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New non-fiction: Writers’ Houses by Nick Channer

Writers’ Houses: Where Great Books Began Foreword by Julian Fellowes Step inside the homes of some of the world’s finest writers and experience for yourself the surroundings that inspired them to write. Writers’ Houses reflects Britain’s impressive literary and architectural heritage, offering a revealing insight into how leading British writers lived and wrote. Illustrated in […]

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New fiction: A Narrow Victory by Faith Martin

A Narrow Victory Once again, ex-DI Hillary Greene is delving into the archives, trying to discover who killed an interior designer at a New Years’ Eve Party in 1999. Somebody clearly didn’t want Felix Olliphant to enjoy the momentous occasion of seeing in not only a brand new year, but a brave new millennium. The trouble is, the more […]

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New fiction: A Death at South Gare by Dan Latus

A Death at South Glare Private investigator Frank Doy makes an off-duty visit to the South Gare, the breakwater at the mouth of the River Tees. He is looking forward to seeing a spectacular high-tide in that wild, windswept place. Instead, he sees a man in the sea with no hope of rescue or survival, and shortly afterwards three men who he […]

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its in the cards

OUT NOW: It’s in the Cards by Pamela Fudge

It’s in the Cards Ellen Carson is still heart whole and fancy-free at forty – and that is just the way she likes it. Growing up in a crowded family home has given her a yearning for the quiet life, and watching her older siblings make a mess of their relationships has left her grimly […]

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Author of Fell the Angels and Hurricane Hole

New Historical Fiction: Cardigan Bay by John Kerr

When Major Charles Davenport is evacuated to England, to recuperate from a battle wound received at Tobruk a letter is awaiting him from his wife in London, informing him that she’s in love with another man and wants a divorce. Mary Kennedy is a young Irish-American who has moved to her grandparent’s cottage in Ireland […]

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Shades of Light

OUT NOW: Shades of Light by Ruth De Fraga Gomes

Ruth De Fraga Gomes comes from a fashion background, but retrained whilst her children were small so that she could work from home. She continues to glean inspiration from fashion and indulges her passion for fabrics, trim and embellishment through the craft; some say she is actually a frustrated milliner as her shades often resemble […]

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Basic Watercolour

OUT NOW: Basic Watercolour by Charles Williams

After a long period living and working in that bustling artistic centre that is London’s East End, Charles Williams is now living in a vast, crumbling mansion in an obscure town in Kent, painting and writing, and teaching at Canterbury Christ Church University. Williams’ work has been shown in public and commercial galleries in the […]

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Love Byte by David Atkinson

OUT NOW: Love Byte by David Atkinson

David Atkinson was born in Glasgow, but now enjoys a hectic life in Edinburgh with his wife and two young daughters. He has previously been involved with repertory theatre, performing in various shows, and contributing to script and production work. Edinburgh, with its vibrant and energetic literary heritage and independent and quirky bookshops, provides his […]

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