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Reviews Of Girl In Red Velvet By Margaret James
I have read and enjoyed Girl in Red Velvet by Margaret James, one of the many talented authors from Choclit and would like to share my review with you all.
By Jan Rosser | 20 Oct 2018
Readers Reviews Of Only One Woman By Christina Jones And Jane Risdon
Katrin from Accent Press has very kindly donated copies of Only One Woman by Christina Jones and Jane Risdon.
By Jan Rosser | 19 Oct 2018
Readers Reviews Of Latest Legend Press Books
I am delighted to be sharing readers reviews of the latest great Legend Press novels. My thanks to Lucy.
By Jan Rosser | 17 Oct 2018
Readers Reviews Of A Ration Book Christmas By Jean Fullerton
I am delighted to publish readers reviews of A Ration Book Christmas by Jean Fullerton. My thanks to Corvus for donating review copies.
By Jan Rosser | 12 Oct 2018
My Review Of Betsy And Lilibet By Sophie Duffy
Elizabeth (Betsy) Sunshine is born on the very same day as another, much more famous Elizabeth, the future Queen Elizabeth II.
By Margaret James | 10 Oct 2018
My Review Of Corruption By Elizabeth Ducie
This is the latest story in a series of exciting thrillers in which Elizabeth Ducie’s two brilliant heroines, the Jones sisters Suzanne and Charlie, track down ruthless criminals and bring them to justice.
By Margaret James | 07 Oct 2018
My Review Of All That Was Lost By Alison May
Patrice Leigh – insightful medium and gifted spiritualist who can indeed make contact with those who have passed over into the spirit world?
By Margaret James | 04 Oct 2018
Reviewing Wren Jane Beacon At War By D J Lindsay
D J Lindsay has written the second part of his Wren Jane Beacon series. Below is an outline of the book written by Douglas and followed by readers reviews.
By Jan Rosser | 29 Sep 2018
Encouraging Emotional Resilience in your Grandchildren
It’s hard to see your grandchild struggling with low self-esteem or anxiety. The best thing you can do for their mental health is to set a good example.
By Poppy O'Neill | 21 Sep 2018
My Review Of Transcription By Kate Atkinson
It’s 1940 and eighteen-year-old grammar school girl Juliet Armstrong is recruited by MI5 to become a secretary, holed up in a secret location transcribing the meetings of a group of Nazi sympathisers.
By Margaret James | 17 Sep 2018
Readers Reviews Of Fabulous Books From Urbane Publications Part 2
Following on from the very popular first article of authors publications, here are some more great readers reviews.
By Jan Rosser | 24 Aug 2018
Readers Reviews of Super Books From Avon Publications Part 2
Following on from the first article of readers reviews of Avon books, I am pleased to share some more with you all.
By Jan Rosser | 22 Aug 2018
Review Of Anyone For Seconds? By Laurie Graham
Sixty-something Lizzie Partridge used to be a celebrity chef on daytime television until she started an on-screen fight with a presenter and another guest, lost two of her front teeth in the process, and got the sack.
By Margaret James | 20 Aug 2018
My Review Of The Forgotten Guide To Happiness By Sophie Jenkins
When novelist Lana Green’s literary agent tells Lana that her second, as-yet-unpublished novel is actually never going to be published because it’s depressing, bleak and bitter, Lana is upset but not really surprised that her novel about rejection has been rejected.
By Margaret James | 16 Aug 2018
Grandparents – The Cornerstone Of Family Life
I was amazed to read, the other day, that one in every three people over the age of 50 in the UK is a grandparent.
By Wendy White | 15 Aug 2018
Readers Reviews Of Super Books From Avon Publications
Sabah Khan from Avon Publications has very kindly sent out some excellent novels for my team of readers to review. This first article contains six books. If you wish to buy a book or books, please order directly from the website images below. Happy reading!
By Jan Rosser | 25 Jul 2018
Readers Reviews Of Fabulous Books From Urbane Publications
Matthew Smith of Urbane Publications very kindly sent out a selection of books to members of the ReviewSpot Book Club.
By Jan Rosser | 18 Jul 2018
Buster, the Dog Who Saved A Thousand Lives
This book is sensitively written without taking anything away from the impact it had on me.
By Lyn Wild | 16 Jul 2018
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