Monthly Archives: May, 2021

Boy Soldier by Andy McNab and Robert Rigby

I recently set one of my tutor groups to read Boy Soldier by Andy McNab and Robert Rigby. To make sense of the challenge and allow me to set questions, I read the book too. The Blurb Danny Watts’s grandfather, Fergus, was a traitor. One of the worst sort. An SAS explosives expert who betrayed …

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Memories and Stages of Love (vol. 1) by Racquel Singleton-Quiney

I recently received a copy of of Memories and Stages of Love (vol.1) written by Racquel Singleton-Quiney. It is a beautifully produced book full of poems, quotes and reflections of love, life and relationships. Truly, I had no idea what to expect from this book, but I was entranced by the wisdom and truth of …

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Paparazzi by Jo Fenton

I think this is the fourth novel by Jo Fenton that I have read and I have enjoyed each one, but in Paparazzi, this author really comes into her own. It is an exceptional novel that tells a complex story dealing with murder, fame, stalking and PTSD. The Blurb It’s thirty years since Becky White …

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Hunter’s Chase in Audiobook

I am extremely excited because the first novel in my series, The Edinburgh Crime Mysteries is now available as an audiobook. It is read by an Edinburgh man, Sean Pia. He went to Leith Academy, a state school in Edinburgh, which boasts around 900 pupils and is the school that my main character, Detective Inspector …

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