Helen Cullen’s The Lost Letters of William Woolf #review

This is a fascinating tale, taking as its starting point a fascinating location – the place where lost letters, those with illegible or incomplete postal addresses, end up. ‘Lost letters have only one hope for survival. If they are caught between two worlds, with an unclear destination and no address of sender, the lucky ones … Continue reading Helen Cullen’s The Lost Letters of William Woolf #review

Madam Tulip and the Bones of Chance – Review and a conversation with David Ahern

David Ahern's Derry O'Donnell, together with her fortune-reading alter-ego Madam Tulip, is now on her third adventure, this time in the highlands of Scotland. I was very happy to see that familiar characters are back - there's much to love about Derry's opportunistic father, this time embroiled in buying an ancestral home, and Derry's ever … Continue reading Madam Tulip and the Bones of Chance – Review and a conversation with David Ahern

James Hartley’s The Invisible Hand – Blog Tour post and Giveaway

Macbeth has featured on the English syllabuses for so many, many years that it's a safe bet as Hartley's choice for his first foray into his planned Shakespeare's Moon sequence. Using key events from the Scottish play as his starting point, he establishes a narrative in which Sam, a student at St. Francis de Sales … Continue reading James Hartley’s The Invisible Hand – Blog Tour post and Giveaway