Book Review

The Beresford – Will Carver

Today I am joining the blog tour for The Beresford by Will Carver. Many thanks to Will and Orenda Books for providing me with a copy of the book, and to Anne Cater at Random Things Tours for inviting me to be a part of the blog tour.

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Just outside the city – any city, every city – is a grand, spacious but affordable apartment building called The Beresford.

There’s a routine at The Beresford.

For Mrs May, every day’s the same: a cup of cold, black coffee in the morning, pruning roses, checking on her tenants, wine, prayer and an afternoon nap. She never leaves the building. Abe Schwartz also lives at The Beresford. His housemate Sythe no longer does. Because Abe just killed him. In exactly sixty seconds, Blair Conroy will ring the doorbell to her new home and Abe will answer the door. They will become friends. Perhaps lovers.

And, when the time comes for one of them to die, as is always the case at The Beresford, there will be sixty seconds to move the body before the next unknowing soul arrives at the door. Because nothing changes at The Beresford, until the doorbell rings…

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REVIEW:

Having read a couple of Will Carver’s previous books, I was fairly confident going into this that I knew what to expect. How wrong I was!

The Beresford has the feel of being more than just a building. It becomes a character in its own right – in fact the central character through which the entire story revolves. It feels like a living, breathing being manipulating its residents to its will. Discovering the state Sythe had made of his apartment certainly had me wondering if somehow the building had influenced Abe to kill him as revenge for defacing the walls.

In my head, when I read that the building had been split, I expected the upper floors to be swankier than the very reasonably priced lower levels – I realised just how wrong I was as soon as Abe and Blair ventured up there, the description of what they discovered sending a shiver down my spine. Despite this, there is something about The Beresford that almost (almost) makes me want to live there. It feels strange to describe a book and a building housing so much murder as charming, but there was just something I can’t quite put my finger on that made me want to see it for myself.

Mrs May is utterly intriguing. I was dying (well, not in the sense her tenants were, but you know what I mean) to find out what secrets she was hiding and how she was connected to the building. There is an awful lot more to this old lady than meets the eye, and the revelations about her just kept on coming throughout the book!

Once again, Will Carver has produced an absolute triumph of a book that will leave you wondering about the tenants of The Beresford long after you have finished reading about them.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Will Carver newWill Carver is the international bestselling author of the January David series. He spent his early years in Germany, but returned to the UK at age eleven, when his sporting career took off. He turned down a professional rugby contract to study theatre and television at King Alfred’s, Winchester, where he set up his own successful theatre company. He currently runs his own fitness and nutrition company, and lives in Reading with his two children. Will’s latest title published by Orenda Books, Hinton Hollow Death Trip was longlisted for the Not the Booker Prize, while Nothing Important Happened Today was longlisted for the Theakston’s Old Peculiar Crime Novel of the Year and for the Goldsboro Books Glass Bell. Good Samaritans was a book of the year in Guardian, Telegraph and Daily Express, and hit number one on the ebook charts.

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Lord of the Hunt – David Craig

I am thrilled to be kicking off the blog tour for book two of the Sooty Feathers series, Lord of the Hunt, by David Craig. Many thanks to David for providing me with a copy of the book, and to Rachel Gilbey at Rachel’s Random Resources for inviting me to join the tour.

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Death rides the blood of a pale horse

June 1893.

Undead prowl the streets of Glasgow at night hunting for blood. They, in turn, are hunted by the formidable Lady Delaney and her apprentice Kerry Knox, whose fight against the secret society ruling Glasgow will lead them into the city’s industrial heart where the poor toil in miserable conditions. Children have been exploited in mills and factories for decades, but the Sooty Feather Society has refined its cruel disregard in service to the undead.

Delaney and Knox are not the society’s only problem. The elusive demon Arakiel employs murder and necromancy in his campaign to seize control of Glasgow, avenging betrayal and reclaiming what was once his.

Wilton Hunt and Tam Foley are lying low in the Highlands where Hunt’s father has recently inherited title and estate. The blue skies and clear waters of Loch Aline may seem a tranquil sanctuary to the city men, but its forbidding forests and shadowed glens conceal dark secrets pertaining to Hunt’s family, and a diabolical revelation will change Wilton’s life forever.

Demons walk the crowded, cobbled streets of Glasgow, and a necromancer’s debt is called in. Knox will learn what joining this war might cost her; Hunt and Foley will learn they can’t escape it. Their diverged paths will meet again when dark magic unleashes a horror not everyone will survive…

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Having read and enjoyed Resurrection Men, the first Sooty Feather book, I was interested to see what David Craig had in store for both the heroes and villains in the series and was excited to pick up Lord of the Hunt. For those uninitiated in the world of the undead, there is a helpful glossary at the beginning of the book to help you keep track of what’s what – and believe me, there are a fair few creatures, demons and magicians to get to know.

