The Cornish Lady – AD sent for review

The Cornish Lady

I’ve just finished the fourth novel in the series set in eighteenth-century Cornwall, written by Nicola Pryce.  The Cornish Lady was published through Corvus in March this year and it’s just as good as it’s predecessors. In this book, we are introduced to Angelica Lilly, the young daughter of a… Continue reading »

Night by Night – AD Sent for review

Night by Night Jack Jordan

You may recall my review for Before Her Eyes from August last year.  Since then I’ve been eagerly awaiting the next novel from Jack Jordan, and Night by Night, which was published on 2nd May hasn’t disappointed at all. In Night by Night we meet Rose Shaw, a wife and… Continue reading »

The Devil’s Half Mile – a book review

The Devils Half Mile

I do love a book that grips you from the start and having just finished The Devil’s Half Mile by Paddy Hirsch, I can confirm that this book does just that. Published through Corvus Books in July this year, it’s a book I can thoroughly recommend, especially if you like a… Continue reading »

Before Her Eyes – a book review

Before Her Eyes

Every so often I get to read a book that totally captivates me, and keeps me up very late at night.  When that book also keeps you guessing right to the last page, then you know you’ve discovered a winner.  Before Her Eyes by Jack Jordan was published through Corvus… Continue reading »

The Cornish Dressmaker – a book review

The Cornish Dressmaker

You may recall my review of The Captain’s Girl back in November last year.  Well I’ve just finished the third novel in the Cornish saga from Nicola Pryce, called The Cornish Dressmaker and it’s just a good.  I don’t know about you but I’m riveted to the sofa on Sunday evening’s… Continue reading »

My Mother’s Secret – a book review

My Mother's Secret

If you have read my book reviews before you will already know that I’m a big fan of Sanjida Kay, and I’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of her new novel, My Mother’s Secret. Published through Corvus Books last month, this is the third book from Kay, and has proved… Continue reading »