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Small Pleasures

Small Pleasures

It’s a while since I read a novel that so throughly captivated me in the way that Small Pleasures by Clare Chambers did. It is…

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Operation Moonlight

Operation Moonlight

I recently went to a talk about the history behind Operation Moonlight by its author Louise Morrish in Portsmouth and bought a copy. It’s a debut…

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Bournville

Bournville

I was looking forward to reading Bournville by Jonathan Coe, having so enjoyed Middle England and Mr Wilder and Me, and it absolutely didn’t disappoint. As…

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Hemingway

Hemingway

Having watched the amazing Ken Burns documentary on Hemingway, I decided to read A Farewell to Arms, a fictionalised account of the author’s time in…

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Small Wars

Small Wars

Small Wars by Sadie Jones was recommended to me, given its setting in Cyprus in the British military not long after World War Two is…

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A Woman of Cairo

A Woman of Cairo

I came across A Woman of Cairo by Noel Barber by accident, and given it covers Cairo in World War Two, a subject I am interested…

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Ashton Hall

Ashton Hall

I got Ashton Hall by Lauren Belfer as a birthday present this summer, and settled down to read it in the August heatwave, having enjoyed…

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Nemesis

Nemesis

I read Nemesis by Rory Clements in June, having really enjoyed the earlier books in the Professor Tom Wilde series – Corpus and Nucleus. This…

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Nucleus

Nucleus

Having really enjoyed reading Corpus, the first in the Professor Tom Wilde series, I took Nucleus by Rory Clements for some holiday reading when I…

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A Dangerous Fortune

A Dangerous Fortune

Having read The Key to Rebecca in April, I want on to read another novel by one of my favourite writers Ken Follett (see my…

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