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The Witch at Wayside Cross by Lisa Tuttle – a review by Jeanette Greaves

The Curious Affair of the Witch at Wayside Cross is the second book in the Jesperson and Lane detective series. You don’t have to have read the first book (The Curious Affair of the Somnambulist and the Psychic Thief) to … Continue reading

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Corpselight by Angela Slatter – the blog tour.

 

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‘Vigil’ by Angela Slatter – blog tour coming soon.

I read a book and I liked it. Find out why on July 19th.

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Everything Lost in Flash Flood 2016

My flash fiction ‘Everything Lost’ was published in this year’s FlashFlood online event. I hope you enjoy it.  

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The Museum of You by Carys Bray – a review by Jeanette Greaves

First of all, I was lucky enough to be sent a review copy of this book by the publisher. If you’ve read my review of her first novel (A Song For Issy Bradley), you’d probably guess that I would have … Continue reading

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The Grasshopper’s Child by Gwyneth Jones. A short review.

This book arrived in the post mid morning, and I’d finished it by bedtime. Every minute away from it was a minute I wanted to be back in Heidi Ryan’s difficult, terrifying world. Gwyneth Jones has given us another heroic … Continue reading

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Lancashire Authors at Chorley

Chorley and District Writers’ Circle, of which I am a member, will be joining Lancashire Authors at their Chorley event on Saturday 21st June at 1:30 pm at St George’s Church Hall, Halliwell Street, Chorley. I have quite a long … Continue reading

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Empress of the Sun by Ian McDonald – A review

The series that started with ‘Planesrunner’ and continued with ‘Be My Enemy’ continues at a rollicking pace with the third novel ‘Empress of the Sun’. It would not be wise to treat it as a stand alone novel; it hangs … Continue reading

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The Other Side of Dawn – review

The final book in John Marsden’s ‘Tomorrow’ series gives the young reader that rare and unusual gift – no easy conclusion. Since we were introduced to Ellie Linton in ‘Tomorrow, when the war begins’, we’ve followed an extraordinary and vivid … Continue reading

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A review of Impossible Spaces

You can find a review of Impossible Spaces, which mentions ‘Mistfall’, here.   

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