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Review – Amber Cavalier Spiler’s THE SECRET OF BLACKWATCH


This is a delightful read for horse-lovers of all ages. Aimed at an audience between approximately 8 to 12 years …

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Review – J.M. Preston’s The Great Poem Book

Poem Book

I’m a big poetry fan and am always interested to try new writers as I come across them so the …

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Review – Mark Binmore’s Now Is Not The Time For Trumpets

Trumpets Binmore

The synopsis for this book starts off – “Stephen Wallingford died intestate in 1990, aged 86, and has in recent …

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Review – Stephen Puleston’s Brass In Pocket

Brass In Pocket

The concept of a criminal using song lyrics really appealed to me so I read Stephen Puleston’s first Inspector Drake …

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Review – Robert Lee’s The Not So Beautiful Game

Beautiful Game

I am a huge football fan. For nine months of the year my weekend revolves around how well my fantasy …

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Review – Jonathan Lynch’s Dead Business

Dead Business

I recently had the chance to review Jonathan Lynch’s writing as I read The Gift, which was a new take …

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Review – Jonathan Lynch’s The Gift

The Gift

Jonathan Lynch is a new author to me and I’ll be honest from the outset – I was expecting a …

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Review – A new perspective on Clayton Smith’s Apocalypticon


What is it about life in a world devastated by the apocalypse that’s just so damnably interesting? I mean, really …

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Review – Andrew Chapin’s From Tragedy to Triumph: The story of John Tartaglio


John Tartaglio was a young man who contracted a very rare type of bacterial virus and, within 24 of becoming …

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Review – Matthew Berlin’s Legends of Lustria

Legends Of Lustria

The Empire had won the war against Brutanians and Elouan, 17 year old son of the new Emperor, is bored. …

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Review – Doyle Duke’s Extended Vacation

extended vacation, doyle duke

Extended Vacation is a story of rage, bigotry, fear, suffering, perseverance, secrets and a friendship that is tested to the …

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Review – Delia Strange’s Femme


A science fantasy with a touch of romance. A utopian world with a touch of slavery. Kaley Blackburn is sent …

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Review – Danielle Real’s Last Name Unknown

Last Name Unknown

Addison Walker is a bit clumsy and accident prone. From tripping over to walking into things, she is forever recovering …

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Review – James Collins’ The Judas Inheritance

The Judas Inheritance

Wow. What a story! I read this book over one weekend and just couldn’t put it down. Christopher is a …

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Review – Faith Cotter’s Paper Dragons

Paper Dragons

Paper Dragons by Faith Cotter is a remarkable short story about coping with a family member’s illness. The story starts …

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Review: Kyle Freelander’s Facing The Tide

Facing The Tide

Seventeen year old Becca and her best friend Lanie did everything together, typical teenagers with a shared adoration of horse-riding …

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Review – Mary Burton King’s Beatrice Belladonna’s Black Magic Web

Black Magic Web

13 years ago Beatrice Belladonna Joyce Watley Harlow was convicted of seven counts of murder. However four years into her …

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Review – Erika Dakin’s The Conspiracy

Theft And Sorcery 2 The Conspiracy

There is no room for love at the royal court. There is only intrigue and political manoeuvring. For Veysita, a …

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Review – Suzanne Whitfield Vince’s The Many Lives Of June Crandall

June Crandall

The debut novel from Suzanne Whitfield Vince is the story of Grace Adams. We follow her journey from being abandoned …

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Review – Adriano Bulla’s The Road To London


There is something so very special about the debut novel from Italian author Adriano Bulla. The story itself is certainly …

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