Dead Letters – a book review

Dead Letters

Today I’m talking about the first novel from Caite Dolan-Leach, called Dead Letters which was published earlier this month through Corvus Books. The thriller, Dead Letters tells the story of Ava Antipova and her search for the truth following the suspected death of her twin sister Zelda. She receives a… Continue reading »

The Girls of Ennismore – a review

The Girls of Ennismore

I do love stories where you follow characters over a number of years and watch their lives twist and turn.  The Girls of Ennismore is one such book.  Written by Patricia Falvey, and published through Corvus on 6th April, it’s another book I’d recommend to pre-order. We meet two eight… Continue reading »

Bone by Bone – a book review

Bone by Bone

I love it when a book grips you from the start and you can’t wait to turn the page.  Bone by Bone is written by Sanjida Kay, and it has kept me awake late at night as I just couldn’t put it down! This new paperback will be published through… Continue reading »

The Ice Twins #IceTwins

The Ice Twins

I’m a book-worm, that’s absolutely no surprise to you is it. One of the joys I get from blogging is discovering new authors.  I cannot get to sleep without reading pages from a book first; no matter what the time.  I’ve always been the same.  I’ve recently read an absolute… Continue reading »

The Book of You

The Book of You

I was recently offered the chance to read The Book of You by Claire Kendal, as part of the Mumsnet Blogger Network. I love a good thriller and The Book of You had me hooked from the beginning. The central character is called Clarissa, she a mid thirties woman, newly… Continue reading »

Melnitz – a book review


I’ve just finished reading Melnitz which is written by Charles Lewinsky.  The book has been translated into English from its original German text and is published through Atlantic Books this month.  It had me hooked from the beginning as I followed 5 generations of a Jewish family living in Switzerland from the… Continue reading »