Monthly Archives: April, 2016

Turquoise Summer by Mary Beth Lagerborg

Our friend Maureen came to visit recently. She brought with her Turquoise Summer by Mary Beth Lagerborg. Mary Beth is a personal historian who captures clients’ memoirs or family stories in custom-published books. She is already the author of nine non-fiction books, and is co-creator, with Mimi Wilson, of the ultimate do-ahead dinner technique, Once-A-Month Cooking. …

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The Ties That Bind by Erin Kelly

I met Erin Kelly for the first time last summer when I attended The Swanwick Writers’ Summer School at which she led an excellent course. I enjoyed the summer school and you can read my review about it at bookreviewstoday.info/2015/11/15/swanwick-writers-summer-school-2015/. Erin Kelly is a very impressive tutor. I like her style and her approach to writing, …

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Deadly Communion by Frank Tallis

Deadly Communion was book of the month for my book group recently. It is not a book that I would have picked up of my own accord. The author is a British writer and clinical psychologist. He has held lecturing posts in clinical psychology and neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry and King’s College, London. Although he has …

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The Pale Horseman by Bernard Cornwell

Bernard Cornwell’s book, The Pale Horseman, is one of those books I always felt I should have read. My husband has had it sitting in his book shelves for as long as I can remember so, at last, I have taken the chance to read it. The title comes from The Bible: The Book of …

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