A quite traumatic but moving novel told in two narrative strands, one of a young mother, the other the daughter she is forced to give up.
Emily Giffin has written an interesting book dealing with a woman who is adamant that she does not want children even if it means losing her soulmate
A murder mystery, lightly told with the deft hand of Sydney Preston, which is big on character and well-plotted
Harris Kloe has written a tense short story to open his forthcoming collection with seams of horror and suspense
For me, bourbon conjures images of small chocolate biscuits but the Bourbon Kid is a far scarier prospect in this quirky detective horror thriller
Jojo Moyes’ book about the Packhorse Librarians of Kentucky is a stirring tale about the power of friendship and the joy that books can bring
Liane Moriarty takes good friends, a tense school atmosphere and fragemented and destructive relationship and makes a great piece of reading
The Underpainter is a character study of someone who views life from a distance, never fully engaging in its emotional landscape.
Norman Bacal has reimagined Shakespeare in a great thriller based on a dysfunctional family dynasty, set in the world of pharmaceuticals.
I had never heard of Blood Orange until a Facebook friend mentioned it in response to another book review that I had previously shared. Harriet Tyce’s debut novel was requested from the library and I was reading another thriller after just reading Perfect Little Children. Not usually the way I like to do things butContinue reading “Blood Orange by Harriet Tyce”