Monthly Archives: March 2014

Perfect – Rachel Joyce -Book 19

I had been looking forward to this book coming out in paperback since I read Rachel’s first book “The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry”.  I was also delighted to find out that the paper back release coincided with Rachel Joyce’s … Continue reading

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Book Eighteen – Kirsty Wark’s First Novel

Book 18 – The Legacy of Elizabeth Pringle – Kirsty Wark I have been eagerly awaiting this book since I first read that Kirsty Wark was publishing her first novel.  I am a great admirer of Kirsty Wark from newsnight … Continue reading

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Book 17 of 2014 -One by One in the Darkness

Book 17 Deirdre Madden – One by One in the Darkness Have had a spurt of reading over the last week or so and now have a few book reviews to write-up.  Book Seventeen was bought on the back of … Continue reading

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Orkney by Amy Sackville Book 16 of 2014

I was drawn to this book as it’s set on an Island and I am drawn to Island’s and especially Scottish Island’s.  The story is about a couple on honeymoon in a cottage by the beach on an Island.  My … Continue reading

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Robert Galbraith or JK Rowling?

Book Fifteen My fifteenth book of the year was the widely acclaimed The Cuckoo’s Calling which was widely acclaimed before it was leaked that the author was none other than JK Rowling. Sadly I did not read the rave reviews … Continue reading

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