I listened The Sudden Departure of the Frasers by Louise Candlish on Audible and really enjoyed it. I think I
If you’re a keen follower of this blog, you should already know I wasn’t in love with other Lisa Jewell
The Man in the Middle Floor is told between perspectives of 3 different people living in a building, each on
It took less than six months for everything to fall apart. That’s how Darling, a debut novel by Rachel Edwards opens.
I finished Christine Mangan’s Tangerine last week and can’t stop thinking how strikingly similar it was with The Talented Mr Ripley. I
How many times can one person die? And how many days it will take to solve the murder? I don’t
The longer you live, the more you realise that nothing is fixed. Everyone will become a refugee if they live
Sophia lives in London.Her parents, Nina and Jared, own a garden centre with a cafe in remote Suffolk. Nina is
Note: This review contains spoilers in the bottom! Please don’t read the last paragraph if you haven’t read the book.
The Vanishing starts slowly but draws the reader into the atmospheric plot, towards the bleakness of the moors giving them
I have listened Lisa Jewell’s I Found You this week. This is the second book I have read from Jewell
John Marrs is someone you would read once and would want to read again. He started as a self-publishing author