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Book review: The Lost Swimmer by Ann Turner

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Rebecca Wilding has it all – a great job, a handsome husband, and two successfully grown up kids. Her husband, Stephen, has been acting a little odd, but hopefully their holiday to Europe will cure any small ills in the relationship. However, Rebecca's problems can't be written off as small ills, and by the time she figures out how deep they are it might be too late...

Book review: Season Of Shadow and Light by Jenn J McLeod

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Paige Turner is at a crossroads in her life. She packs up her daughter Mati and her step-mother Alice and takes a trip to the country, leaving her husband behind. She's hoping to find something about her past, about the mother she lost as a young girl. But has she bitten off more than she can chew?

Book review: Children Of The Jacaranda Tree by Sahar Delijani

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A haunting and beautiful weave of stories, tying two generations over twenty years to the tragic city of Tehran.

Book review: Dedication by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus

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McLaughlin and Kraus are back - and in my opinion, even better than before. Dedication is the quintessential girl's fantasy, with an unexpected happily ever after - where the girl makes the rules.

Book review: The Rum Diary by Hunter S. Thompson

The Rum Diary is a sweaty lusty booze-filled Caribbean odyssey.

Book review: A Load Of Old Ball Crunchers by Jo Brand

If this was a stand-up routine, it would be one of those “themed” ones from a festival which is, sometimes despite itself, funny, and actually stands up better than a lot of the other fluff going around.

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