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"Grandad's secret giant" by David Litchfield

David Litchfield is one of our top children’s picture book authors/illustrators, he creates such classic heart-warming stories. We particularly love “The bear and the piano” and “The Marvellous moon map”. 280 more words

The Templar Brotherhood (The Lost Treasure of the Templars, #3), by James Becker

Eight stars

James Becker is back with his third novel in this fast-paced thriller series that focuses on the Knights Templar. While much has been written about the subject, Becker is able to keep a great pace and use an array of characters to bring the story to life. 692 more words

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The Bach Manuscript (Ben Hope #16), by Scott Mariani

Eight stars

Scott Mariani returns with this sixteenth novel in the Ben Hope collection, after a highly-anticipated wait that was only exacerbated by my binge-reading the previous fifteen. 752 more words

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Murder on the Orient Express - Agatha Christie (review)

‘The murderer is with us – on the train now…’

This novel follows the famous Belgium detective Hercule Poirot on board the Orient Express. One night one of the passengers is viciously killed and Poirot is hired to find the passenger who did it. 556 more words

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Book Review: 'A Meadow in Saanich: Not Quite a Ghost Story' by Valerie Albermarle

This beautifully written short story transports the reader to a place where history and the present cling and ghosts are said to linger in the mist. 82 more words

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When It Grows Dark (William Wisting #11), by Jorn Lier Horst

Eight stars

Jorn Lier Horst returns with another William Wisting novel that takes the reader into rural Norway and a calmer form of Scandinavian crime thriller. 706 more words

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The People vs. Alex Cross (Alex Cross #25), by James Patterson

Seven stars

After an apparent snafu with all the Alex Cross and BookShot releases to confuse many fans of the series, Patterson attempts to set things back on track with this much-anticipated novel. 680 more words

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