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Waiting for Doggo
Mark B. Mills
Review by Jade Craddock
“Gosh… He’s hardly a shoe-in for Crufts is he?” Doggo might not be destined to win any pampered pooch prizes but he’s all Dan’s got left to show from his four-year relationship with Clara when sh
After Helen
Paul Cavanagh
Review by Katy Hepburn
Helen Donnelly passed away over a year ago, leaving behind her husband Irving and teenage daughter Severn.
The Prophecy of Bees
R. S. Pateman
Review by Morag Adlington
The Prophecy of Bees is pure, spine-tingling entertainment; a tense utterly enthralling novel that demands complete attention.
The Night Falling
Katherine Webb
Review by Sally Hughes
Katherine Webb’s novel is set in Puglia in the 1920s, a hard, unyielding land where for centuries men have struggled to cultivate enough to feed their families.
Robert Edric
Review by Jade Craddock
“I was still that wandering sheep, forever drawing closer to the fold, forever wandering back out into the wilderness.”
Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Brontë are among the
How I Long to be With You
Bryony Hill
Review by Jade Craddock
Bryony Hill’s How I Long to be With You brings together a remarkable collection of letters, telegraphs and photographs from the two sides of her family during the Second World War.
The Book of 365
Hugh Brazier and Jan McCann
Review by Jade Craddock
Anyone looking for that quirky gift or unusual literary present this Christmas may find it in the brilliantly fastidious The Book of 365
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