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Sweet Memories of You

BOOK REVIEW: Sweet Memories of You

By Ellie Dean Arrow, paperback, £5.99 This is Ellie Dean at her best and Peggy Reilly, the landlady with heart, at her most understanding in another...
The Last Gasp

BOOK REVIEW: The Last Gasp

By Trevor Hoyle Jo Fletcher Books, paperback, £10.99 Environmental issues come with a vengeance in this lengthy, but dramatic novel by Lancashire author Trevor Hoyle. The one-time...
PP Hartnett

Poetry and Predators | PP Hartnett

He photographed the birth of London’s 1970s punk explosion, he survived the hedonism of London’s drug-fuelled 80s gay club scene when friends died of...
winter reads

Six of the best winter reads

HELEN MOFFETT Manilla Press, Hardback and eBook, £12.99 Everybody believes that Charlotte Lucas has no prospects. She is unmarried, plain, poor and reaching a dangerous...
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...
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 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...
Forest of Bowland

Fit for a Queen… Beautiful Bowland

A writer and a photographer have joined forces to highlight the beauty and character of the Forest of Bowland, one of North’s scenic gems...
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,...
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...