David Craig’s vivid imagery brings the various landscapes to life in glorious technicolour, from the rugged Highlands to the streets of Glasgow. I have only ever made a flying visit to Scotland once, but reading Lord of the Hunt, I could picture everything so clearly.

I loved seeing familiar faces, both alive and undead, from book one. Lady Delaney and Miss Knox make quite the formidable double act, and Foley and Hunt’s friendship is really endearing. Given their recent experience with the paranormal, it amused me greatly that I could see the writing on the wall for Foley long before he and Hunt did.  However, there is plenty in this book that I didn’t see coming at all, which made to surprises in almost every chapter.

Lord of the Hunt was a slower read for me than Resurrection Men, but it was worth the wait as all the separate storylines that had been building throughout the book converged to a dramatic and bloody conclusion. The last minute revelations left me eager to read the next book in the series.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

me2Aside from three months living on an oil tanker sailing back and forth between America and Africa, and two years living in a pub, David Craig grew up on the west coast of Scotland.  He studied Software Engineering at university, but lost interest in the subject after (and admittedly prior to) graduation. He currently works as a workforce planning analyst for a public service organisation, and lives near Glasgow with his wife, daughter and two rabbits.

Being a published writer had been a life-long dream, and one that he was delighted to finally realise with his debut novel, Resurrection Men, the first in the Sooty Feathers series, published by Elsewhen Press in 2018. Thorns of a Black Rose was David’s second novel, also published by Elsewhen Press. He returns to the Sooty Feathers series with Lord of the Hunt.

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Book Review

Finding Fire & Other Stories – Rachel Churcher

The seventh book from the brilliant Battle Ground world, Finding Fire & Other Stories, by Rachel Churcher is released today. Happy publication day Rachel! Many thanks for inviting me to be part of the publication day promotion, and for providing me with a copy of the book.

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What happened between Margie and Dan at Makepeace Farm? How did Jackson really feel about Ketty? What happens next to the survivors of the Battle Ground Series?

Step behind the scenes of the series with six new short stories and five new narrators – Margie, Jackson, Maz, Dan, and Charlie – plus bonus blogs and insights from the author.

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The Battle Ground Series is set in a dystopian near-future UK, after Brexit and Scottish independence. Spoiler warning: Finding Fire and Other Stories contains tie-in short fiction from across the Battle Ground series. There are spoilers for all the previous books in the series, including the free prequel, Making Trouble. You can access Making Trouble by signing up for Rachel’s newsletter HERE.

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REVIEW:

As you will all know by now, I have thoroughly enjoyed every book in the Battle Ground series, and so I am a little sad today to be writing about the seventh and final book in the series. A collection of short stories and essays set within the Battle Ground world, Finding Fire & Other Stories is a chance to get to know some of the supporting cast a little better. Each story is told from the perspective of characters we have met through the series but have not yet heard from, including two of my personal favourite characters Jackson and Dan. As the events in each short story take place at various times throughout the main story, I recommend picking up the rest of the series and reading it first, if you haven’t already because there are spoilers in this final book.

I found it absolutely fascinating to read scenes I was familiar with viewed from a different perspective and revealing details that were unknown to Bex and Ketty, our regular narrators. Some of this new insight completely changed my thinking of characters and events that I thought I knew well, and made me wonder just how different the whole series would be had it been written from Margie’s point of view, or Jackson’s. Speaking of Jackson, his story might have been small, but it was perfectly formed, giving me exactly the information I needed from him.

Aside from the new insight, Finding Fire also provides stories that act as epilogues for Bex and Ketty, which I really loved. Although we know where they each ended up at the end of the main series, it was great to see what came in the months after that, and these stories provided a kind of closure for me.

Finding Fire & Other Stories feels a bit like reading the book equivalent of the director’s cut of a film, full of deleted scenes, and bonus content.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Rachel Churcher Author photoRachel Churcher was born between the last manned moon landing, and the first orbital Space Shuttle mission. She remembers watching the launch of STS-1, and falling in love with space flight, at the age of five. She fell in love with science fiction shortly after that, and in her teens she discovered dystopian fiction. In an effort to find out what she wanted to do with her life, she collected degrees and other qualifications in Geography, Science Fiction Studies, Architectural Technology, Childminding, and Writing for Radio.

She has worked as an editor on national and in-house magazines; as an IT trainer; and as a freelance writer and artist. She has renovated several properties, and has plenty of horror stories to tell about dangerous electrics and nightmare plumbers. She enjoys reading, travelling, stargazing, and eating good food with good friends – but nothing makes her as happy as writing fiction.

Her first published short story appeared in an anthology in 2014, and the Battle Ground series is her first long-form work. Rachel lives in East Anglia, in a house with a large library and a conservatory full of house plants. She would love to live on Mars, but only if she’s allowed to bring her books.

