Monthly Archives: January 2017

#Bookreview for The Affair by Lee Child @LeeChildReacher #thriller

I reached for The Affair recently during a sticky phase of writing. I needed something straightforward and familiar and I thought Reacher would fill that role perfectly. I’ve read one of these books before and enjoyed the military precision with … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for #familysaga Living in the Shadows by Judith Barrow @barrow_judith

I loved the first two parts of this series so was delighted when a friend bought me the final book in glorious paperback as a present. Living in the Shadows, like the rest of the series, is quality through and through. … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for #Victorian Murder #Mystery, Honour & Obey by Carol Hedges @caroljhedges

In Honour and Obey there’s a killer, loose on the streets of London. He’s nicknamed The Slasher by the popular press, is targeting young blond women and, as all decent murderers do, he’s leaving his calling card at the scenes … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for #Memoir Behind Closed Doors by Madame Cane @MistressX101 #erotica #BDSM @GreenWizard62

Here’s a tasty little something for the weekend… There is a warning at the beginning of the description for Behind Closed Doors which reads: This book is for ADULTS, Eighteen PLUS and for broadminded people. Please move on if you do not … Continue reading

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#Bookreview for Writes of Passage from the students of Central College #Nottingham @PhilPid1 @GreenWizard62 #anthology #prose #poetry

The students of Central College Nottingham are a prolific lot and within a course of, I believe, ten weeks they have managed to write, prepare and publish this anthology, Writes of Passage. Quite an achievement by the students, and their … Continue reading

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