Book Review: The Black Path by Paul Burston (@PaulBurston; @AccentPress) #144Books #Bridgend

The Official Book Blurb A dark tale of love and lies, obsession and betrayal, The Black Path will appeal to fans of 'domestic noir' and anyone who's ever wondered about the secrets people keep. How well do you really know those closest to you? Helen has been holding out for a hero all her life. …

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Rewind, recap: Weekly roundup w/e 29/01/17

Another busy week for meetings this week - you can tell 2017 is well and truly underway. If you exclude my holidays and bank holidays, weekends etc, then 8.5% of my working year is officially over already. How crazy is that? Well, I'm no less busy for the week ahead. A visit from a major …

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The Books of my Years: The Early Learning Years.

I saw something on Twitter the other day about a new release of an audio recording of Rosemary's Baby. I loved that book as a teenager, still do in fact, the chills it could send through me as I read it, and it started me thinking. Firstly, about the fact I'd love to read it again, …

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#BlogTour: Review – ‘Rupture’ by Ragnar Jónasson (@ragnarjo; @OrendaBooks; @graskeggur)

It is my absolute pleasure to be one of today's stops on the blog tour for Rupture, the lastest book in the Dark Iceland series by Ragnar Jónasson. Book four and every bit as enthralling, atmospheric and beautiful as I've come to expect and once more skilfully translated by Quentin Bates. Siglufjörður is in lock down, …

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