Storm by Tim Minchin
A delightfully illustrated version of Tim Minchin’s hilarious beat poem "Storm".
 
At a London dinner party, Tim is introduced to the mysterious fifth guest at the table.
Review by Kristy Rabbitt
First Impressions by Charlie Lovett
What better treat for booklovers than a novel about bibliophiles, book collecting and libraries, with a literary mystery at its heart and this is exactly what Charlie Lovett’s First Impressio
Review by Jade Craddock
Everybody Knows This is Nowhere by Alice Furse
For her debut novel, Alice Furse takes a look at the stalled life of a twenty-something graduate.
 
The unnamed narrator of Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere lives
A Week in Paris by Rachel Hore
“There are some truths that can never be told because they hurt and destroy more than they can ever heal.”
 
Fay Knox has grown up with the knowledge that her father died
Review by Jade Craddock
Alan Stoob Nazi Hunter by Saul Wordsworth
This memoir of Britain’s premier Nazi hunter is a hilarious parody of the special agent/spy genre.
 
In 1994 Alan Stoob is taking early retirement after a reasonably succ
Review by Kristy Rabbitt