Today I'm taking part in the Walter Presents Series Blog Tour, a series of books published by Pushkin Press in partnership with Walter Presents. There are four books so far in the series, and The Ghost of Frédéric Chopin is number 3, released in May 2021. Blurb The third book in the Walter Presents Library: … Continue reading The Ghost of Frédéric Chopin by Éric Faye
Today I'm taking part in the blog tour for the Cheltenham Literary Festival running from the 8th to the 17th of October both online and in-person! Blurb China’s story is extraordinarily rich and dramatic. Now Michael Wood, one of the UK's pre-eminent historians, brings it all together in a major new one-volume history of China … Continue reading The Story of China by Michael Wood | Cheltenham Literary Festival
After finishing this last night, I just knew I had to write a review whilst the book was fresh in my mind. The Thursday Murder Club are back again, causing mischief and solving the whodunnits!
A murder mystery set in a small town, where fingers are pointed and relationships are tested. This book shows how all is not what it seems, and sometimes you need a second pair of eyes to part the wood from the trees. Blurb IN A TOWN FULL OF SECRETSSOMEONE WAS MURDERED.SOMEONE WENT TO PRISON.AND EVERYONE'S … Continue reading Review in 5 – The Appeal by Janice Hallet
Hello all! After inadvertently taking a few months off I’m back with reviews. I spent the past few months getting the bookshop ready for reopening, getting used to a busy bookshop again and taking some time out to read some previously published books that had been sat on my TBR for a while. And let … Continue reading Where the Wildness Starts | The Wild Places | A Review