Monthly Archives: August, 2018

Implant by guest author Ray Clark

I am delighted to welcome Ray Clark to the blog today. His new book, Implant, is a must read for the summer. As a special treat, Ray entices us in today with an excerpt from the book! Over to you, Ray: Bramfield, near Leeds, a sleepy little market town nestled on the borders of West …

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Still Life by Louise Penny

I had never read anything by Canadian author, Louise Penny, and as we share a surname, I decided I should do so. Still Life is her first novel featuring her recurring character Arnaud Gamache, so it seemed as good a place to start as any. The novel was published by St. Martin’s Paperbacks on 1 …

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Night driver by guest author Marcelle Perks

Heavily pregnant Frannie is facing a crisis. An English woman living in Germany, her marriage is failing, her language skills are hopeless, and she feels like a fish out of water in a foreign country. In a positive effort to tackle her problems she learns to drive so she can cope when her baby is …

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Sweatpants At Tiffanie’s by guest author Pernille Hughes

Sweatpants At Tiffanie’s will be published on August 3rd, 2018 in ebook followed by paperback on October 18th, by HarperImpulse. My friend and fellow author Pernille Hughes has taken time out today to stop by and visit my blog to tell me about it. Thank you for this – now over to you, Pernille! This is …

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