BORN OF NO WOMAN by Franck Bouysse

BORN OF NO WOMAN by Franck Bouysse Born of No Woman is a 359-page novel translated from the original French version into English by Lara Vergnaud. Franck Bouysse’s novel is intense, literary fiction and quite heavy subject matter, but ne which I read in a few days as the characters are interesting and you wantContinue reading “BORN OF NO WOMAN by Franck Bouysse”

THE SMALLEST MAN by Frances Quinn

THE SMALLEST MAN by Frances Quinn – There aren’t many novels you read that are truly unique. There also aren’t many novels that are absolutely brilliant. The Smallest Man by Frances Quinn is both unique and brilliant. It is a story you will fall into, and never want to forget. It tells the story ofContinue reading “THE SMALLEST MAN by Frances Quinn”

New book by Fiona Leitch coming soon!

The new book by Fiona Leitch will be released by Harper Collins imprint One More Chapter in ebook on 29th November, with the paperback following on 9th December. A Cornish Christmas Murder (in the UK, alternative title A Murder Under the Mistletoe in the US) is the 4th book in the Nosey Parker cosy mysteryContinue reading “New book by Fiona Leitch coming soon!”

Recipe for Mr Perfect by Anni Rose

Jess Willersey works in an office for Anymoore Ltd with Maggie and Sarah, but would really love to be a photographer. When she gets her first job photographing a steampunk wedding, she also encounters a rather gorgeous man. But will they meet again? And what will happen? This is a romance, a rom com, bookContinue reading “Recipe for Mr Perfect by Anni Rose”

Always, In December by Emily Stone

ALWAYS, IN DECEMBER by Emily Stone It isn’t often that a read a 400-page book in three days, but I did with this one. It begins magically and takes you on a journey, one which you will remember for a long time. The main character is Josie Morgan, who has just finished a relationship withContinue reading “Always, In December by Emily Stone”

Game On by Sue Anstiss

GAME ON by Sue Anstiss I am very interested in women’s sports, so I was very keen to read Game On – The Unstoppable Rise of Women’s Sport, the new book by Sue Anstiss MBE. It talks about the inequalities between men’s and women’s sports in many different aspects from television coverage to prize money.Continue reading “Game On by Sue Anstiss”

The Tolworth Beacon by Huw Langridge

THE TOLWORTH BEACON by Huw Langridge – I enjoyed this novella, it had something very new and different about it. There’s a bit of horror in there, a lot of mystery and it is intriguing, it keeps you guessing throughout. The characters are well drawn and very believable and the story is very well written.Continue reading “The Tolworth Beacon by Huw Langridge”

Call Me Mummy by Tina Baker

If you’re like me, you’ll remember Tina Baker for her regular slots on TV. One of those women you automatically like, as they come across as approachable and genuine. So when I saw on Twitter that she had written a book, I was interested to read it. And wow! What a book it is! WithoutContinue reading “Call Me Mummy by Tina Baker”