I am delighted to be reviewing the latest novel from Dawn O’ Porter. The Cows is described as ‘Fearlessly frank and funny’, please read on for my thoughts…
Today I am joining the blogtour with Rachel Amphlett.
Will to Live is the second in the series featuring Detective Sergeant Kay Hunter
Today I review a diverse mix of short stories and poems from Irish writer Adrienne Vaughan in her collection entitled Fur Coat & No Knickers..
Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi. My review can never do this book justice!! Superb, passionate, uncompromising..
My review today is of the latest release from Amanda Prowse.
The Idea of You asks questions of our society today about what it means to be a mother and a woman and the pressure to achieve ‘that’ perfect balance in a not so perfect world.
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 I review the latest in the Maeve Kerrigan series of crime novels, Let The Dead Speak.
Gripping, enthralling…I loved it!!
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.
Today I review Six Stories by Matt Wesolowski. A threatening, sinister and extremely intriguing read from Orenda Books
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…