For the second month running, I’m posting this late, but have just made it before the month end. (I was thinking of posting it in the early hours of next…
This month, I’m reviewing two books that made me smile and, in one case, laugh out loud. Two great reads, and I gave both of them 5 stars. One of…
You know how sometimes a topic seems to crop up in lots of different places at the same time? Well for the past few days, everywhere I turn, I…
[Two short reviews for the price of one this month: one brand new book and one that’s been out for a couple of years; I gave them both five star…
At the start of this book, we see Harold Fry sitting at the breakfast table “freshly shaved, in a clean shirt and tie”. He thinks “he might like to go…
Sapna Sinha has already seen more than her fair share of tragedy and hardship. The eldest daughter in a family of three, she has lost one sister and her father….
This is the second in the Carolina Slade series of mysteries and anyone who’s read my review of Lowcountry Bribe will know how highly I rate Hope’s writing (not to…
[From this month, I’m introducing a book review into the monthly blog mix. From March, they will be new reviews, but I’m starting with one I posted elsewhere a few…