Tag: Red Door Publishing

What Lies Around Us by Andrew Crofts @RedDoorBooks #LoveBooks

What Lies Around Us by Andrew Crofts It is possible that since this book’s publication you will have heard that I have died in ‘suspicious circumstances’. Obviously I hope that will not be the case, but I believe it is worth taking the risk in order to get this story out there. Why would one

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#BookReview A Perfect Marriage @booth_alison @RedDoorBooks

It’s our stop on A Perfect Marriage Book Blog Tour, Kimberly Livingston is here to give us her thoughts. A Perfect Marriage is written by Alison Booth and published by Red Door. |Synopsis| Sally Lachlan has a secret that has haunted her for a decade, is it now time to let it go? A chance

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The Spaces In Between by Collin Van Reenan @RedDoorBooks #Review #TheSpacesInBetween

On the blog today I have a review of The Space In Between by Collin Van Reenan. A book that had me sleeping with the lights on. Published on the 15th of February 2018 by Red Door Publishing. Paperback: 288 pages Publisher: RedDoor Publishing Ltd (15 Feb. 2018) Language: English ISBN-10: 191045348X ISBN-13: 978-1910453483 | Synopsis | There is Truth and

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Being Simon Haines By @TomMacAulay80 @RedDoorBooks #Review

Thank you to Red Door Publishing who sent us a copy of Being Simon Haines.  Meet Simon Haines. For a decade he’s been chasing his dream: partnership at the legendary, family-run law firm of Fiennes & Plunkett. The gruelling hours and manic intensity of his job have come close to breaking him, but he has

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Dear You By Tessa Broad @TessaBroad ‏ @RedDoorBooks #GuestReview Kimberly Livingston

Dear You By Tessa Broad Red Door Books Publishing ~ 26/06/2017 ISBN-10: 1910453404 Goodreads Guest Review ~ Kimberly Livingston Tess Broad wanted children. She longed for them. It wasn’t to be. In this candid and moving memoir, Tess writes to the children that never were. She writes to them as their adult selves with openness and

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Blood & Destiny Chris Bishop ~@RedDoorBooks ~ J A Warnock #Review

I lived in a troubled time when the shores of this land were ravaged by fierce, blood-crazed raiders who feared nothing, not even death itself. It is 878 and Wessex stands alone against Guthrum’s Viking hordes as all England cowers beneath their raven banner. With most of his army destroyed following a surprise attack at

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Because I Was Lonely By @HayleyMitchellc ~ Published @RedDoorBooks #Review

Finished this last night and it was for sure a special read. It’s Hayley Mitchell’s debut novel with Red Door Publishing but it will not be her last. The first chapter had me sitting with my chin on my chest, scared to read the next page. The best opening to a book I have ever

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