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20 Jul

All That’s Left To Tell by Daniel Lowe

Review on BookHugger Whilst working in Karachi, as a mid-level executive for the Pepsi Corporation, Marc has been ......
17 Jul

Yevgeny Onegin by Alexander Pushkin

Review on BookHugger As noted in the introduction to this new edition of Yevgeny Onegin, which is (fittingly) ......
16 Jul

If the Creek Don’t Rise by Leah Weiss

Review on BookHugger Refreshing and poignant, this is a book about the trials of life in an impoverished, ......
16 Jul

Stranger by David Bergen

Review on BookHugger I have not come across this author before but he is obviously well known and ...
15 Jul

The Favourite by S.V. Berlin

Review on BookHugger Who’d be a writer, eh? You pour your heart and soul, every fibre of your ...
09 Jul

Get Well Soon by Marie-Sabine Roger

Review on BookHugger He doesn’t know how, but Jeanne-Pierre has fallen into the river Seine and caused his ......
08 Jul

SECOND OPINION: You Don’t Know Me by Imran Mahmood

Review on BookHugger This is an unusual court-based crime drama, as it focuses on the lengthy closing speech ......
07 Jul

SECOND OPINION: The Upstairs Room by Kate Murray-Browne

Review on BookHugger An effective mix of contemporary suspense and ghost story, this is an accomplished debut that ......
06 Jul

Flesh of the Peach by Helen McClory

Review on BookHugger Scottish author Helen McClory won both the Saltire Award and the Scottish First Book of ......
04 Jul

Secrets of the Italian Gardener by Andrew Crofts

Review on BookHugger Secrets of the Italian Gardener is a novella but for a short read it certainly ...
03 Jul

SECOND OPINION: How to Stop Time by Matt Haig

Review on BookHugger Back in 2015, Matt Haig’s The Humans was voted the best book of the year ...
02 Jul

The Last Hours by Minette Walters

Review on BookHugger Spooky; last month for some reason unbeknown to myself I decided to reread The Chameleon’s ......
01 Jul

How to Stop Time by Matt Haig

Review on BookHugger Owing to a rare condition known as Anageria, Tom Hazard ages very slowly indeed. Born ......
30 Jun

He by John Connolly

Review on BookHugger He is an imagining of the life of Stan Laurel, of Laurel and Hardy fame, ...
28 Jun

Widdershins by Helen Steadman

Review on BookHugger Two lives converge. John Sharpe, in Scotland, beaten and brutalised by his father, brainwashed by ......
28 Jun

SECOND OPINION: Siracusa by Delia Ephron

Review on BookHugger It quickly becomes obvious that Siracusa is not going to be the story of an ...
27 Jun

The Piano Raft by Sara Alexi

Review on BookHugger When I was asked if I was interested in reviewing this book it immediately captured ......
27 Jun

Gather the Daughters by Jennie Melamed

Review on BookHugger Gather the Daughters tells the story of a small patriarchal island community, isolated from the ......
27 Jun

Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf

Review on BookHugger Well, this one I really did read at one sitting, although it kept me up ...
26 Jun

The Dove’s Necklace by Raja Alem

Review on BookHugger I should start by saying that this is a hard novel to review because it ...
26 Jun

The Monster’s Daughter by Michelle Pretorius

Article on BookHugger There’s much to recommend this book but there is a little of the curate’s egg ......