Today I have my review of Believe Me by JP Delaney, author of bestselling novel The Girl Before. Just published with Quercus Books, I see another movie on the horizon!
What should we cling to, and when is it time to let go?’
Hold is the debut novel from Michael Donkor and has just been published by Fourth Estate. Moving between Ghana and London, Hold is described as ‘an intimate, moving, powerful coming-of-age novel’, telling the story of Belinda, a young Ghanaian who finds herself living in London, so utterly different from her life as a housegirl in Ghana.
I received my copy from Harper Collins Ireland in return for my unbiased and voluntary review.
Please do read on for my thoughts…
Today I have my review of On Bone Bridge, the new thriller from Maria Hoey and just published with Poolbeg Press.
#GuestPost ‘How fictional is fiction?’ by @KateBoyleAuthor #HappyAsAPartridge Life And Love in Madrid
Today I welcome author Kate Boyle to my blog with a guest post entitled ‘How fictional is fiction?’ Kate has just published her novel Happy as a Partridge : Life and Love in Madrid
Today I have my review of Mrs Whistler, the latest novel by Matthew Plampin and published by The Borough Press May 2018.
The Story Keeper is the second novel from Anna Mazzola and will be published by Tinder Press on 26th July. A dark and very atmospheric novel!!
Today I have a review of a fascinating debut from Spencer Wise, The Emperor of Shoes. It will be published on 26th July by No Exit Press.
The Anniversary is the latest novel from Irish Writer Roisin Meaney and is just published by Hachette Ireland. It is a novel that gently deals with the complexities of family life. Read on for my thoughts.
Today I have my review of book 2 in the DI Adam Fawley Series from Cara Hunter. In the Dark has just been published by Viking Books and is a really compelling read. I recommend.
Today I review The Party, the latest novel from Lisa Hall and just published with HQ Stories.