Today I have a review of The Constant Soldier, a stunning book written by Irish writer William Ryan. Highly recommend for all, particularly any reader with a passion for historical fiction..
Today I have a review of a rather short, yet complex novel, from author Kate Vane. The Former Chief Executive is a novel that deals with many issues so please do read on for my thoughts…
Today my review is of The Ludlow Ladies Society, the latest release from bestselling Irish author Ann O’ Loughlin. It is a story about the importance of female friendship, a story of grief, compassion and resilience.
My review today is of very summery read, ‘All at Sea’ by Pauline Lawless. ‘What could possibly go wrong on a Caribbean Cruise?’ Just published by Poolbeg Press….
My review today is of the debut novel from writer and blogger Andrea Mara. Just released by Crimson (An imprint of Poolbeg Press), The Other Side of The Wall is a psychological thriller that asks the question ‘do you really know your neighbours?’
Today I review ‘I Know My Name’, a novel by acclaimed poet and academic CJ Cooke. CJ Cooke is an advocate of mental health issues and with this book , she hopes to start a necessary conversation on a subject that is still taboo with many
My review today is of The Mayfly, the debut novel by James Hazel. We are introduced to a new character in crime fiction, Charlie Priest, with book 2 out next year. One-to-watch folks….
My review today is of ‘The Faithful’, the second novel by author Juliet West, just published by Mantle Books. From the beaches of Sussex to the battlefields of civil war Spain, ‘The Faithful’ is a fabulous book that will steal your heart.
I’m on tour today with my review of Exquisite, the debut novel from Sarah Stovell. Exquisite is described as ‘ a startling original and unbalancing psychological thriller’ and is published by Orenda Books.
My review today is of The Himalayan Summer, a novel by Louise Brown, author of Eden Gardens. Described as heart-wrenching and compelling, it is a book full of very vivid descriptions of the days of the British Raj.