The Almost Mothers by Laura Besley

I purchased my copy of The Almost Mothers, and this review forms my honest opinion. Blurb A first time mum struggles with her newborn baby. An alien examines the lives of Earth Mothers. A baby sleeps through the night at long last. Written with raw honesty, Laura Besley's debut flash collection, The Almost Mothers, exposes … Continue reading The Almost Mothers by Laura Besley

Three Hours by Rosamund Lupton

Blurb In rural Somerset in the middle of a blizzard, the unthinkable happens: a school is under siege. Children and teachers barricade themselves into classrooms, the library, the theatre. The headmaster lies wounded in the library, unable to help his trapped students and staff. Outside, a police psychiatrist must identify the gunmen, while parents gather … Continue reading Three Hours by Rosamund Lupton

Finding Clara/The German Heiress by Anika Scott

My thanks go to the publishers who granted my Netgalley request to read this novel. This review forms my honest opinion. *Please note that this novel bears the title Finding Clara, and also more recently The German Heiress. Blurb 1946. The ruins of Essen, Germany. A place that can't quite believe the Second World War … Continue reading Finding Clara/The German Heiress by Anika Scott

Immortal by Jessica Duchen

My thanks to Anne Cater for inviting me to take part in this blog tour. This review forms my honest opinion. Blurb Who was Beethoven's 'Immortal Beloved'?After Ludwig van Beethoven’s death, a love letter in his writing was discovered, addressed only to his ‘Immortal Beloved’. Decades later, Countess Therese Brunsvik claims to have been the … Continue reading Immortal by Jessica Duchen