The Versions of Us

James Walton reviews Laura Barnett's first novel, The Versions of Us.

Epilogue: A memoir

A tragic set of circumstances lead a young man to discover a whole new life

The Churchill secret

James Walton reviews Jonathan Smith's historical novel KBO: The Churchill Secret that is soon to be heading for the small screen....

the girl on the train

A gripping thriller that rivals Gone Girl. But will The Girl on the Train reach cinematic fame as well?

Christmas Surprise

Although Christmas is done for another year, Jenny Colgan's 'The Christmas Surprise' is a great read that'll leave...

Let me be frank with you review

Richard Ford's latest novel in a series of bestselling novels, Let Me Be Frank With You, is a page turner that will keep you hooked...

Nick Hornby Funny Girl

Nick Honby's long awaited novel, Funny Girl, carries the strap line: Make them laugh, and they're yours forever... Will this...

National Service Conscriptioon in Britain, 1945-1963

Men born between 1928 and August 1939 are unique in British history: they’re the only people ever to have been made to join the...

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