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Book Review: Thirteen By Steve Cavanagh

I’ve read a lot of crime fiction over the years and I always love it when I come across a book that offers something a little bit different. And Steve Cavanagh’s Thirteen certainly gave me what I was looking for. … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Magicians

I had high hopes of this book – the first in the series by Lev Grossman. The Times described it as ‘…Harry Potter for grown-ups’. Now, being a massive Harry Potter fan, I settled down, expecting to be taken on … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Family

My partner knows psychological thriller writer, Louise Jensen, and he was invited to the launch party of her latest book, The Family. He could take a guest so I jumped at the chance when he asked me if I’d like … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Handmaid’s Tale

I’d wanted to read The Handmaid’s Tale for some time. Friends raved about it and when the TV series came out, there was a lot of talk about it and the concept. But, as many of you bookworms out there … Continue reading

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Book Review: Stone Cold Heart

Stone Cold Heart by Caz Frear The blurb says: A fractured marriage A silent family A secret worth killing for It only took me a few pages and I was hooked. Caz has a way of getting you to care … Continue reading

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To Review Or Not To Review

When a friend of mine had a book published, I bought a copy and happily posted a review on Amazon when he asked. Now I’ve had my own book published I can ask the the same of him, can’t I? … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Siege and Other Award Winning Short Stories

Originally posted on Words of Margaux:
  In her collection, The Siege, Esther Newton has proven to be a versatile writer who is able to tell engaging stories, and create strong characters in a terse manner. While each story is…

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