#LOVEOZYA :: The Killing Code by Ellie Marney

I’m always interested in books about the evolving roles of women in recent(ish) history, and in particular the way society’s view of women changed during war times. Ellie Marney’s latest YA novel – The Killing Code – is about young women who were recruited as codebreakers for US Signals Intelligence during World War II. What […]

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Review :: THE PUSH :: Ashley Audrain

What happens when your experience of motherhood is nothing at all what you hoped for, but everything you always feared?‘The women in this family, we’re different . . .’Blythe Connor doesn’t want history to repeat itself.Violet is her first child and she will give her daughter all the love she deserves. All the love that […]

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Review :: Tell Me Lies :: J.P. Pomare

A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of participating in a readalong organised by Tandem Collective Global for J. P. Pomare’s latest novel Tell Me Lies, which is out now from Hachette. The readalong was so much fun (even though I was running a little bit late!). I have been part of a […]

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Q&A :: Petronella McGovern :: The Good Teacher

A week or so ago I reviewed Petronella McGovern’s new novel, The Good Teacher, a contemporary thriller about love and relationships and trust and community. The book absolutely grabbed me – there were so many threads and twists that just came together so cleverly, and I am absolutely fascinated by how suspense writers craft such […]

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Review :: The Survivors :: Jane Harper

Kieran Elliott’s life changed forever on the day a reckless mistake led to devastating consequences. The guilt that still haunts him resurfaces during a visit with his young family to the small coastal community he once called home. Kieran’s parents are struggling in a town where fortunes are forged by the sea. Between them all […]

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Review :: The Good Teacher :: Petronella McGovern

A good teacher can change lives… Every evening, Allison watches her husband’s new house, desperate to find some answers. Every morning, she puts on a brave face to teach kindergarten. She’s a good teacher, everyone says so – this stalking is just a tiny crack in her usual self-control. A late enrolment into her class […]

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