ROAR is described as a collection of ‘keenly observed tales that speak to us all, and capture the moment when we all want to roar.’ Here are my thoughts..
Honeysuckle and Custard Creams
‘That’s what you get for going around with Protestants, Sinéad Reilly’
I have a review today of a very special novel, one with a very authentic and personal feel to it.
Written by Deirdre Foley and ‘set in the early years of the Troubles, Honeysuckle and Custard Creams explores the enduring nature of familial ties, and the challenges of escaping a shared history in which shame and remorse are never far from the surface.’
Deirdre Foley was born in Co.Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Her words are just so poignant and gentle, making this a really touching book.
Please do read on for my thoughts…
Richmond homicide detective Locklear is called in to investigate the attempted murder of a young Mennonite in a Virginian farming town. New fiction from Carol Coffey
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Lies Between Us is described as ‘a gripping psychological thriller for fans of Clare Mackintosh, Shari Lapena and Lisa Jewell.’ I have my thoughts for you all today.
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Disaster Inc is the first book in a new series featuring Bunny McGarry, beloved by those who enjoyed the critically-acclaimed Dublin Trilogy of books.
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