I am so honoured to be joining Lesley Downer today on publication day of the paperback edition of her stunning novel The Shogun’s Queen. Lesley has written a wonderful guest post about the women of the Shogun’s Palace and I have also incorporated a repost of my review.
My review today is of a charming book about a very endearing, cranky old man – The Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen, 83 1/4 Years Old. Just published in paperback by Penguin on 17th July, this is book that will find a special place in your heart.
Today I review a book that is really a very special read. All The Light We Cannot See is written by Anthony Doerr and a book that I hope I do justice to today in my review. I recommend….
Today I review The Art of Hiding, the latest release from Amanda Prowse. Hankies at the ready folks!!
Delighted to be joining Eve Chase on tour today with her beautiful new novel The Vanishing of Audrey Wilde just published with Michael Joseph. Eve has also written about the inspiration behind the novel…
My review today is of the latest novel from New York Times Bestselling author Heather Gudenkauf, Not A Sound. The makings of a new series I would think, starring Amelia Winn and her hearing dog, her sidekick Stitch.
I have a review today of a novel by Allegra Huston. Due for release on the 27th July Say My Name is described as ‘an unforgettable story of one woman’s journey to self-empowerment’
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.