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Davis Morrissey & Eleventh Hour producing Louise Doughty's 'Whatever You Love' for TV

‘Production company Eleventh Hour is teaming up with David Morrissey to adapt Louise Doughty’s Whatever You Love (Faber & Faber, 2010) for television.

The revenge thriller follows a mother looking to avenge the death of her nine-year-old daughter, who is killed in a hit-and-run accident. 138 more words


The Power of Words: Holocaust Memorial Day 2018

In my first HMD blog, six years ago, I talked about how, in preparation for genocide, the power of words is used to dehumanise the intended victims: 2,030 more words


Book Review: Apple Tree Yard

Who doesn’t like a good thriller novel?

The narrative of this book is quite unique, being recalled as an account from the past. Yvonne, the narrator, often refers to “now” and unknown events that have yet to take place in the story. 240 more words


#BookReview Apple Tree Yard by Louise Doughty @DoughtyLouise ‬

Hardcover edition published

Faber & Faber

Publication date

6 Jun 2013

This paperback edition was published 5 Jan 2017 to coincide with the flagship BBC One four part series, this is the latest edition of Louise Doughty’s massive bestselling novel. 436 more words

Book Reviews

Librarian's Choice: Crime Favourites

This blog comes from Lynn, a Senior Community Librarian based in the south of Leeds.

Although I love reading and will read anything and everything I am particularly drawn towards crime, especially those with a psychological edge. 598 more words


Apple Tree Yard by Louise Doughty

Apple Tree Yard is one of those books where at first glance, it might seem to be a long read however, when I was reading it, I found myself eager to turn one more page or read one more chapter which made it feel a lot shorter than it actually is. 440 more words

Book Review

History Behind The Book: The 1965 Indonesian Massacres

I’m happily reading Black Water by Louise Doughty when I come across cryptic references to monumental events occurring in Indonesia in 1965 and 1998.  Huh? 560 more words