"A Knife for Harry Dodd" is a wonderful piece of detective fiction originally published in the 1950s. George Bellairs tells a very British story of murders in the countryside which I mostly enjoyed but a few niggles here and there knocked a couple of points off in my eyes - 3 stars.
“Expectation” explores how female friendships change over time. I found it to be very relatable and enjoyed learning about the lives and friendships between Hannah, Cate and Lissa. It’s 5 stars from me!
"Malamander" is a really fun read which comes highly recommended for its target audience. I've just found out that this book is going to be part of a series, and wish the author all the best with that!
It’s my stop on the “Attend” blog tour! I enjoyed this magically story and I enjoyed questioning what was really going on. "Attend" is imaginative and well written which makes it a good read in my books.
Rose and Rosie have put together an honest look at their lives and how they have become the people they are today. As YouTube stars with around 750,000 followers, these girls are entertaining and it felt like I was having a chat with two of my close friends. I'm sure their long term fans will love it even more than I did, it's 4 stars from me.
A tale of love, loss, friends, family and self-discovery, I really enjoyed "The Possible World" - 5 stars!
I loved this tale of London in the future and I actually can't stop thinking about it now I've finished. It was so interesting to read something so awful that you actually could see becoming a sad reality. I liked all of the characters and the style of the writing, but it's the topic that makes "Sweet Fruit, Sour Land" 5 stars for me.
A crazy little story about a young woman trying to get by. Mona is a great character who you don't necessarily like but you want to do well. It's certainly quirky but not enough to put you off it. I'm giving "Pretend I'm Dead" 4 stars.
A small peek into the family life of Hamish Brown during WW2. It's full of interesting detail which will bring back memories for many people. This isn't really my kind of thing, but there were parts I enjoyed and I'll be passing this book on to those who it would be better suited for - it's 3 stars from me.
It's clear that this book has been written from the heart. Recommended for lovers of contemporary romance, it's 4 stars for "A Long Goodbye" and I wish Anthony Le Moignan all the best with this and future novels.