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...
Pastures New

BOOK REVIEW: Pastures New by Jenny Palmer

This is very much Jenny Palmer’s personal story so it is a bit parochial in the sense that it stays with her and the...
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...
Book review Meet Me at the Lighthouse by Mary Jayne Baker

BOOK REVIEW: Meet Me at the Lighthouse by Mary Jayne Baker

If you have problems with sexual innuendo, often without the innuendo, this book is not for you. It’s a fun story of two school...
Adelle Stripe

Adelle Stripe on her debut novel ‘Black Teeth and a Brilliant Smile’

As part of her Phd in English and Creative Writing, Adelle Stripe conducted research at The University of Huddersfield in to the life of...
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 Grimm Chronicles

BOOK REVIEW: The Grim Chronicles

By Frederick J Duerden Vanguard Press, paperback, £8.99 The scythebearing Grim Reaper takes on a new look in this enjoyable fun-filled romp. Turning out to be...
From Jailer to Entrepreneur

From Strangeways to HM Prison Hull Paul Ward reflects on a thirty year career...

Growing up in Leeds in the 1960’s and 70’s in a working class family, Paul Ward followed the social norm for his generation and...
Five Days Left

BOOK REVIEW: Five Days Left by Julie Lawson

by Julie Lawson Timmer Arrow, Paperback, £6.99 This is one of the most moving books I have read in years. Julie Lawson Timmer picked an...
Denise Greenwood

Bigging Up Littleborough – Denise Greenwood

It’s not the most famous of towns, but people as far apart as the United States and Russia are reading about Littleborough without realising...