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The Birds, The Birds, and No More Birds

In early April I’m releasing another ebook into the wild, Volume 2 of my Dark Matters series. It’s called ABSENCES, and as with most of the titles I’ve published this year, it contains a pair of themed stories. 891 more words


Review: Jamaica Inn - Daphne du Maurier

I didn’t think I had read this book before, but apparently I have! According to goodreads I read this in 2010 but I genuinely couldn’t remember it. 297 more words


The King's General by Daphne du Maurier

Rating: 3/5

Read: 20 Mar ’15

Genre: Historical Romance | Published: 1946 | Pages: 298


*Spoilers Ahead*

Honor Harris is a strong heroine, one of a rare quality. 644 more words

Book Reviews


V noci sa mi snívalo, že som bola opäť v Manderley.” Túto vetu, rovnako ako úvodné vety z iných slávnych románov, poznajú milióny literárnych nadšencov po celom svete. 440 more words


Rebecca by Kneehigh at Richmond Theatre - Review

*Originally written for A Younger Theatre*

Kneehigh’s dream of Manderley is fused deep with its Cornish roots, singing of the sea and haunted by a surreal shipwreck which buries Rebecca’s boat deep in the set. 556 more words

Theatre Review

Women's Wit & Wisdom ~ March 17th

“Women want love to be a novel, men a short story.”

~ Daphne du Maurier (1907-1989), English author and Playwright


Deserted Island Fiction

For reasons that remain a mystery to me, there have recently been a glut of book lists on Facebook–you know, the fifty most important mystery novels, the twenty-five books your kid… 824 more words