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The White Russian

BOOK REVIEW: The White Russian

The White Russian by Vanora Bennett Arrow, Paperback, £8.99 Evie was captivated by hints of her adventurous grandmother who was mysteriously rejected by her family....
Mist

BOOK REVIEW: Mist

Mist by Mary Fitzgerald Arrow, Paperback, £5.99 It starts with the rebuilding of a drystone wall in driving rain, but Mary Fitzgerald has managed to...
Secret Whitby

BOOK REVIEW: Secret Whitby

By Ian Thompson and Roger Frost Amberley Publishing, paperback, £14.99 Everyone likes a secret. Any anyone from the North will enjoy these revelations about one of...

We catch up with The Yorkshire Vet, Peter Wright

The Channel 5 hit show The Yorkshire Vet has everything you could possibly want from a TV show. It follows life in James Herriot's...
Book Review - Bang To Rights by Helen Black

BOOK REVIEW: Bang to Rights by Helen Black

Constable, Paperback If you can take a book with a swear word on the majority of pages, then you will not...
Walking Away

BOOK REVIEW: Walking Away by Simon Armitage

By Simon Armitage Faber & Faber, Hardback, £16.99 The 630-mile walk called the South West Coast Path is not for Sunday strollers. It is a...

BOOK REVIEW: Red Snow by Larraine Susan Harrison

Here is a scary tale which successfully straddles two genres - a 12-year-old girl who is trying to find out about the death of...
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BOOK REVIEW: Whistling in The Dark

By Shirley Hughes Walker Books, Hardback, £9.99 An excellent feel for a city living under the blitz during the Second World War, and how it...
The Little Teashop of Lost and Found

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

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...
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...