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Category - Book Reviews and Interviews

Book review – The Burning Chambers (Kate Mosse)

Book Reviews and Interviews

The story Carcassonne 1562: Nineteen-year-old (and Catholic), Minou Joubert receives a letter at her father’s bookshop. Sealed with a distinctive family crest, it contains just five words: SHE KNOWS THAT YOU LIVE. But before Minou can decipher the

Clinton confesses: “I’m crazy about thrillers!”

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Bill Clinton is now the first ex-president from America who is also the author of a thriller. He wrote The President is Missing with bestselling author James Patterson. The time Clinton spent in the White House came in

Woman_in_The_Window

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“Finn gives clues that will make you shiver with discomfort and turn ice cold when everything falls into place.”  – Helen Schöer The first few paragraphs of the Baba & Kleuter editor’s review in Die Burger of 5

Who is Lucinda Riley?

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As a little girl growing up in Ireland, Lucinda Riley aspired to be a princess, not a writer. She lived in her imagination and often played dress up with her mother’s old ball gowns and twirled around the

Meet Karina M. Szczurek

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Extract from a conversation between Samantha Page and Karina M. Szczurek, author of The Fifth Mrs Brink. Q: In The Fifth Mrs Brink you take readers on an expedition into the ‘foreign country of grief’. Had you set

Peter Swanson: Movies that inspired my writing

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Speaking to deadgoodbooks.co.uk earlier this year, Peter Swanson said that he draws from some of cinema’s best to write books that chill and thrill his readers. Here are some of his favourite films: The 39 Steps (Alfred Hitchcock,

Lana’s Review | A Harvest of Thorns by Corban Addison

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Addison’s heart-stopping novels all address human-rights issues. This one asks how a much-loved American company will spin its accountability for the death of hundreds of factory workers. A disgraced journalist looking for redemption takes on the clothing firm,

Everybody’s talking about…

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Yrsa Sigurdardóttir Civil engineer (full time) by day and crime writer by night, Iceland’s acclaimed crime writer first shot to fame with Last Rituals, her debut in 2005, which has been translated into more than 30 languages. But crime

Getting to know…

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Amanda Prowse Amanda was always scribbling notes for potential books, but it wasn’t until she was 40 that she began writing full time. Her first book, Poppy Day, tells the story of an army wife, whose incredible love

Meet Chris Carter

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Brazilian-born Chris Carter needs no introduction. This bestselling author of no less than eight crime fiction novels has hooked readers with his spellbinding Robert Hunter series. Samantha Page asked him a few questions. Q: You have a background