Missing, Presumed is a deliciously written book, which hooks you from the first page. Broken down into days and different perspectives, it is fluid and very well structured throughout. Edith Hinds is a clever young girl, from a successful family, who simply vanishes without a trace. With no immediate motive, and no reason to believe … Continue reading Missing, Presumed by Susie Steiner, ISBN:9780008123321, Publication Date 1st September 2016.
Let it Out is a feel good book giving gentle, friendly and positive advice about the art of journaling. Having kept a journal for as long as I can remember, I am aware of the many benefits associated with pouring out those most inner thoughts onto paper, regardless of whether you write for a living … Continue reading Let It Out A Journey Through Journaling by Katie Dalebout, ISBN:9781401947446, Out now to buy.
Personally, I feel that this year has been a great year for the thriller genre and I have had the pleasure of reading and reviewing a number of great releases. So, after hearing many positive comments about Christobel Kent’s latest release, The Loving Husband, I was eager to see if it was as good as … Continue reading Book Review: The Loving Husband by Christobel Kent, ISBN: 9780751562415, Published 1st September 2016.
It’s Summer 1972, and eleven-year-old Byron’s organised, and perfectly synced, life is about to change for ever when he learns from his best friend James that an extra two seconds have been added to time in order to join it with the earths movement. For Byron, these two seconds are off course and have the … Continue reading Book Review: Perfect by Rachel Joyce.