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Book Review: Picasso’s Revenge by Caroline and Ray Foulk

Lovers of art and historical fiction, this one's for you. Blurb Picasso's Revenge by Caroline and Ray Foulk is set in Paris in the early 1920's. Courtier and patron of the arts, Jacques Doucet, descends into the world of anarchist art, the occult and the dark turmoil of his past - involving the death of his … Continue reading Book Review: Picasso’s Revenge by Caroline and Ray Foulk

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Book Review: Dreamland by Nick Clausen

Even though this book is intended as a horror, or at least a spooky story, I found it very emotional. Emotion is not really something you associate with horrors but it worked very well here. Blurb Dreamland* by Nick Clausen introduces us to Dreamland. Dreamland is where Louis goes to meet his father, who died … Continue reading Book Review: Dreamland by Nick Clausen

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Book Review: The Medium by David Hatton

Anybody here interested in the afterlife? I sure am, hence my love for this next book. Not a fan? No problem! I still have a juicy thriller you. Blurb The Medium by David Hatton introduces us to Michael Walker whose wife, Suzanne, is missing. Michael  is approached by a psychic medium claiming to know the … Continue reading Book Review: The Medium by David Hatton

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Book Review: Heathcliff by Sue Barnard

Wuthering Heights fans, are you with me? It's finally time to find out where Heathcliff was all those years and how he made his fortune. Blurb Heathcliff* by Sue Barnard fills in the gap between Heathcliff's departure and return to Wuthering Heights. With improved manners, a better appearance and a lot of money, just what … Continue reading Book Review: Heathcliff by Sue Barnard

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Book Review: An Extra Shot by Stephen Anthony Brotherton

For those of you who enjoyed Another Shot, I'm back with a review of part two of this three-part series. Blurb An Extra Shot by Stephen Anthony Brotherton continues to tell the story of Freddie and Jo-Jo. It moves backwards and forwards through time in a series of first-person flashbacks and describes how the couple fell … Continue reading Book Review: An Extra Shot by Stephen Anthony Brotherton

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Book Review: The Kosher Delhi by Ivan Wainewright

I like to think that this book is one of those that you know you will enjoy, but don't expect it to become one of your hits of the year. Come join me in this book review and see if you agree. Blurb The Kosher Delhi* by Ivan Wainewright introduces us to Vik, a twenty … Continue reading Book Review: The Kosher Delhi by Ivan Wainewright

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Book Review: The Scribe by A.A. Chaudhuri

I know there a lot of you who read this blog who are big fans of dark crime stories. Today you are in for a treat. It's hard to get as dark as The Scribe. Blurb The Scribe* by A.A. Chaudhuri tells the story of a sadistic serial killer targeting former students of The Bloomsbury … Continue reading Book Review: The Scribe by A.A. Chaudhuri

Book Review: Lessons I’ve Learned by Ashley Moss

I've always had a love/hate relationship with poetry. Besides Emily Dickinson, I can't say I truly love another poet. But, I still try and today I have another collection of poetry to share with you. Review I'm going to skip straight to the review section as there isn't really a blurb for this book. The … Continue reading Book Review: Lessons I’ve Learned by Ashley Moss

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Book Review: A Killing Sin* by K H Irvine

Today I review a really hard hitting book for you. If I'm to be perfectly honest, I don't exactly know where to start with this as there are so many different themes to deal with. What I can say wholeheartedly though is that this is a gripping book and I can only hope that this … Continue reading Book Review: A Killing Sin* by K H Irvine

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Book Review: Death on the Ocean by Martha Fischer

Any Agatha Christie fans out there? Good. I think you might enjoy this latest book review. Blurb Death on the Ocean by Martha Fischer is a crime story. It involves Amanda Lipton, an ordinary teacher whose life changes when she wins a million euro on a TV show. With everybody suddenly wanting to be her … Continue reading Book Review: Death on the Ocean by Martha Fischer