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Monday, 25 April 2022

Book Review: Begars Abbey, V. L. Valentine

Having read and enjoyed V. L. Valentine’s debut The Plague Letters, I of course had to read Begars Abbey, which sounded like it would deliver the same level if not more eery darkness than her last!

Wednesday, 16 March 2022

Book Review: The Daisy Chain by Al Campbell

The 18th century is one of my favourite periods of history to read about, so when I saw that The Daisy Chain was set in 1771 and was around the history of Kew Gardens, it was an instant want-to-read. Read on for my full review.

Monday, 14 March 2022

Book Review The Flames by Sophie Haydock

When I first heard about The Flames book, my interest was instantly peaked. I had to find out more about these four women. Why were they muses, who were they and how did their stories interlink? I was delighted to get a chance to read this brilliant book and my review is as follows:

Monday, 7 March 2022

Book Review: The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley

A small confession before I get going with my review, I was yet to read a Lucy Foley book until The Paris Apartment and I am so glad I can say that I now have. Dare I say it may have got me back into thrillers again.

Tuesday, 1 March 2022

Book Review: One Italian Summer by Rebecca Serle

Having been so blown away about Rebecca's debut In Five Years, I was really looking forward to reading her next book One Italian Summer, and I enjoyed it just as much.