The Midnight Rose

The Midnight Rose

The Midnight Rose by Lucinda Riley is just the kind of book I like when I want a bit of indulgence, so it was perfect…

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Reading the Amish

Reading the Amish

Whilst in Philadelphia in June I took a day’s holiday at the end of my trip and used it as an opportunity to visit the…

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Hothouse Flower

Hothouse Flower

Hothouse Flower by Lucinda Riley immediately appealed to me. Whilst you should never judge a book by its cover, its description reminded me of a…

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The Shell Seekers

The Shell Seekers

The Shell Seekers by Rosamund Pilcher is one of my favourite books. It has some of the best writing I’ve come across that describes ageing…

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Shadow of the Moon

Shadow of the Moon

As holiday reading lying by the pool and on the beach this week in Corfu,¬†Shadow of the Moon¬†by M M Kaye could not be beaten….

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On the guilty pleasure of reading a trashy book

On the guilty pleasure of reading a trashy book

When it comes to fiction, apart from loving a bit of crime and historical fiction, I like to think that I normally read what’s usually…

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