Tag archive for ‘Review’
By admin On Thursday, June 14th, 2018
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Human Errors book review: Rising above our weaknesses

WHETHER we believe in intelligent design or put our trust in evolution, there is one thing we all more or less agree on: the human being is a pretty nifty creation. We have colonised every part of the planet, we More...

By admin On Monday, June 11th, 2018
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Cross Her Heart book review: Haunted by secrets of the past

AFTER running away from her abusive, alcoholic ex-partner, Lisa has created a quiet and secure existence for her and her teenage daughter Ava. She works at a recruitment agency, takes Ava to swimming practice and More...

By admin On Thursday, June 7th, 2018
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How Britain Really Works review: Troubled state of the nation

AT SOME point, probably while reading the papers over breakfast, Stig Abell must have slapped a hand to his forehead and groaned: “How did it come to this?” Faced with the latest government shambles, we’ve More...

By admin On Saturday, June 2nd, 2018
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The Outsider review: Dark depths of the chiller King

WHEN Detective Ralph Anderson sets out to arrest Terry Maitland, he is 100 per cent sure that he has the right man. He is so convinced – and so incensed by what he believes Terry has done – that he decides More...

By admin On Friday, June 1st, 2018
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Our Kind of Cruelty review: Tearing at the heart of an unconventional love

READERS weary of domestic noir should pick up Our Kind Of Cruelty, a splendidly written novel that gives the genre a shot in the arm with a twist on the usual plotline. Daily Express :: Books Feed  More...

By admin On Wednesday, May 30th, 2018
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James Bond: Forever and a Day REVIEW – Anthony Horowitz’s official Casino Royale prequel

JAMES BOND returns in Anthony Horowitz’s official prequel to Ian Fleming’s Casino Royale, Forever And A Day. Daily Express :: Books Feed  More...

By admin On Thursday, May 24th, 2018
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Kate Mosse’s The Burning Chambers review: Priestly plots and happy endings

Kate Mosse, the bestselling author of Labyrinth, Sepulchre and Citadel, returns with the first book in a new historical trilogy. Daily Express :: Books Feed  More...

By admin On Sunday, May 13th, 2018
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The Burning Chambers review: The sights and sounds of France brought to life

KATE MOSSE has made south-western France her own. The co-founder of the Women’s Prize for Fiction has had a home in Carcassonne for many years and it was the setting for her bestselling Languedoc trilogy More...

By admin On Saturday, May 12th, 2018
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I’d Die For You and Other Lost Stories review: F Scott Fitzgerald’s unpublished gems

NO writer romanticised the story of 1920s and 1930s America as powerfully as F Scott Fitzgerald. His novels The Great Gatsby and Tender Is The Night remain classics of their genre, exploring the all-American themes More...

By admin On Thursday, May 10th, 2018
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Circe by Madeline Miller review: A captivating turn on a seldom told myth

MADELINE Miller’s second novel will entertain and enchant even if you don’t know the first thing about Greek mythology. Daily Express :: Books Feed  More...