A very different post today I think!! ‘The Story Behind The Cover’ written by Susan Gandar, author of We’ve Come To Take You Home
Wow! Wow! Wow! Is there a 6* rating? The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley by Hannah Tinti coming very very soon. In the meantime here is my review…
Today on #IrishWritersWed I am joined by Cork born writer Catherine Ryan Howard.
Catherine is the writer of the very successful crime novel Distress Signals, set on the high seas and Catherine has written a piece today entitled ‘Corkonian Crime’
Today I review the latest in the Maeve Kerrigan series of crime novels, Let The Dead Speak.
Gripping, enthralling…I loved it!!
A snapshot of my teetering TBR pile!! Happy reading everyone!!
Today I am joined by writer Martine McDonagh, whose latest novel Narcissism for Beginners is just published. I have review of the book and a fab Q & A with Martine.
It’s #IrishWritersWed today and I am joined by the lovely Caroline Finnerty who has written a wonderful post for Swirl and Thread entiltled ‘The Seed of an Idea’
Today I review Six Stories by Matt Wesolowski. A threatening, sinister and extremely intriguing read from Orenda Books
Today I am joined by Australian writer and author of The Silent Kookaburra Liza Perrat. Liza’s latest novel is a psychological suspense set in 1970’s Australia.
A wonderful debut, Mussolini’s Island by Sarah Day is a book I absolutely adored. Yet again society has surprised with what we are capable of doing…