Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 17/6/19

It was a bumper week for books, which was great because it certainly wasn't a good one for the weather! It looks like July is going to be a great month for staying in… The Emerald Tablet by Meaghan Wilson Anastasios (available 25th June) arrived from Pan Macmillan. It features archaeologist Benedict Hitchens once again,... Continue Reading →


REVIEW:Blessing in Disguise by Danielle Steel

In brief: Isabelle has had an eventful life but has three beautiful – and incredibly different – daughters. But a chain of events sets off one more secret that needs to be revealed… The good: Isabelle's life is never boring – both heartbreaking and fascinating. The not-so-good: Perhaps the blurb gives away a bit too... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: The Glovemaker by Ann Weisgarber

In brief: It's winter in Utah Territory, 1888 and Deborah is waiting for her husband to return home. But a stranger crosses her doorstep and the small town of Junction is changed forever. The good: A beautifully written story. The not-so-good: I read it rather quickly! Why I chose it: Historical fiction, mysterious strangers, a... Continue Reading →

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