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General Fiction

You can view our entire archive of book reviews further down the page, or go direct to your preferred genre using the list below. If you would like to submit a book review of your own to be considered for publication, you can do so here.

The Dilemma by B.A. Paris
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

Knowing the truth will destroy her… Keeping it secret will destroy him… The Dilemma – how far would you go to give someone you love a last few hours of...

Isabelle in the Afternoon by Douglas Kennedy
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

Be prepared for emotional turmoil… Be prepared to be bereft… Isabelle in the Afternoon by Douglas Kennedy is about to be released into the world and it will completely capture your...

The Lost Ones by Anita Frank
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

Think Downton Abbey on Halloween…a beautifully told big house story touched with ghosts and tragedy’ – HQ Stories The Lost Ones is the debut novel by Anita Frank and is published for...

The Confession by Jessie Burton
Posted by Dymphna Nugent in , .

Jessie Burton is one of the finest storytellers of the modern era, she weaves a stunning, intricate web around different eras, different locations, or as in the case of The...

The Mercy Seat by Elizabeth H.Winthrop
Posted by Dymphna Nugent in , .

Willie Jones sits in a Louisiana prison cell awaiting execution for the accused rape of a white girl, Grace. Immediately this brings to mind novels such as To Kill a...

Skin by E.M. Reapy
Posted by Dymphna Nugent in , .

Natalie struggles with self confidence and views her body negatively, often swamping her body in floaty layers and frantically smoothing down skin when she sits and covering cleavage when she...

I Have Sinned by Caimh McDonnell
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

I Have Sinned, from Caimh McDonnell, is book two in the McGarry Stateside series, a continuation of the smash hit Dublin Trilogy featuring my main man Bunny McGarry. Described as a novel...

The Carer by Deborah Moggach
Posted by Dymphna Nugent in , .

Robert and Phoebe’s father, James, has broken his hip, necessitating a round the clock care regime. James was once an academic, a scholar and in the eyes of his children,...

Filter This by Sophie White
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

Are the #instafabulous really #livingtheirbestlives ? Filter This is most definitely THE READ for the Insta Gen and for all fans of the ‘Aisling’ books. Written by Sophie White, Filter This will be published on...

Sweet Sorrow by David Nicholls
Posted by Dymphna Nugent in , .

Sixteen year-old Charlie Lewis blends into the background. He attends school, he has friends, he takes part socially but his face is replaceable, indistinguishable, forgettable. People see him, they laugh...