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Lothian Life calls David Atkinson’s Love Byte ‘delightful’ and ‘quirky’

Lothian Life have reviewed Edinburgh-based romantic comedy Love Byte by David Atkinson and are impressed by the balance the author strikes in this ‘quirky’ tale. ‘It’s not an easy course to follow, but David Atkinson gets the balance just right and has produced a delightful romantic comedy that will make great holiday reading.’ For the […]

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A Strange Inheritance by Mark Neilson

The Bookbag Reviews ‘A Strange Inheritance’ by Mark Neilson

The Bookbag have reviewed Mark Neilson’s new novel ‘A Strange Inheritance’, calling it ‘heart warming’ and a ‘feel-good story’. The reviewer also delighted in descriptions of North Yorkshire, adding: ‘Mark Neilson has the sounds perfectly – which might sound odd, but once you’ve been to the area you know exactly what he means.’ A Strange […]

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Identity Crisis by Bill Kitson

Eurocrime Reviews ‘Identity Crisis’ by Bill Kitson

Eurocrime have reviewed Bill Kitson’s Identity Crisis, calling it a “thrilling, well-plotted story”. The latest in a long line of Mike Nash crime thrillers, Identity Crisis follows the Helmsdale police force as they try to track down The Cremator, a sadistic serial killer. Eurocrime had the following to say about Kitson’s books: “His books are […]

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Sherlock Holmes and the Queen of Diamonds Review on MyShelf

In the recent Myshelf review of Sherlock Holmes and the Queen of Diamonds, written by Hale writing team Steve Hayes and David Whitehead, the book was called “refreshing” and “different”. “…you can expect a fast-paced and intriguing tale with plenty of action and a good feel for the seamy side of Victorian London.” Read the full […]

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