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Image under Creative Commons license from Mangus D of Flickr Paris may be the City of Love, but that doesn’t mean...

“I know that your mother ran off with a cowboy from Denver,” Django McCabe reasoned with his niece, “but...

Canada is like a bird, it likes to soar freely. (Unknown) The latest Freya North novel comes out on the 4th June so it’s...

“In life we have to size up the chances and calculate the possible risks and our ability to deal with them and then make...

I came across this book by accident; truth is, I hadn’t quite done my research. I was looking for books based in some...

Title: intriguing. Time span of the book: one evening. Content: mind-boggling Think of school reunions, class reunions; they...

“Jane felt trepidation as she came from the brush on the side of the Southern Tier Expressway. She stood perfectly still...

The East Coast Tour ends in the Big Apple. The choice of New York-set books is endless. First of all, all the films you can...

There is a newcomer in town, Fergus Cole, and at least a dozen men owe their lives to him. He came from the Ottawa Valley...

You have probably heard of In Her Shoes, maybe seen the film with Toni Colette and Cameron Diaz. Or Certain Girls? Good in...

The perfect book for my stay in Boston; Lissa Warren’s The Good Luck Cat: How a Cat Saved a Family, and a Family Saved...

San Francisco – Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, flowers in your hair! Stopping off in San Francisco on my way to Boston,...

After six months it is time to leave Vancouver, leave Canada, and head east to Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and New York....

Sarah is the vice president of Human Resources in a big consulting firm, wife, home-owner and mother of three and suddenly,...

I would love to start with a quote, one of the many, that shows why I read this book cover to cover. But the truth is, I...

Four years ago I read Still Alice, Lisa Genova’s first novel, self-published. You may recognise it because of the talks...

The quality of a book is often defined by its story. It seems like stating the obvious, but with the array of books and authors...

A cute puppy on the outside, a dramatic and breathtaking story on the inside. Even before it made it to the bookshops, this...

369 pages, first published by Harper Collins June 2013 Tish Cohen is known in her adult and young adult novels to write around...

I came across The Dog Year in the Yale bookshop. I only looked at the back to see if it actually had anything to do with...

Lost Edens – A True Story, by Jamie Patterson 210 pages, paperback Published August 2011 by Beaver’s Pond Press A warning...