Auour Ava Olafsdottir
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Tupelo Hassman's 'Girlchild' tells the story of Rory Dawn Hendrix, who describes herself early on in the novel as a "... feebleminded daughter of a ...
Reviewed by Judith Griffith - Old Colwyn
Two people who wish to die, find a reason to live in each other, sounds likes love story, and yes it is, but never in the way you’d think. A book of ...
Reviewed by Debbie Start - Durham
Ike, a Nigerian, has come to America to study economics. 15 years later he drives a cab and his marriage - undertaken for the "greeen card" - has failed. He is ...
Reviewed by Hilary White - Montrose
I really enjoyed this book and wouldn't be at all surprised to see it become a favourite with book groups.
At heart there is a coming of age story. In ...
Reviewed by Berwyn Peet - Llangadog
Lemuel Gunn, formerly homicide detective and CIA agent in Afghanistan, has started a new career as a private investigator. He is persuaded by the beguiling ...
Reviewed by Adie Batt - Warlingham
When a nine year old boy is left to die inside a burning car, eleven year old Macy Conner is the only witness to the arson attack. Macy is an unusual child - ...
Reviewed by Dorothy Flaxman - Bude,Cornwall
Francis is 15 years old when he is diagnosed with leukemia. On top of that he has a family of misfits; he is seemingly the odd one out - a would be poet, ...
Reviewed by Victoria Jopling - Gateshead
This is as it says on the cover..."hilariously entertaining". One of the best quotes is on the back cover... "I often think my mother would prefer colonic ...
Reviewed by Sue Goult - Loughborough
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