Category: Book Review

A Falling Friend By Sue Featherstone and Susan Pape Review By JA Warnock Published @LakewaterPress #Win A Copy

The Book  After spending her twenties sailing the globe, making love on fine white sand, and thinking only of today, Teri Meyer returns to Yorkshire – and to studying. That’s when she discovers John Wilmot, the second Earl of Rochester, and poet of all things depraved. What she doesn’t realise is even beyond his grave,

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Shepherd & the Professor By Dan Klefstad @danklefstad ~ @brwpublisher By Guest Blogger J A Warnock. #RT

About The Book Most people take comfort knowing their family and friends will remember them after they die. For Susan Shepherd, “remembering” is bullshit. She wants an eternal shrine to her sacrifice: a book that never goes out of print. Shepherd served her country in the Gulf War, got shot while serving her community as

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We Are All Made Of Stars By Rowan Coleman @rowancoleman ~@eburypublishing #Review #RT

About The Book  From the Sunday Times bestselling author of THE MEMORY BOOK, WE ARE ALL MADE OF STARS is ‘tender, poignant, hopeful’ Sunday Mirror. ‘A bittersweet story about love and letting go, you’ll remember these wonderfully affecting and very human characters long after you’ve turned the last page’ Sunday Express Stella Carey exists in

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#Review The Promise By Casey Kelleher @CaseyKelleher ~ Published @bookouture

About The Book  Two sisters. One murder. And an unbreakable bond. Growing up in squalor with their drug-addicted prostitute mother, sisters Georgie and Marnie Parker have had to endure the very darkest side of life. When their mother is sentenced for brutally murdering a client, Georgie and Marnie’s already precarious lives are blown apart and

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A House Divided by Margaret Skea @margaretskea Guest Review~ By J A Warnock

About The Book  ‘When you must face Maxwell, give evidence before Cunningham the King. Have you thought on that?’ ‘If I do not face Maxwell, I will not be able to face myself.’ Scotland 1597. The truce bCunninghamand Montgomerie clans is fragile. And for the Munro family, living in hiding under assumed names, these are

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