Ivon by Michael Aylwin pictures a 22nd century England where sport has become the driving force of politics, economics and social life. It’s a brilliant, thought-provoking satire that is both comic and tragic.
Hiding by Jenny Morton Potts is a high-quality psychological thriller that has two apparently unconnected storylines: one set in the US and the other in Scotland. It’s tightly written, with an intriguing plot and believable characters.
This indie author adapts a short story by American horror writer H. P. Lovecraft, featuring Herbert West. Read my review and an interview with Audrey where she tells us why she chose this particular story.
I was really looking forward to La Belle Sauvage, the first in Philip Pullman’s new trilogy. Would it match the high level of his excellent Dark Materials trilogy? Read my review and find out!
The Betrayals by Fiona Neill is a novel that is a psychiatrist’s dream – or nightmare. There are not just one but two dysfunctional families. It also deals with the aspect of memories, and whether they are trustworthy.
How well do you that person on the other side of the bed, office or street? After reading this book, you may be asking yourself exactly that question. Will and Iris are the perfect couple. In Love. Forever. They have perfect jobs, live in a perfect house, and are trying for the perfect child. Will […]