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By admin On Friday, December 15th, 2017
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Winter reading for women: Put you into Yuletide

The Christmas Secret ***** by Karen Swan  Pan, £7.99  EXECUTIVE business coach Alex Hyde is hired by a whisky distillery on the Scottish island of Islay to tame their renegade sales CEO Lochlan Farquhar. More...

By admin On Friday, December 15th, 2017
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Festive crackers ready to bring a little joy to your world

NC/GETTY An Almost Perfect Christmas, by Nina Stibbe This festive gem of a stocking filler is a short collection of her musings on Christmas, punctuated with quirky seasonal short stories.  Stibbe More...

By admin On Sunday, December 10th, 2017
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A Winter's tale: This week's best books in fiction, thrillers, cooking and more

PH Fiction: The Music shop, Tin Man and Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine Fiction The Music Shop by Rachel Joyce (Doubleday, £14.99) Frank owns a music shop which is under threat from local More...

By admin On Saturday, December 9th, 2017
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Susannah Constantine: My six best books – All my favourite books have a snow theme

MISS SMILLA’S FEELING FOR SNOW by Peter Høeg Harvill, £8.99  All my favourite books are set in snow. Snow is like a new beginning. I also love Scandinavian novelists and thrillers. A cerebral thriller More...

By admin On Friday, December 8th, 2017
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This week's best books for children aged five to nine: Toto, The Wizard Of Once and more

A delightful retelling of The Wizard Of Oz from the perspective of a little dog called Toto, it will enchant children and parents alike.  Cressida Cowell, author of the How To Train Your Dragon series, returns More...

By admin On Friday, December 8th, 2017
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Christmas star buys for young adults

Helena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo’s GOOD NIGHT STORIES FOR REBEL GIRLS (Particular Books, £20) is a collection of 100 potted histories of women who have helped their fellow females to travel one step further More...

By admin On Saturday, December 2nd, 2017
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The Midnight Line review: Jack Reacher returns and he has changed – is age catching up?

He strolls past a pawn shop in America’s Midwest and spots a graduation ring from West Point, the US military academy in New York where he honed his own skills. An engraving reads SRS 2005 and the ring More...

By admin On Friday, December 1st, 2017
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Freefall review: High octane thriller about a photojournalist

Eight months after Wallace confronted the killer nicknamed Pendulum, who targeted seemingly random people in the UK and America, Wallace is still coming to terms with what he was forced to do. The story opens More...

By admin On Friday, December 1st, 2017
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Resort To Murder review: Local reporter Judy Dimont investigates when a body is found

Our heroine duly sets to work over cups of bad coffee at the Espresso Bongo or a beaker of rum at the Old Jawbones and we are soon negotiating more twists and turns than Miss Dimont makes on her moped Herbert More...

By admin On Thursday, November 30th, 2017
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Philip Pullman: La Belle Sauvage is named Waterstones Book of the Year

La Belle Sauvage, the first volume of Pullman’s new Book of Dust series was published last month to great critical applause and gave him his first No 1 bestseller. After hearing of his award Pullman, best More...

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