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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...
Streets of Darkness

BOOK REVIEW: Streets of Darkness by A. A. Dhand

“Outstanding – relentless, multi-layered suspense and real human drama make this a crime debut to relish” Lee Child. “This up to the minute debut is...
Bradford Remembers 1914-1918 by Dr Kathryn Hughes

BOOK REVIEW: Bradford Remembering 1914-1918

By Dr Kathryn Hughes in association with the Peace Museum UK (Bradford) The History Press, paperback, £12.99 The author is to be praised for the...
Laura Sheridan

A lady of many words

When Laura Sheridan was 14 she carefully worked out a story and wrote it in an exercise book. Nothing ever happened to it 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...
The Bounder

BOOK REVIEW: The Bounder by Mike Daunt

The Bounder by Mike Daunt John Blake Publishing, paperback, £7.99 BUY THIS BOOK If you like reading about someone who fully lives up to the...
Runaways Railway

Runaway’s Railway

By Kevin Wood Self-published, paperback £7.99 This is a first time novel by a promising author. Himself a coffee drinking engineer, he has created a cunning...
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...

New book reveals Manchester’s transformational manufacturing past

Featuring never before seen photos from the turn of the century through to the 1970s, “Manchester: The Golden Years” explores the fascinating history of...
Because of you book review

BOOK REVIEW: Because of you

Because of you By Hélen Fermont Fridhem Publishing, paperback, £10 BUY THIS BOOK At 520 pages, this book is a little long for my liking,...