The Railway Man

The Railway Man by Eric Lomax is described as “a remarkable true story of forgiveness–a tremendous testament to the courage that propels one toward remembrance, and finally, peace with the...
1 Comment

The Kingmaker’s Daughter

Anyone picking up The Kingmaker’s Daughter as their first Philippa Gregory book will not be disappointed. Anyone who has already read The White Queen, The Red Queen and The Lady of the Rivers ma...
3 Comments

The Scarpetta Factor

I enjoy Patricia Cornwall and have enjoyed her Scarpetta series in the past but The Scarpetta Factor just didn’t work for me. What storyline there was worked OK but the book was too disjointed, ...

The Colour Of Law

You have read The Colour Of Money by Mark Gimenez, even if you have never heard of him, as there is not one original thought or story line in the book. It is a ‘copy and paste’ of cliche&#...

Dead Man’s Time

I think this is the 8th Peter James book I have read, which will tell you that they are easy to read. Good story line, minimal fussing about with characters – tells you what is needed but gets o...

The Secret Keeper

Just finished The Secret Keeper by Kate Morton, my first of her books. Sandra loved it which really should have warned me. She likes books with lots of characters to immerse yourself in. As with real ...

When Will There Be Good News

When Will There Be Good News by Kate Atkinson is probably the best Kate Atkinson book that I have read. In rural Devon, six-year-old Joanna Mason witnesses an appalling crime. Thirty years later the m...

Dead Simple

Possibly my favourite so far! Clever (but warped) back story of a prank gone wrong. Great characters, including the continuation of Detective Superintendent Roy Grace’s life. It is possibly the ...

Looking Good Dead

Really enjoyed this book. Great (but sick) back story of snuff movies . Great characters, including the continuation of Detective Superintendent Roy Grace’s life. I don’t think I have any ...