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22 Jan

The Silent Companions by Laura Purcell

Review on BookGeek Spooky, atmospheric and spine-tingling, The Silent Companions had me turning the pages whilst curled up ......
20 Jan

Gnomon by Nick Harkaway

Review on BookGeek This book apparently took three years to write and it is something of a mind ...
10 Jan

Gill Chedgey on the Relationship between Book and Film

Article on BookChap This is a subject I ponder frequently because for me there is a close link. ...
04 Jan

Gill Chedgey’s Ten Books I Acquired Because I Watched the Films

Article on BookChap I continually ponder the relationship between book and film, the pros and the cons, the ......
04 Jan

Devil’s Day by Andrew Michael Hurley

Review on BookGeek John Pentecost, the narrator of this gripping, disturbing and chilling story, was brought up on ......
28 Dec

Author meets Reviewer: Liam Brown meets Gill Chedgey

Article on BookGeek After reading and reviewing (and perhaps discussing on social media?!) Broadcast, Gill Chedgey had a ......
26 Dec

Gwenda Major’s Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them

Article on BookChap After reading other reviewers’ Ten Books… lists, I couldn’t resist having a stroll around my ......
20 Dec

SECOND OPINION: The Upstairs Room by Kate Murray-Browne

Review on BookGeek Eleanor and Richard and their two young children move into a dilapidated Victorian terraced house ......
18 Dec

Reg Seward’s Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them

Article on BookChap I own several hundred books, so choosing ten that could be highlighted is a difficult ......
15 Dec

Gill Chedgey’s Ten Trilogies and Why I Acquired Them

Article on BookChap Ultimately, I was quite surprised that I was able to compile a ‘Top Ten’ list ......
14 Dec

Our Directory Books of the Year: For the last minute shopper!

Article on BookChap Those of you who subscribe to nb the books magazine will know that we compile ...
14 Dec

The Memory Chamber- Holly Cave

Competition on BookGeek YOU CAN PRESERVE A HANDFUL OF SPECIAL MEMORIES FOR EVER.  WHICH ONES WOULD YOU CHOOSE? ......
14 Dec

Author meets Reviewer: Keith Rosson meets Linda Hepworth

Article on BookGeek Having loved Keith Rosson’s first novel, The Mercy of the Tide, Linda Hepworth jumped at ......
13 Dec

Star Wars: Thrawn by Timothy Zahn

Review on BookGeek Star Wars: Thrawn is a standalone novel based on the early career of Grand Admiral ......
12 Dec

Linda Hepworth Previews the Words by the Water Festival 2018

Article on BookChap On the 8th December I went to the theatre at Keswick for the launch of ...
12 Dec

Broadcast by Liam Brown

Review on BookGeek I’m still not sure exactly what I think about this book! It’s a wonderfully chilling, ......
08 Dec

Paul Burke’s Ten Alternative Christmas Crackers

Article on BookChap What’s your favourite Christmas book? Possibly A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (that must top ......
05 Dec

Gill Chedgey’s Ten Books I’d Like to Reread

Article on BookChap Following on from selecting the books from my TBR shelves, I looked around at all ......
01 Dec

The Mercy of the Tide by Keith Rosson

Review on BookGeek It is late 1983 in Riptide, Oregon, a small, depressed coastal town suffering the effects ......
30 Nov

Author meets Reviewer: G.D. Penman meets Gill Chedgey

Article on BookGeek After having read and reviewed The Year of the Knife, Gill Chedgey posed some question ......
30 Nov

Smoke City by Keith Rosson

Review on BookGeek Marvin Deitz is struggling: his landlord is trying to evict him from his record shop; ......