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Book Reviews

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Wilde About the Girl by Louise Pentland
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

Wilde About the Girl is the sequel to Wilde Like Me from YouTuber and parenting/lifestyle/beauty blogger/vlogger, Louise Pentland. Just published by Bonnier Zaffre, Louise Pentland is described as ‘the fresh voice contemporary women’s fiction...

Mr Peacock’s Possessions by Lydia Syson
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘Oceania 1879. An intrepid family of settlers from New Zealand are determined to make a remote volcanic island their own.’ Mr Peacock’s Possessions is a novel written by Lydia Syson. After...

One Thousand Stars and You by Isabelle Broom
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘One spark will light up both their lives.’ One Thousand Stars and You is the latest novel from Isabelle Broom and has just been published with Michael Joseph (Penguin), Isabelle...

Letters from Alice by Petrina Banfield
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘Two women. One secret. Will they be able to keep it under wraps?’ Letters from Alice is a novel by Petrina Banfield. Published in August 2018 by Harper Element, it is...

The Mystery of Three Quarters by Sophie Hannah
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘The world’s most beloved detective, Hercule Poirot – the legendary star of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express and most recently The Monogram Murders and Closed Casket—returns in a...

Sins As Scarlet by Nicolás Obregón
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘Five years ago, he lost his family. Now he may have found his redemption.’ Sins As Scarlet is the second book from Nicolás Obregón featuring former homicide detective Kosuke Iwata. Just...

Last Letter from Istanbul by Lucy Foley
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

Described as ‘an epic story that vividly captures the heartbreaking turmoil of forbidden love, against a richly drawn backdrop of a legendary city steeped in history and myth.’ Last Letter from...

HellCorp by Jonathan Whitelaw
Posted by Adam Bennett in , , .

HellCorp puts you on The Devil’s side – there’s a little bit of bad in all of us. The Devil isn’t somebody that you’re supposed to like. In fact, you...

VOX by Christina Dalcher
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘In a world where women are silenced, would you speak up?’ VOX is a book quite unlike any I have read before because the concept, while appearing far-fetched, is NOT completely...

Mrs Hemingway by Naomi Wood
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘To lose his ability to write was to have lost the ability to clear his mind of itself.’ Mrs Hemingway is the gloriously heartbreaking novel from Naomi Wood, originally published in...