Review: The girl on the train by Paula …

I’d heard a lot about this book. It came along to dominate the book charts with the talked about buzz many authors would kill for.…

Review: The Wrong Knickers; A decade of chaos …

When you look back on your life so far, there are certain episodes, many stages, which you remember partly with fondness and mainly with horror. The diary…

Review: The Ice Princess by Camilla Lackberg

I recently came across this gem on a friend’s bookshelf. Originally published in Sweden in 2003 as Isprinsessan, it was translated in 2009 by Steven…

Book review: The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert …

  Cormoran Strike is a highly unusual man in many ways. An army veteran, he has retired with injury to spend time with his remaining…

Book review: Dance with the enemy by Rob …

    There is nothing more strangely compelling than a killer with heart and Carl Logan is just that. Operating on the edges of society, of…

Review: Shopaholic to the stars by Sophie Kinsella

  This is the much-awaited latest instalment of the Shopaholic series which has proved a huge best seller for British author Sophie Kinsella. With the…

Review: The Greatest English Detective Club by Forest …

The Greatest English Detective Club is an unusual concept – a very British children’s novel by an American author with obvious passion for England and…