Monthly Archives: July 2016

Conspiracy by S.J. Parris

‘Conspiracy’ is the 5th novel by S.J. Parris featuring the 16th century excommunicated philosopher Giordano Bruno. It is 1585 and Bruno has arrived back in Paris after many years in exile in England. He is hoping for more work from … Continue reading

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Redemption Road by John Hart

‘Redemption Road’ was one of the best novels that I’ve read for a while. I’m particularly pleased after my disappointment with ‘The King of Lies’. There are a number of separate sub-plots running through the story that eventually tie together. … Continue reading

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Bloodhounds by Peter Lovesey

‘Bloodhounds’ is Peter Lovesey’s 4th Inspector Peter Diamond novel and is a golden age locked room mystery. As with all of Lovesey’s novels it is a delightful and easy read. Shirley-Ann Miller has just joined the Bloodhounds. They are an … Continue reading


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Rebecca Whitney Profile and Books

Rebecca Whitney grew up in the small village of Steyning near Brighton. She always wrote, filling many notebooks during her life but never considered writing as a serious career option. Whitney completed a BA in creative arts, worked in a … Continue reading

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