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Review: Whistling Past the Graveyard, Susan Crandall

Review: Whistling Past the Graveyard, Susan Crandall

“My daddy always said being brave wasn’t not being scared. Being brave was keeping going when you were.” Although I don’t usually like comparing one book to the other (especially when it is a classic) Whistling Past the Graveyard reminded me a lot of To Kill a Mockingbird. Whoa! Those… Read more »

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Review: Tyringham Park, Rosemary McLoughlin

Review: Tyringham Park, Rosemary McLoughlin

In 1917, twenty-two month old Victoria Blackshaw mysteriously disappears from her family’s country estate in Ireland.  She leaves the residents and staff at Tyringham Park bewildered as they search the grounds and surrounding villages for any sign of her. Victoria is the pretty, favoured younger sister of sullen and awkward… Read more »

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Review: Pushing the Limits, Katie McGarry

Review: Pushing the Limits, Katie McGarry

I gazed into her beautiful green eyes and her fear melted. A shy smile tugged at her lips and at my heart. Fuck me and the rest of the world, I was in love. I don’t know where to begin with this review.  I don’t often read contemporary novels they… Read more »

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Review: Happy Hour in Hell, Tad Williams

Review: Happy Hour in Hell, Tad Williams

Please note: This review is for the second book in the Bobby Dollar series and so contains spoilers for the first, The Dirty Streets of Heaven. You might prefer to read my review of that book instead! Hell is a pretty horrible place, designed to be eternal punishment. Somewhere you’d ideally avoid,… Read more »

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