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26 Apr

A History of Running Away by Paula McGrath

Review on BookHugger A female Irish boxer, a US teenage runaway and an Irish woman with dementia are ...
23 Apr

The Man on a Donkey by H.F.M. Prescott

Review on BookHugger The Man on a Donkey tells the story of Tudor England during the time of ...
22 Apr

The Tyrant’s Shadow by Antonia Senior

Review on BookHugger The historical novels I most enjoy have a good plot and interesting characters, but also ......
21 Apr

Legend Press – worth looking out for!

Article on BookDiva If you search this website with Legend Press you will find remarkably consistent scores from our ......
21 Apr

AMR: Emma Henderson meets Berwyn Peet

Article on BookHugger Berwyn Peet was already a fan of Emma Henderson (Grace Williams Says It Loud!) so ......
21 Apr

I’m a Writer…and a mother

Article on BookHugger I am writer…and a mother. Typically, the contents of my handbag include: keys, coins, lollipops, ......
20 Apr

A Life Between Us by Louise Walters

Review on BookHugger A Life Between Us is the story of how losing her twin has affected the ...
20 Apr

All We Shall Know by Donal Ryan

Review on BookHugger Why on earth has this man had to go back to work to make a ...
16 Apr

The Fatal Tree by Jake Arnott

Review on BookHugger Jake Arnott is probably best known for the book and film The Long Firm, which ...
16 Apr

Goodbye, Vitamin by Rachel Khong

Review on BookHugger Rachel Khong’s debut is a quietly beautiful novel, focusing on a touching but unsentimental portrayal ......
14 Apr

WWAR: Our Voices take the load off the editorial team this issue

Article on BookChap You might think, given we’re such a bookish crew, that being asked to supply 250 ......
14 Apr

The Tin Heart Gold Mine by Ruth Hartley

Review on BookHugger Set in 1997, when Laura is now living with Tim and her son Adam in ...
14 Apr

AMR: Graeme Macrae Burnet meets Sheila A Grant

Article on BookHugger Sheila A Grant was a big fan of Graeme’s His Bloody Project (as were Phil ...
13 Apr

SECOND OPINION: Cheese by Willem Elsschot

Review on BookHugger I very much enjoyed this short novel of only 132 pages. It is the dry, ...
11 Apr

The Impossible Fortress by Jason Rekulak

Review on BookHugger If you, like me, whiled away the hours in the 1980s with a battered Commodore ...
08 Apr

JADE ON: Lightening up in 2017

Article on BookDiva Have you ever had that experience of reading a book and then finding yourself being ......
07 Apr

In Extremis by Tim Parks

Review on BookHugger This is the story of a few weeks in the life of Thomas Sanders. We ...
07 Apr

Billionaires’ Banquet by Ron Butlin

Review on BookHugger A humane view of the UK’s many economic crises? Is there such a thing? And ...
07 Apr

The Yellow House: A novel about Vincent van Gogh by Jeroen Blokhuis

Review on BookHugger Between August 1888 and December 1889, the painter Vincent van Gogh lived and worked in ......
07 Apr

‘script: The Sense of an Ending

Review on BookHugger Having read the book some years ago, re-reading The Sense of An Ending ahead of ...
07 Apr

nb92: NEW ISSUE!

Article on BookChap May we present a contents reveal, for your anticipation! I know it’s only a quarterly ......