Sue Monk Kidd
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Auour Ava Olafsdottir
Dumped by her husband and lover on the same day, the nameless narrator takes to the road with the deaf and visually-impaired 4 year-old son of her best friend ...
Reviewed by Clare Donaldson - Peebles
This novel charts the journey of Najwa, a young woman whose father abandoned her when she was four years old. Now with her mother dead too her grandmother ...
Reviewed by Marjorie Neilson - Staffordshire
A small, pocket-sized book of only 115 pages and worth reading if you are aiming to go to University. The book itself is one of many in 'The Bluffers Guide ...
Reviewed by Reg Seward - Leiston
For those annoyed at seeing people read Dan Brown books, here is the ideal corrective to get them. Milton specialist and professor David Ullman gets a wondrous ...
Reviewed by John Lloyd - Leicester
Deola Bello is a Nigerian from an affluent and well educated family which, like many wealthy Nigerians, maintained a home in London so they could ...
Reviewed by Carole Fitzgeorge - les plans
With it's enigmatic cover that gives nothing away and the cover quote 'Heart-wrenching yet dryly funny', this is a novel that I was intrigued by. I wasn't sure ...
Reviewed by Anne Cater - Gainsborough
Essie Fox has proved with this third novel that she really is the master of Victorian drama, and excels in making historical fiction appeal to all. I often ...
Is This Love? is set in a fictional large village; Middledip and although the cover is a mass of pink hearts, this is not just a story of love and romance, it ...
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