Go set a Watchman by Harper Lee

Format: Paperback Publisher: William Heinemann London Published: July 2015 Pages: 278 Pages The Blurb Maycomb, Alabama, Twenty-six-year-old Jean Louise Finch – ‘Scout’ – returns home from New York City to visit her ageing father, Atticus. Set against the backdrop of the civil rights tensions and political turmoil that were transforming the South, Jean Louise’s homecomingContinue reading “Go set a Watchman by Harper Lee”

Miss Carter’s War by Shelia Hancock

Her arms holding very tight, the soft perfume, her cheek wet against hers. ‘Don’t worry, ma petite, Maman and Papa will see you again soon’. Format: Paperback Publisher: Bloomsbury Books Published: October 9th 2014 (My Birthday!) Pages:  432 Pages The Blurb It is 1948 and the young and beautiful Marguerite Carter has lost her parentsContinue reading “Miss Carter’s War by Shelia Hancock”

The Fair Fight by Anna Freeman

Some call the prize ring a nursery for vice… Format: Paperback Publisher: Weidenfeld & Nicolson London Published: August 28th 2014 Pages: 436 pages The Blurb Born into a brothel, Ruth’s future looks bleak until she catches the eye of Mr Dryer. A rich Bristol merchant and enthusiast of the ring, he trains gutsy Ruth asContinue reading “The Fair Fight by Anna Freeman”

The Other Place – Carol Arnall

Format: E-book (Kindle) Published: September 3rd 2011 Pages: 272 Pages The Blurb Chrissie James is a troubled soul: with family problems, unexplained phobias and a stalker to contend with, she seeks help with a hypnotherapist. Whilst in therapy, Chrissie discovers she has led a past life. Will living a previous life help Chrissie to discover theContinue reading “The Other Place – Carol Arnall”

The Tea Planter’s Daughter – Janet MacLeod Trotter

Format: E-Book (Kindle) Published: 26th April 2012 Pages: 266 Pages Series: Tyneside Sagas #1 The Blurb 1905 INDIA: Clarissa Belhaven and her younger sister Olive find their carefree life on their father’s tea plantation threatened by his drinking and debts. Wesley Robson, a brash young rival businessman, offers to help save the plantation in exchangeContinue reading “The Tea Planter’s Daughter – Janet MacLeod Trotter”

The Mill River Redemption – Darcie Chan

Today, the review of The Mill River Redemption comes to you from my Mum, Annette. She’s asked me to type it up for her as she isn’t too good on computers and prefers to just let someone else do it! It was nice to spend some time with my Mum talking about books and moreContinue reading “The Mill River Redemption – Darcie Chan”