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This is a gothic mystery about family, a castle, a small town, and a lot of secrets. Hannah used to spend her summers at Brackenhill with her sister,...

A 79-year-old takes on busy London life, while a millennial moves to a quiet little village and busies herself helping the elderly residents and planning...

Social media – love it or hate it, we all have a relationship with it and it defines us to a point and especially in confinement, we may have rethought...

I was in two minds about this book, going from thinking it was telling me exactly what we needed to hear, to telling us things we already know, but in...

A main character you can relate to, side characters you end up loving more than you thought you would, some humour, some sadness, some intrigue and some...

Topical, funny and user-friendly. Whether you are already trying to be green (beyond recycling correctly that is) or whether this is all new to you, there...

“No place to go” is not a not about a soul searching experience, but rather about a place when you really need to go. In other words, when nature calls. If...

Hollie Overton’s third novel takes us to LA, where Ash lives with her foster mother Becca. Everything is going well except Ash has been lying to Becca:...

The summer is over… but you can make it last a little longer with the perfect summer read – the first of the Little Bridge Island series by Meg Cabot! “No...

“I was born on 4 January 1972 on Alderney, one of the Channel Islands. My father was Patrick and he left when I was two years old. I raised myself from...

“His voice always smacked me hard in the stomach, so hard I could fold with the force of it. I suppose I shouldn’t want that feeling but it can make...

Empathetic, thought-provoking and deeply moving. If you know Moriarty’s books, you know she writes about distressing and very difficult topics. Seven...

What a wonderful title for a book about nursing! Life is about kind, and that’s the most important lesson Christie Watson has to teach us. Nurses...

Lilith Wade is a serial killer. She was arrested and jailed for brutally murdering six women. Families of the victims have even created an online...

Let me tell you I have complete trust in Liane Moriaty. I love books you can’t fit into a category (aside from general ‘fiction’) but...

I devoured this book. It may sound like a cliché, but it is true (and not just because I was holiday and had time to read at my leisure). I think it actually...

The President is Missing is a political thriller co-written by former US President Bill Clinton and fiction writer James Patterson. It is however, more...

Some books turn out to be completely different from what you imagined. This one was a struggle for me to finish. If you follow our Reader’s Corner segment...

Have you been reading along with us this week? We are keen to hear your thoughts so let us know in the comments. But if you are waiting to hear our review...

Will you enjoy reading this? Of course you will. If you are reading this very article, then you are likely to enjo books and then this book is made for...

Brit(ish) is about a search for identity. It is about the everyday racism that plagues British society. It is about our awkward, troubled relationship...

Dear Reader, Welcome to my lunch break. Please don’t feel like you have been squeezed into my day, typing with one hand and eating with the other....

This book is not your usual novel, it is a life lesson for all of us beyond misconceptions, beyond politics and your personal comfort, and simply see human...

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 a Cat. Boston author, a memoir...

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

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