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

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

I will admit that until a copy of Red Birds was sent to me to review, I only […]

A country is an amalgamation of dreams and nightmares: a torrent of conflicting visions that bash and crash […]

If you didn’t know The Study Circle was a debut novel before you read it, I guarantee you never […]

Bindlestiff is one of those books that took forever to read, forever in a good way…I just didn’t […]

There is so much with This Dreaming Isle to marvel at, from the inception of the remarkable concept […]

I am not a huge fan of fantasy books and so this was a bit different for me […]

Walter Turner – a dentist from Mississippi, has shot a lion. Not just any lion. He’s shot Cyril, […]

Short story anthologies are [for me at least] a treat. Something to dip in and out of, to […]