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Wrote for Luck
D J Taylor
Review by Adam Ley-Lange
So much of the craft of a short story has to do with what you decide to put the frame around; which scenes do you choose to offer an insight into the lives of the characters who you are writing a
Theo
Ed Taylor
Review by Amy Pirt
Meet Theo, a ten-year-old who lives in his father’s ageing mansion on Long Island, a house that is reputedly the inspiration behind the Gatsby estate.
Mind of Winter
Laura Kasischke
Review by Sally Hughes

Eric and Holly are just a normal American family.

The Hourglass Factory
Lucy Ribchester
Review by Kristy Rabbitt
A fascinating historical mystery from a talented new author.
The Girl on the Train
Paula Hawkins
Review by Megan Brown
This debut psychological thriller is deliciously dark - Before I go to Sleep meets Gone Girl.
The Widow's Confession
Sophia Tobin
Review by Rebecca Foster
Sophia Tobin’s second novel, The Widow’s Confession, is a twisting mystery set in Broadstairs in 1851.
 
Delphine Beck, the titular widow, has left behind a sham
The Girl in the Photograph
Kate Riordan
Review by Lucy Rock
Writer and journalist Kate Riordan launches us into what will hopefully be a great year for historical fiction in her tender new novel; The Girl in the Photograph.
 

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