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  • The disappearance of Timothy Dawson - review

    Nathan is the guy smiling on the far left as you look (in the jacket). He's pictured with staff from Lancashire libraries who run a superb award f...
  • Inchtinn - review

    Danny Weston is becoming a must read for fans of atmospheric action packed scary thrillers for discerning readers.He really is the master of cranki...
  • She lies in wait - review

    I really like the books that are partly known as you read, especially when they are told from within the characters of the past who blend into the ...
  • The Harm Tree - review

    Every so often a book captures the zeitgeist, sometimes you are amongst the first to know about it, other times you find out later, sometimes much ...
  • Scrubland - review

    Chris was an award winning journalist, he wrote about the drought in Australia in 2008 and I think its had an effect on him.He uses some sensationa...
  • Shell - review

    Paula is developing into quite a name in edge of the seat gripping and beyond up to the minute thrillers with real emotional depth.As she drops a ...
  • Rose, Interrupted - review

    Patrice has established herself as a must read for discerning modern reader. Plus her foray into WBD will have helped too!Her ability to be cultura...
  • Stranger Diaries - review

    It is very hard to write a perfect book, because you'll always be judged against what has been written and read before. Maybe what we really need t...
  • New Boy - review

    There is a lot of fuss over reviews and exposure for books, mostly that adult books get a fair bit, children's don't and it puzzles me...For one th...
  • Witch's Warning - Aberrations 2 - review

    Joseph Delaney has written spooky books for 15 years and of course like pretty much any author lots of WiP in store...I am so lucky, he writes most...
  • Stone Circle - review

    I was lucky to meet Elly Griffiths last year in Bolton Library, she came and did an evening for them and was both hilarious but also very very info...
  • Blast off to the moon - review

    UCLAN publishing are new, but they already have won an award and run the biggest YA festival in the NW ever, they've published some superb books, t...