My Review Of The Sister By Louise Jensen
At the moment, the market is flooded with psychological thrillers and domestic noir, but this bestselling debut novel by Louise Jensen is one of the best. I read it over two days and it held my attention throughout. The twist at the end is a brilliant one.
By Margaret James | 03 May 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
Readers Reviews Of Quality Quercus Books Part 1
I am delighted to be publishing the first article of readers reviews of Quercus Books.
By Jan Rosser | 25 Feb 2019
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
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
Food and Drink
Delicious Gourmet Marshmallows And Chocolate Spoons? Look No Further, Belinda Clark Wins Hands Down!
I love buying Belinda Clark gourmet marshmallows as a treat. They are very difficult to resist!
By Jan Rosser | 18 May 2018
My Review Of A Perfect Husband By Hilary Boyd
Bestselling author Hilary Boyd has written many wonderful novels, but in her latest she has surpassed herself.
By Margaret James | 14 Mar 2019
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 Missing Pieces By Heather Gudenkauf
This American novelist has a talent for writing stories in which small town America and the people who live there are shown to be as interesting, flawed, good and bad as in any big city.
By Margaret James | 12 May 2018
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