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The Dark Circle by Linda Grant Tour Review

The Dark Circle by Linda Grant Tour Review

Never think of your life journey as a straight line – always think of it as a circle. That’s Linda Grant’s message behind her latest novel The Dark Circle, as she compellingly connects a struggle against a viscous disease with rebuilding lives in a post war Britain. It’s 1949, and Britain is still in shock […]

Posted November 11, 2016 by Kate in review, tour / 0 Comments
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The Women In the Walls by Amy Lukavics

The Women In the Walls by Amy Lukavics

A large, old house on a private estate. Young cousins wrapped up in a family mystery. A possibly corrupt country club that could be up to no good. Sudden, hideous deaths. All sounds like it should be the makings of a good solid horror tale no? Well…. I’m going to come straight to the point […]

Posted November 3, 2016 by Kate in review / 0 Comments
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Dear Charlie by N.D. Gomes Blog Tour

Dear Charlie by N.D. Gomes Blog Tour

Take a controversial topic away from it’s expected location, and the results could seem unrealistic. That’s not the case with N.D. Gomes début novel, Dear Charlie as she takes an all-too familiar news story in America and transfers it to 90’s UK. Sixteen year old Sam should be living the teen dream of college, socialising, […]

Posted October 22, 2016 by Kate in review, tour, young adult / 0 Comments
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Quarry In The Black by Max Allan Collins

Quarry In The Black by Max Allan Collins

It’s the run-up to the Presidential Election. Race relations are fraught, smear campaigns are everywhere, and those involved will do their darnedest to make sure their man wins. But this isn’t the circus that is the 2016 campaign, oh no. It’s 1972, America is yet to suffer it’s most humiliating defeat, and the people are […]

Posted October 18, 2016 by Kate in review / 0 Comments
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Superman: American Alien by Max Landis

Superman: American Alien by Max Landis

Superman has had a bad rap lately – no one has managed to really nail the character. Depicted as a characterless void in the recent movies, and side-lined by DC’s over-reliance on stable-mate Batman, the most complex character in DC’s roster has fallen by the wayside. Enter Max Landis. With his eye for the absurdly […]

Posted October 9, 2016 by Kate in comics, DC, graphic novels, review / 0 Comments
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Holding by Graham Norton

Holding by Graham Norton

Chat show host, raconteur, actor, comedian – Graham Norton already has several strings to his bow. Now he can add ‘author’ into the mix, as following on from his highly successful memoirs, he’s ventured into the world of fiction with his début novel Holding. Excitement tends to pass by the quiet village of Duneen, much […]

Posted October 3, 2016 by Kate in review / 0 Comments
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