Will the Borrowbox App Make You Happy?

Back to reading Guess how may books I’ve read since we went into lockdown at the end of March? 0 Yes, that’s right – I have read ZERO books! A big fat ZERO! Obviously, my trips to the library came to a sudden halt…. but I have books on my bookshelves which I thought I […]

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Book Review: Recalled to Death by Priscilla Masters

‘Recalled to Death‘ is the sixth book in the Martha Gunn, police procedural series by the ever reliable Priscilla Masters. Martha Gunn Martha Gunn is a coroner who lives in Shrewsbury, has uncontrollable flaming red hair and is the mother of twins. Her husband died when the twins were babies. (The twins are now adults […]

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Big Sky by Kate Atkinson: Book Review

Jackson Brodie Jackson Brodie is back and a collective cheer rings out across the country. It’s been way too long! Big Sky is the fifth book in the Jackson Brodie series by Kate Atkinson. Jackson is living in Yorkshire. I can’t remember if that’s where he lived before; it’s been too long and my memory […]

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Book Review: The Reaper by Peter Lovesey

They Say: A dark, delicious tale of a popular village cleric who has no conscience After years spent saving souls, Otis Joy, the rector of St. Bartholomew’s Church in Foxford, Wiltshire, has found a new calling: ending lives. His young French wife? Anaphylactic shock, what a shame. The bishop? Fell into a quarry. Tragic. It’s […]

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