Summer is here and its time some more reading in the sun. Here are links to nine more of my book review to give you some reading ideas.
In 1970s North London, in a rundown guest house, two men accidentally share the same surname. This coincidence leads to dark secrets being uncovered in Ruth Rendell’s classic crime novel.
Women friends rallying around together to support a friend in trouble is almost a staple of so much Chic-Lit, but Jo Brand takes this premise and turns it into a darkly comic novel.
Is our society still divided by class, is who you are born to still important or are we divided into haves and have-nots, especially in health and social care?
This double volume of her books are the perfect gateway into the world of Helene Hanff’s wonderful writing.
It is the memorial service of Clive Dunlop, masseur to the great and good. But Clive has died, aged only 34, from a sudden illness, and many of the mourners there are worried about what exactly he died from.
Santiago Nasar is to die. The whole town knows this will happen and why, but no one steps forward to prevent it.
“Women have more illness but men die younger,” this simplistic old saying does have a grain of truth in it. The book takes an in-depth look at the different social and environmental factors in men’s lives and their effects on health.
Jeff Jones has lived enough to fill six ordinary lives.
Miss Marple is probably the most famous female detective in English literature