Jessica Barry’s Freefall

My goodness, this is a gripping read! Beginning with a plane crash, we follow the sole survivor, Allison, as she makes her way across America in an attempt to get home to her mother, Maggie, who believes her daughter died in the wreckage. We slowly piece together Allison’s life before the crash, and we become … Continue reading Jessica Barry’s Freefall

In The Full Light Of The Sun – Clare Clark #BlogTour

Taking her inspiration from the discovery and sale of a series of Van Gogh paintings in Weimar Berlin, Clare Clark’s brilliant new novel is a thought-provoking look at the politics of the art world and its impact on those who risk their reputations in this unstable environment. The fact that the story is set in … Continue reading In The Full Light Of The Sun – Clare Clark #BlogTour

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

Nicole Harkin’s Tilting #BlogBlitz #Review

I guess that everyone has a moment in their childhood when they suddenly realise that what is normal in their house doesn’t necessarily happen in other homes. Usually this is something minor, something that ultimately becomes a familiar routine or in-joke. However, for some, this realisation can be more stark, more defining in terms of … Continue reading Nicole Harkin’s Tilting #BlogBlitz #Review