The Letters Page, Vol 3. edited by Jon McGregor is a celebration of handwritten correspondence. This epistolary journal […]

This is an entertaining journey back in time for many teenage girls reading in the 70’s, 80s & […]

How brilliant it is to get to review a book about a train journey, whilst on the train […]

The Folio Society really do make beautiful books. From the binding to the paper choice, in the subtleties […]

For me, writing good fiction is about punching the reader through the chest and laying hold of their […]

There are few better ways for the crime writer to investigate the complexities of character than through a […]

I just read Dante and the Lobster over coffee and an unnecessarily large amount of mini flapjacks. Now […]

I first discovered Fortune Box when I saw it appear in Kendall Reviews best books of 2018 – these […]

Lauren Bailey has disappeared, and Matt is having nightmares. I don’t often read horror, though I’m not sure […]

This is a sequel to The Silk Roads (2015). It researches how past migration effects our world today. […]