The Midnight Library is a celebration of the imagination. Guaranteed to lift any thoughts of depression! A novel full of inspiration, warmth, philosophy and even quantum mechanics. Its breadth is amazing, awe-inspiring, and magical A […]
Introduction to Richard Osman’s new book “The Man Who Died Twice” Have you ever wondered what Richard Osman is doing with his computer on Pointless? Well, he is obviously writing novels! His second “The Man […]
This is a stunning debut novel from Mateo Askaripour. He has an original voice and style full of racial angst. Not only are the racial observations very pertinent but his own journey is challenging. The final outcome is unexpected. The whole story is well written with many wry observations and witty episodes: a book for modern times.
Oh dear families! The strife seems to be exaggerated in rich families abetted by the quest for power. This novel set in Connecticut is full of twists and turns and the tension increases as the story develop. Will Claire survive the chase or will the investigator come to the rescue in time?
A stylish gripping read with the inevitable twist at the end which I did not see coming. Clever plot, revealing flashbacks and suspect friends and neighbours. Just who is looking for revenge?
Great start to the New Year: discovering a new author – in this case, B A Paris – and available free on Prime Reading too. For those new to B A Parris, she is the […]
It is very satisfying to rediscover an author. It is like greeting an old friend. I have read many of Goddard’s early books and thoroughly enjoyed reading them so I looked forward to the latest […]
Billy Connolly has been entertaining us for over 50 years with his unique brand of humour. His irreverent humour has often offended the virtuous but to most, he has been a f****** marvellous entertainer! As […]
In the depths of winter – it’s cold and wet here – what better read than a feel-good novel set in the warmer climes of Burgundy, France. Even better when the book was free. Amazon […]
Nat is put out to pasture in a local London spy centre (The Haven – a complete misnomer) by his “friends” in Head Office much to his chagrin. Spies, like author John le Carré, refuse […]