Today I review a debut novel published with Unbound. Twice the Speed of Dark by Lulu Allison is a novel that deals with grief, bereavement and what are we willing to accept beyond the realm of our existence….
Today I review The Assassin of Verona by Benet Brandreth, a William Shakespeare novel. Published by Zaffre, this is a perfect novel for anyone looking for an exciting & swashbuckling adventure!!
Today I bring you all a review of the debut novel from Emma Dibdin, The Room by The Lake. It was released at the end of the Summer by Head of Zeus and is described as a ‘gripping thriller’
Today I bring you my review of ‘he:A Novel’ by best selling author John Connolly. A reimagining of the life of Stan Laurel as seen through the author’s eyes. A fascinating read.
Choose from my selection of recommendations from Irish Publishers Poolbeg Books this Christmas!!
Today I have a review of the truly poignant novel Last Christmas in Paris. Written by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb and just published by Harper Collins/William Morrow, I highly recommend for all lovers of historical fiction and the wartime years.
The book I review today near broke my heart. The Tide Between Us by Olive Collins is based around the true facts of indentured slaves taken from Ireland and deported to the sugar cane plantations of Jamaica in the 1800’s. A must read for all with a passion for historical fiction.
Today I review The Foster Child, the latest release from Jenny Blackhurst and just published in paperback by Headline Books. Lots of relevant societal topics raised throughout this novel. A bit of a page-turner!!
I have a truly magical read for you all today. The King of Lavender Square is the debut novel from Irish Writer Susan Ryan and has just been published by Poolbeg Press. A captivating read folks!!
Today I review of collection of Short Stories. Ferenji and Other Stories is an anthology from Irish Writer Helena Mulkerns which has recently been short listed for the BGE Irish Book Awards.