Monthly Archives: June 2015

#Bookreview for Concealment by @RoseEdmunds #RBRT

Concealment is a thriller based in the financial world of a large accounting firm called Pearson Malone and is written in the first person. Amy Robinson is a partner in this firm and right from the start of this story she believes … Continue reading

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#FridayFiveChallenge – Dog Shaming: Canine Confessions by Susan McMullan

Welcome to my Friday Five Challenge (Original idea from Rosie Amber  at https://rosieamber.wordpress.com/) Get yourself a cuppa and give yourself 5 minutes. In today’s online shopping age, readers often base their buying decisions from small postage stamp size book covers (Thumb-nails), a … Continue reading

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#Review for Dream On by @TerryTyler4

Dream on is a work of contemporary fiction telling the story of various people in and connected to the members of a band in a town that could be yours. I bought Dream on a long time ago now and … Continue reading

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#Review for The Black Banner by Helen Hart @SilverWoodBooks

I bought The Black Banner a while ago now for my niece but accidently forgot to give it to her for her birthday mainly because when it arrived I wanted to read it myself. As it is aimed for the … Continue reading

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