At The Break of Day

BOOK REVIEW: At the Break of Day

At the Break of Day by Margaret Graham Arrow, Paperback, £5.99 Torn between two countries, two men, and two families, Rosie Norton’s life began to...
Joyce's War

BOOK REVIEW: Joyce’s War

Joyce’s War by Joyce Ffoulkes Parry History Press, Paperback, £9.99 Born in Caerwys, North Wales in 1908, Joyce was only two when the family emigrated...
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...
Lorraine Allman

How to get Published

Lorraine Allman shares her guide to self-publishing, the business, the launch and social media - Lorraine has mastered them all for her successful book...
Graham Ashworth

Man O’ The World, Graham Ashworth

Ex-fireman Graham Ashworth has turned his hand to writing, and his debut novel follows the life, loves and losses of the man who sits...
While We're Apart

BOOK REVIEW: While We’re Apart

by Ellie Dean Returning to Beach View Boarding House for the eighth time, Ellie Dean keeps the momentum of previous books in the series...
Innocent Blood

BOOK REVIEW: Innocent Blood

by David Stuart Davies The Mystery Press, £7.99 Here is former teacher David Davies at his best; a taut, dramatic thriller with a mentally deranged...
If You Follow Me

BOOK REVIEW: If You Follow Me

by Pam Rhodes Lion Fiction, paperback, £7.99 A third visit to Dunbridge - the imaginary village invented by Pam Rhodes, of Songs of Praise fame...
Dark Briggate Blues

BOOK REVIEW: Dark Briggate Blues

Back in time to the 1950s for a well-paced detective novel with plenty of action, murders and twists. Leeds author Chris Nickson has used his...
Johnny Strange - Most apples held in own mouth and cut by chainsaw

Records Galore

As the popular book Guinness World Records 2015 celebrates 60 years of providing listings for achievements in all manner of enterprises the North West...