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The Telephone Girls

BOOK REVIEW: The Telephone Girls

Take three girls manning telephones in a new exchange in 1936, watched over by an over-zealous supervisor. As if Cynthia, Norma and Millicent hadn't enough...
The mistress of windfell manor

BOOK REVIEW: The Mistress of Windfell Manor

A classic story of marriage for prosperity and identity rather than love and all the problems that brings is well defined in this excellently...
Born to be trouble

BOOK REVIEW: Born to be Trouble

If you like 'angels' and meditation then this is a novel to excite you. Following her earlier books The Girl by the River, and...
The Compleat Thunks Book

BOOK REVIEW: The Compleat Thunks Book

Here is a book for thinking lovers of the English language who enjoy a challenge. Ian Gilbert has come up with a complex selection of...
Whitby by Dave Zdanowicz

A look at Dave Zdanowicz’s second book ‘More Yorkshire in photographs’

Despite winning the Countryfile Reader’s Choice award, having his work featured in The Sunday Times, on various television networks including BBC, ITV and Sky,...
Debbie Macomber

BOOK REVIEW: If Not For You by Debbie Macomber

This is a love story which begins with a blind date which both participants reluctantly accepted. It continues with a car crash which leaves...
The Old Man's Secret

The Old Man’s Secret

Clear off you dirty tramp!” The shout came from a youth walking through the park and was directed at an old man sitting on...
Rosemary Lancaster

More Blessed to Give

When Christian philanthropists John and Rosemary Lancaster met Howard Taylor, former head of fundraising for Mission Aviation Fellowship, he left unable to believe what...
The Little Teashop of Lost and Found

BOOK REVIEW: The Little Teashop of Lost and Found by Trisha...

The St Helen’s-born author, Trisha Ashley, catches the feel of life in Yorkshire despite now living in North Wales. The life of a baby...
Tony Husband

BOOK REVIEW: From a Dark Place by Tony Husband and Paul...

From a Dark Place is an easy-to-understand book about a drug addict and his family. Simply said, but not easily understood, this book, written...

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