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24 Nov

The House at Ladywell by Nicola Slade

Review on BookHugger Books where a house is a major part of the plot seem to have an ...
24 Nov

SECOND OPINION: The Last Hours by Minette Walters

Review on BookHugger 1346 – all hell breaks loose – setting the scene for this enthralling novel. Best ......
22 Nov

Books Are My Bag Readers Awards 2017

Article on BookChap The winners of the Books Are My Bag Readers Awards for 2017 were announced last ...
22 Nov

Sugar Money by Jane Harris

Review on BookHugger Sugar Money is a very entertaining historical novel, not a great one but a very ...
21 Nov

SECOND OPINION: The Bureau of Second Chances by Sheena Kalayil

Review on BookHugger This book started excellently, dropping us straight into the main character’s life. It was easy ......
21 Nov

Gill Chedgey’s Ten Dates With Kates

Article on BookChap I’m not sure when this started. I can’t even be sure who it started with. ...
20 Nov

The Walls Came Down by Ewa Dodd

Review on BookHugger I am always delighted to receive a debut novel. For like Forrest Gump’s ubiquitous box ......
19 Nov

The Low Voices by Manuel Rivas

Review on BookHugger This volume, translated from Galician, apparently started life as a series of articles by writer ......
18 Nov

The Invisible Life of Euridice Gusmao

Review on BookHugger I positively raced through this novel, which tells the tale of two sisters in 1940s ......
18 Nov

Paul Burke’s Ten Favourite Short Stories

Article on BookHugger Here are Paul Burke’s picks for the ten best short stories ever written: 1. The ......
18 Nov

Anything is Possible by Elizabeth Strout

Review on BookHugger I’ve taken an almost proprietorial interest in Elizabeth Strout since reading her astounding debut novel ......
18 Nov

To the Back of Beyond by Peter Stamm

Review on BookHugger In this slight – 160 page – Swiss novel translated from German, Thomas is married ......
16 Nov

SECOND OPINION: Silver & Salt by Elanor Dymott

Review on BookHugger A word of warning – this book contains a lot of unhappiness. It is, however, ......
16 Nov

Court of Lions by Jane Johnson

Review on BookHugger A good fiction novel can sometimes educate the reader and this novel did just that. ......
15 Nov

SECOND OPINION: First Person by Richard Flanagan

Review on BookHugger This is the first Richard Flanagan book that I have read. Conscious that he has ...
14 Nov

Swallowing Mercury by Wioletta Greg

Review on BookHugger Does a novel sometimes elude part of its structure? When it is translated from its ......
14 Nov

Histories by Sam Guglani

Review on BookHugger We think of medicine as clinical, precise, sparse, so it should come as little surprise ......
14 Nov

Modern Gods by Nick Laird

Review on BookHugger After a shocking, violent prologue, this book settles into a family drama reminiscent of the ......
13 Nov

Reading Group Guide: The Dreams of Bethany Mellmoth by William Boyd

Article on BookHugger In the second of our new series of reading group guides, Paul Burke poses some ...
13 Nov

Silver & Salt by Elanor Dymott

Review on BookHugger This is the story of Max, a famous photographer moving among the rich and beautiful, ......
13 Nov

All the Rivers by Dorit Rabinyan

Review on BookHugger Banned in Israeli schools for its depiction of a taboo romance, All the Rivers is ......