Book review: Letters to the Pianist by SD Mayes

I’m always drawn to WWII stories that offer a new angle. I’ve had this one on my To Be Read list for ages, having heard brilliant things about it, and am so glad the Christmas break finally gave me a chance to read it. In war torn London, 1941, fourteen-year-old Ruth Goldberg and her two … More Book review: Letters to the Pianist by SD Mayes

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Book review: People Like Her by Ellery Lloyd

I hadn’t heard of Ellery Lloyd before but loved the sound of this very contemporary psychological suspense. Followed by millions. Hunted by one. THE INFLUENCER I need to be liked. It’s my job. My personal brand is built on honesty. Family, friendship, cheering other mothers on when things get tough.Doing it together – telling it like it … More Book review: People Like Her by Ellery Lloyd

Book review: Beneath a Starless Sky by Tessa Harris

I’m always attracted to books set in the 1930s, and having read Tessa Harris’s other historical novels, I knew this one would be gripping and meticulously researched. Munich 1930: Smoke filled the air. Lilli Sternberg’s quickening heart sounded an alarm as she rounded the street corner. Lifting her gaze to the rooftops, a roaring blaze … More Book review: Beneath a Starless Sky by Tessa Harris