The Unravelling by Liz Treacher

The Blurb For Ella Aldridge, a brilliant Classics student, life was supposed to be exciting. Thirty years on, she’s stuck in the suburbs in a boring job and a failing marriage. Even her daughter, the one she gave it all up for, seems distant. But a sinister encounter on platform three is about to changeContinue reading “The Unravelling by Liz Treacher”

Orfeia by Joanne Harris

The Blurb When you can find me an acre of land, Every sage grows merry in time, Between the ocean and the sand Then will you be united again. (Inspired by The Child Ballads 2 & 19) So begins a beautiful and tragic quest as a heartbroken mother sets out to save her lost daughter,Continue reading “Orfeia by Joanne Harris”

Sight Unseen by Sandra Ireland

The Blurb 1648. Alie Gowdie marries Richard Webster during a turbulent time in Scotland’s history. Charles I is about to lose his head, and little does Alie know that she too will meet a grisly end within the year.2019. Sarah Sutherland is struggling to cope with the demands of her day job, caring for herContinue reading “Sight Unseen by Sandra Ireland”

Paper Dolls by Lisa Bradley

The Blurb Leah Wallace has just achieved her dream of becoming editor at a regional paper. On her first day a 15-year-old girl, Hope Hooper-Smith, is reported missing. The police fear that she has been abducted.  Hours later, another teenage girl goes missing. But this girl, Tilly Bowers, is from a troubled background and isContinue reading “Paper Dolls by Lisa Bradley”

Giveth and Taketh by Rota

The Blurb Was Donald Trump able to become President because God abandoned us? Are Jews white? Does Hell have better weather than Heaven?    In Giveth and Taketh, Rota addresses all of these questions, discussing his own experience and political theology as a Jewish person in the Trump-era while also exploring broader issues of race,Continue reading “Giveth and Taketh by Rota”

The Witch House by Ann Rawson

The BlurbThe Author The Review This is a book that is unique and in a good way! It tells the story of Alice, as she finds it out herself. After the death of her beloved grandmother, Alice had a breakdown and after being released from a psychiatric hospital she starts to piece her life, herContinue reading “The Witch House by Ann Rawson”

A Thin Porridge by Benjamin Gohs

When 19-year-old Abeona Browne’s renowned abolitionist father Jon Browne dies in summer of 1860, devastating family secrets are revealed, and her life of privilege and naiveté in Southern Michigan becomes a frantic transatlantic search for answers—and someone she didn’t even know existed. Still in mourning, Abeona sneaks aboard the ship carrying her father’s attorney Terrence Swifte andContinue reading “A Thin Porridge by Benjamin Gohs”

The Moscow Whisper by Michael Jenkins

The Blurb The Author About Michael Jenkins MBE: I started climbing at 13, survived being lost in Snowdonia at 14, nearly drowned at 15, and then joined the Army at 16. Risk and adventure was built into my DNA and I feel very fortunate to have served the majority of my working career as anContinue reading “The Moscow Whisper by Michael Jenkins”

A Dictionary of Crime by Amanda Lees

The Blurb An essential popular A-Z reference guide for fans of crime fiction and true crime, in books, TV and film, helping to make sense of everything from asphyxiation to VX nerve agent. This is an indispensable guide for fans of true crime and crime fiction, whether in books, film or on TV, who wantContinue reading “A Dictionary of Crime by Amanda Lees”

The Ops Room Girls by Vicki Beeby

The Blurb When Evie’s dreams come crashing down, she’s determined to still make something of herself in these trying times… It is 1939 and working class Evie Bishop has received a scholarship to study mathematics at Oxford when tragedy turns her life upside down. Evie must seek a new future for herself and, inspired to contribute toContinue reading “The Ops Room Girls by Vicki Beeby”

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