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The Casual Vacancy by JK Rowling

When you flip through the first few pages of ‘The Casual Vacancy’, you might think the story is heavily focused on the politics of a small town. 380 more words

Bookworms

One-two Punch: The Girl Who...by Marnie Riches

I might be overdosing on titles that begin with “The Girl”. I expressed my disappointment at the film adaptation of The Girl on The Train… 392 more words

Mystery

Gay love, snappy fantasy, and missing the point

Somehow I missed André Aciman’s Call Me By Your Name in 2007, but a friend kindly lent me a paperback copy (there doesn’t seem to be an ebook edition, and so I spent a few days with the unfamiliar feel of paper between my fingers). 596 more words

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The Case of the Talented Writer

Meet  Author Alison Golden

Her Amazon Author Page Link here
Her website: Cosy Mysteries.com

If you are one to enjoy a good cozy mystery now and then I’ll tell you about a series I’ve been reading and enjoying. 409 more words

Thoughts

An offbeat mix in my New Year book review round-up

Having just read two most unlikely companions in Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Pamela Crane’s The Scream of Silence, I stumbled across two reads from earlier in the year – Jenny Diski’s… 489 more words

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So What Has Milford Ever Done for Me? by Jacey Bedford

My new book is out today!

Hang on, let me say that again, because it never gets old.

My new book – my fourth – is out today, 3rd January 2017. 778 more words

Milford

NEWS: Presenting the British Anglican curate and writer Rev. Andrew Highway

Hope and Life Press is pleased to welcome on board the British Anglican assistant curate and writer, the Reverend Andrew Highway, with his book… 258 more words

Hope And Life Press