Today’s guest post is a review of ‘Tamarind Woman’, a compelling story of a mother-daughter relationship in post-colonial India.
Clarry can’t quite seem to get the hang of being an adult, but she thinks she’s found her vocation. The Love Detective is in business!
Phoebe loves her job at Friendship House but when the owners start disrupting the residents, it’s time for the staff to take action!
Fiona discovers that her sister Rona was working in the sex industry before she went missing six years ago. The revelation blows Fiona’s humdrum life apart.
Showgirl, stuntwoman, champion speedboat racer. Sarah Donohue has done all of this and much more, as she explains in her autobiography, The World is Never Enough.
The Woolworths Girls are back in Wartime at Woolworths. World War II is in its fourth year, but it will all be over by Christmas, won’t it?
Can best friends really stick together through absolutely anything? That’s the dilemma that Rachel and Suzie face in ‘If He Wakes’.
I’m thrilled to be the host for today’s stop on the blog tour for this fantastic new novel from Kate Thompson, set against the backdrop of WWII London.
Today I’m very happy to be reviewing the second volume of Stories for Homes – an anthology in aid of the charity Shelter.
7 years after Mr Hyde died, Dr Jekyll is back in London. But Jekyll is dead – so it can’t be him, can it?