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Interview with Johana Gustawsson, the brilliant author of ‘Block 46’ (to be published in May)

Interview with Johana Gustawsson, the brilliant author of ‘Block 46’ (to be published in May) 7th April 2017

Johana Gustawsson is the brilliant new author of ‘Block 46’ to be published mid May. It is a chilling and dark Scandi Noir thriller… only she is French. TripFiction’s review of this excellent book will feature on 10th May in the...

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Thriller set across Venice and Europe, plus L S Hilton shares her top tips for Venice

Thriller set across Venice and Europe, plus L S Hilton shares her top tips for Venice 6th April 2017

Domina by L S Hilton, thriller set across Venice and Europe. This is the second outing for the Judith Rashleigh, who first appeared in Maestra, which we reviewed here. There will be a third and final book in the...

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Talking Location with… author Janice Horton. The Caribbean

Talking Location with… author Janice Horton. The Caribbean 5th April 2017

  #TalkingLocationWith… author Janice Horton, who takes us to the wonderful Caribbean. I’m a hopeless romantic and I have wanderlust in the extreme, so love to write and to read novels set in fabulous locations. I’ll happily travel anywhere...

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A cinematic trip to Chile with “Neruda”

A cinematic trip to Chile with “Neruda” 4th April 2017

Neruda (a cinematic trip to Chile), in cinemas 7 April 2017 #nerudafilm If truth be told, I don’t get quite as excited by poetry as I do by a good novel, or by a film. Or by travel, for that...

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Talking Location with author duo Emma Vestrheim and Sarah Surgy – Odense

Talking Location with author duo Emma Vestrheim and Sarah Surgy – Odense 4th April 2017

  #TalkingLocationWith… author duo Emma Vestrheim and Sarah Surgey Discovering Nordic Noir in Hans Christian Andersen’s footsteps: A trip to Odense, Denmark When you think of ‘Nordic Noir’, it is the Danish capital of Copenhagen that first comes to mind. Harbouring...

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