LIVE AND LET FRY: A RUSTY BORE MYSTERY – Sue Williams

I have really enjoyed Sue's two previous books covering the 'investigative activities' of small-town sleuth/fast food outlet owner, Cassie Tuplin. Of course I was delighted to see she had written a third in the series and I was not disappointed! Sue has done it again! When I tell you I collected the book from my... Continue Reading →

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THE FALLEN – David Baldacci

According to the foreword in his latest book, David Baldacci has written almost 40 novels and is described as one of the world's best selling authors. With 130 million copies in print and his books translated into 45 different languages, his popularity could not be questioned! His novels feature a wide range of different principal... Continue Reading →

THE EVERLASTING SUNDAY – Robert Lukins

It is always interesting to approach a novel written by an unfamiliar author, especially if it is a debut novel, so I had no expectations about Robert Lukins’ The Everlasting Sunday. Set in the Winter of 1962 – England’s coldest winter since the mid-1600s – it is the story of a group of adolescent boys... Continue Reading →

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