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book review Whatever happened to Billy Shears

Billy Shears after 50 years

Steve Goddard explains how an unmarried mother and the most influential LP of the 20th Century provide the inspiration for a novel. During the ‘Summer...

Crime and Thriller Books

This issue’s book club is focused on crime and thriller books. These whodunits and whydunits will have you on the edge of your seat,...
BOOK REVIEW Good For A Grin

BOOK REVIEW: Good for a Grin by Brenda Burling

Matthew James Publishing, Paperback Here is the ideal book for any woman worried that her spouse or partner might have cancer.
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...

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...
Never Say Sorry

BOOK REVIEW: Never Say Sorry by Rose Edmunds

By Rose Edmunds The Book Guild, Paperback, £9.99 Reporter Claudia Knight could not believe her luck when she was set on the trail of a...
Tony Husband

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

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...
Birdwatching Walks in Bowland

Birdwatching walks in Bowland

The Forest of Bowland boasts Lancashire’s most beautifully dramatic landscapes, recognised by more than half of century as a designated Area of Outstanding Natural...

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...
A Wartime Family

A Wartime Family

by Lizzie Lane Ebury Press, paperback, £5.99 The devastation of the Blitz on city homes during the Second World War and the tumultuous effects on...