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Slow burning thriller set on the Isle of Wight

Slow burning thriller set on the Isle of Wight 27th April 2017

Little Sister by Isabel Ashdown, slow burning thriller set on the Isle of Wight. Excellently put together, this is a slow burning thriller that makes for an enthralling and multi-layered read. Emily and James have a small child, Daisy,...

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Environmental thriller set in the Arctic

Environmental thriller set in the Arctic 26th April 2017

The Ice by Laline Paull – environmental thriller set in the Arctic. The Ice is set ‘a few years in the future‘. Global warming has accelerated, and London is covered in Saharan sand. Summer ice has disappeared from the...

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Talking Location with author Richard Aronowitz – New York and Germany

Talking Location with author Richard Aronowitz – New York and Germany 25th April 2017

#TalkingLocationWith…. author Richard Aronowitz, author of An American Decade, set 1930s NEW YORK and WUPPERTAL, Germany As the glamour and polish of the Upper East Side slowly begins to give way to a very slightly grittier milieu – streets...

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Classic reads to transport you to Europe

Classic reads to transport you to Europe 24th April 2017

Classic reads to transport you to Europe. Books set in a location offer great travel reading. Literature – modern or historical – helps us absorb atmosphere in a way that no other written word finds possible. Books help us...

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Crime thriller set in Northumberland (“a real hanging suspense”)

Crime thriller set in Northumberland (“a real hanging suspense”) 23rd April 2017

Gallows Drop by Mari Hannah, crime thriller set in Northumberland (“a real hanging suspense”)  I have to be up front; I am a huge Kate Daniels fan. Gallows Drop is the latest crime fiction from Mari Hannah that features Kate...

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