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'To the Lighthouse' describes the experiences of a family and their guests on the Isle of Skye, with such diverse characters as the frustrated artist Lily Briscoe; the beautiful, universally-admired Mrs Ramsay; the needy, temperamental Mr Ramsay; and their son James, who is desperate to visit the lighthouse. However, the trip only takes place many... Continue Reading →
Recently I was excited to have the opportunity to interview the very talented Helen Grant, one of my favourite authors. Her books blend together creepy mysteries, local legends, hints of the supernatural, romance, drama and intriguing foreign locations. Her first novel, 'The Vanishing of Katharina Linden', was nominated for the CILIP Carnegie medal and the second... Continue Reading →
This novel centres around the experiences of Detective Sergeant Grace Fisher as she makes a fresh start in Colchester after being humiliatingly driven away from her previous job. She is thrown in at the deep end as shortly after one girl goes missing, another is found dead and left obscenely posed on a pile of... Continue Reading →
I still remember the day When my father came staggering From the fields of blood-red poppies Like a wounded soldier The tears that bled From my mother’s eyes As she laid the proposition On the table like a shotgun. She lied. It wasn’t a proposition It was an order: no choice. You do understand? If... Continue Reading →