My Bookish Month · Posts 2017

My Bookish Month – July

July has certainly been a wonderful bookish month for me. Somehow I managed sixteen reads. SIXTEEN! That’s my new monthly record since becoming a mum. Leo has recently got into a really good nap routine so I’m finding it easier to get time for reading, reviewing and blogging. I’m enjoying it while it lasts. I’ve… Continue reading My Bookish Month – July

Posts 2017 · Reviews · Reviews 2017

Review – ‘At First Light’ by Vanessa Lafaye

THE BOOK 1993, Key West, Florida. When a Ku Klux Klan official is shot in broad daylight, all eyes turn to the person holding the gun: a 96-year-old Cuban woman who will say nothing except to admit her guilt. 1919. Mixed-race Alicia Cortez arrives in Key West exiled in disgrace from her family in Havana.… Continue reading Review – ‘At First Light’ by Vanessa Lafaye

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Review – ‘The Good Daughter’ by Karin Slaughter

THE BOOK Two girls are forced into the woods at gunpoint. One runs for her life. One is left behind… Twenty-eight years ago, Charlotte and Samantha Quinn’s happy smalltown family life was torn apart by a terrifying attack on their family home. It left their mother dead. It left their father – Pikeville’s notorious defence… Continue reading Review – ‘The Good Daughter’ by Karin Slaughter

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Review – ‘The Sunshine Sisters’ by Jane Green

THE BOOK It was never easy, being one of Ronni Sunshine’s daughters. Publicly, she is the glamorous, successful, dramatic Hollywood actress. Privately, she is self-absorbed, angry, and a disinterested, narcissistic mother. Now in her seventies, Ronni has had strange symptoms for a while, but has refused to believe her diagnosis: she has ALS, a degenerative motor… Continue reading Review – ‘The Sunshine Sisters’ by Jane Green

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Review – ‘Cream Buns and Crime’ by Robin Stevens

  THE BOOK Daisy and Hazel invite you to discover their untold stories. Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are famous for the murder cases they have solved – but there are many other mysteries in the pages of Hazel’s casebook, from the macabre Case of the Deepdean Vampire, to the baffling Case of the Blue… Continue reading Review – ‘Cream Buns and Crime’ by Robin Stevens

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Review – ‘Gather The Daughters’ by Jennie Melamed

  THE BOOK On a small isolated island, there’s a community that lives by its own rules. Boys grow up knowing they will one day reign inside and outside the home, while girls know they will be married and pregnant within moments of hitting womanhood. But before that time comes, there is an island ritual… Continue reading Review – ‘Gather The Daughters’ by Jennie Melamed