soap bubbles dripped from the handle and he said: you could at least use one I haven’t just washed she said: you could at least learn to dry up if you wanted to write a story through poetry, with each poem loosely linking to the other, I Left the Room Burning is how you would … Continue reading Book Review. I Left the Room Burning by Beth O’Brien.
Before there was time to bolt the door, a Krillitane forced its head through, trying to push it open, but the monster hadn’t counted on Gertrude and her candlestick. ‘He squeezed through the tiny gap, grateful that this particular crisis had happened during his tenth life. Heaven help them all if it had been his … Continue reading Book Review. The Krillitane Storm by Christopher Cooper.
‘Life is a kind of one-way track – just their own progress through it. Other people seem to them just like – like wall-paper in a room.’ She paused and then said. ‘I think Heather Badcock was that kind of person.’ the mirror crack’d from side to side: ‘the doom has come upon me.’ cried … Continue reading Book Review. The Mirror Crack’d From Side to Side by Agatha Christie.
Never the Bride is a comfort read for me, I have read it so many times and it is shocking I still have not read the next book in the series with our protagonist Brenda. Set in Whitby, Brenda runs a B+B and she wants a quiet life. (I can relate with that) Her friend, … Continue reading Book Review. Never the Bride by Paul Magrs.
The reader is introduced to a whole community of people in Murder at St Anne’s and because there has been a murder in the very church of this community, they all have their own alibis, knowledge and secrets, which the individuals are fearful of divulging to Inspector Oldroyd. I liked that Murder at St Anne’s … Continue reading Book Review. Murder at St Anne’s by J. R. Ellis.