucifix Killer by Chris Carter
My thoughts… Twelve years late to the party but finally… FINALLY! The series has commenced for […]
ice creams at emerald
My thoughts… Escape to the Cornish coast this spring with a trip to the beautiful Emerald […]
Margaret Atwood Dearly Poems
My thoughts… Many like me might be familiar with Margaret Atwood’s fiction – including her bestelling […]
The Silent Treatment by Abbie Greaves
My thoughts… This book is narrated from a dual point of view in two different sections. […]
The Monogram Murders by Sophie Hannah
My thoughts… If anyone can bring back Poirot in the modern day then it has to […]
An ordinary life by Amanda prowess
My thoughts… An Amanda Prowse book will never let you down and this one is no […]
Her Pretty Bones by Karla
My thoughts… This is the third book in the Detective Gina Harte series by Carla Kovach […]
The Burning Girls by CJ Tudor2
Dark, twisted, addictive... this book was something else! This book was oddly hypnotic, sickening and captivating... It's probably one of the best thrillers I've read in a long time.
The Magic of Terry Pratchett by Marc Burrows
I'm not really a Biography reader. In fact the last Biography (and I use the term loosely here) I read was Michael Palin's Full Circle, setting off on yet another one of his adventures to the Pacific published in 1997. Which is now over 20 years ago. So we're going back a while now. I think it's mainly because I have to have a really vested interest in the person or subject before even picking the book up. However, there is an author that I discovered around the millennium...