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And It’s A Beautiful Day by Nige Tassell

And It’s A Beautiful Day by Nige Tassell

Twenty-five years ago, a movie came onto the scene that changed cinema forever. Sure, without it I’m certain we’d still have gritty crime movies, but none of them would have the humour, imagination, or the massive heart that embodies Fargo. The sixth movie from the genius pairing that is the Coen brothers is beautifully revisited […]

Posted May 11, 2021 by Kate in review, tour / 0 Comments
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How to Betray Your Country By James Wolff

How to Betray Your Country By James Wolff

I love characters who veer from the norm – those who shun stereotypical representations are especially high on my list. Enter August Drummond, the central character of James Wolff’s latest spy thriller How to Betray Your Country. Here is a man who not only veers from the expectations of a modern spy, he careers down […]

Posted April 19, 2021 by Kate in review, tour / 0 Comments
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The Khan by Saima Mir

The Khan by Saima Mir

The Khan Picture in your mind a modern British crime saga. I can guarantee what’s in your mind is a pretty stereotypical representation: expensive suits, fast cars, incomprehensible mutterings in loud clubs or dingy pubs while the women of the ‘family’ serve their purpose as an appealing combo of eye-candy/punchbag/betrayer. And short of a few […]

Posted April 12, 2021 by Kate in review, tour / 0 Comments
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The Distant Dead by Heather Young

The Distant Dead by Heather Young

Writing a novel, especially a dark thriller, where your central character is a young, lonely, neglected boy is risky. Authors take a chance on alienating readers who either can not relate or who maybe do not wish to become involved in such a dark prospect. In Heather Young’s hands though, this is not the case […]

Posted April 7, 2021 by Kate in review, tour / 0 Comments
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