Don’t Send Flowers – AD sent for review

Don't Send Flowers

If you’re looking for a hard-hitting crime novel then Don’t Send Flowers by Martín Solares is the book for you.  Published through Grove Press in March this year, this is a book which shows the reality of living with drug cartels and life in northern Mexico. When the seventeen year… Continue reading »

The Knowledge – a book review

The Knowledge

I’ve not come across the Richard Jury series of detective books before, so I was eager to see if that would matter when I started to read The Knowledge by Martha Grimes. Published through Grove Press in August this year, this is the twenty-fourth book in the series and it’s one… Continue reading »

Miss Burma – a book review

Miss Burma

I’ve recently finished Miss Burma by Charmaine Craig which was published through Gross Press earlier this year. Set in Burma from the 1920’s through to the 1960’s we follow the lives of Benny and Khin as the country is thrown into turmoil, firstly through World War II and later as… Continue reading »

Legends of the Fall

Legends of the Fall

I’m a big Brad Pitt fan, lifetime member kind of fan and one of my favourite film’s of his has to be Legends of the Fall. So when I was offered the chance to read the Legends of the Fall book by Jim Harrison, on which the film was based, I was… Continue reading »