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The Art of Loving You – Amelia Henley

A very happy publication day to Amelia Henley, whose latest novel, The Art of Loving You, is released today. I am delighted to be joining the blog tour for this beautiful book. Many thanks to Amelia and HQ for inviting me to take part, and for providing me with a copy of the book.

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They were so in love . . .
And then life changed forever . . .
Will they find happiness again?

Libby and Jack are the happiest they’ve ever been. Thanks to their dear friend, eighty-year-old Sid, they’ve just bought their first house together, and it’s the beginning of the life they’ve always dreamed of.

But the universe has other plans for Libby and Jack and a devastating twist of fate shatters their world.

All of a sudden life is looking very different, and unlikely though it seems, might Sid be the one person who can help Libby and Jack move forward when what they loved the most has been lost?

The Art of Loving You is a beautiful love story for our times. Romantic and uplifting, it will break your heart and then put it back together again. Perfect for fans of Rebecca Serle,Josie Silver and Sophie Cousens.

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I don’t read a lot of books in this genre, but there are just a few authors that are too good to resist. Amelia Henley is one of them. Having had my heart broken by The Life We Almost Had last year, I couldn’t wait to read The Art of Loving You. This time around, I went in prepared with tissues and chocolate nearby to help me through the complete and utter devastation I was expecting. Well, Amelia certainly didn’t disappoint in that respect – if anything, I think The Art of Loving You broke my even more than The Life We Almost Had did.

Amelia Henley has such a gentle touch to her writing that it is sometimes hard to remember that she writes gripping psychological thrillers as her alter ego, Louise Jensen. She creates books with a real depth of emotion and characters that will touch your soul and make you feel that you are reading about your own loved ones. In particular in The Art of Loving You, Sid and Liam really got under my skin, although honestly I loved each and every character.

The Art of Loving You is a heart-breaking yet uplifting story about love, loss and the power of community. It is a real emotional rollercoaster, and just when you think things are calming down, you find yourself plummeting again. It is just wonderful.

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The Corfe Castle Murders – Rachel McLean

I am delighted to be kicking off the blog tour for a new series by one of my favourite authors, Rachel McLean. The Corfe Castle Murders is the first book in the Dorset Crime series. Many thanks to Rachel for providing me with a copy of the book, and to Rachel Gilbey at Rachel’s Random Resources for inviting me to be a part of the tour.

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Meet DCI Lesley Clarke. She’s a straight-talking city copper who doesn’t suffer fools gladly… and she’s been transferred to rural Dorset.

After being injured in a bomb attack, Lesley is presented with a choice – early retirement, or a period of respite in a calmer location.

But things don’t stay calm for long.

Before she’s even started her new job, Lesley is dragged into investigating a murder at one of England’s most iconic landmarks, the imposing Corfe Castle.

Lesley must hit the ground running. Can she get along with her new partner DS Dennis Frampton, a traditionalist who doesn’t appreciate her style? How will she navigate the politics of a smaller force where she’s a bigger, and less welcome, fish? And most importantly, can she solve the murder before the killer strikes again?

The Corfe Castle Murders is a compelling, character-driven mystery perfect for fans of Ruth Rendell, Colin Dexter, Faith Martin and Joy Ellis.

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REVIEW:

Regular readers will know that I am a huge Rachel McLean fan, and having devoured the Zoe Finch series, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the spin off starring DCI Lesley Clarke, who had been one of my favourite characters in the Zoe Finch series – incidentally, don’t worry if you haven’t read that series, as the Dorset Crime series includes plenty of backstory for you to catch up, although it is great, so I thoroughly recommend you read both.

As Lesley quickly discovers following her relocation, Dorset is a long way from central Birmingham in more ways than just the physical distance. Feeling like Lesley is an old friend at this point and knowing her personality, I thoroughly enjoyed watching her struggles with the slower pace, the different jargon and protocols, and particularly her new colleagues. I found her interactions with her new team so entertaining and I am looking forward to seeing how these relationships develop in the coming books (which are being released in quick succession, and which I have already pre-ordered). It was great to uncover another side to Lesley away from the office as well.

As always, Rachel McLean keeps you guessing throughout the book, and I don’t think I will ever tire of trying to unravel the clues and solve the crime before her police officers do. As of yet, I have still never managed to do this, something which delights and frustrates me in equal measure.

As with the Zoe Finch series, I found The Corfe Castle Murders to be a really quick read, and a book that I finished in one sitting because once I started reading, I just could not stop. Not much else got done that day, I can tell you.

If you are a fan of police crime dramas, and are looking for a new series to dive into, you won’t be going far wrong if you dive into this one.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

rachel mcleanMy name’s Rachel McLean and I write thrillers that make you think.

What does that mean?

In short, I want my stories to make your pulse race and your brain tick.

Do you often get through a thriller at breakneck pace but are left with little sense of what the book was really about? Do you sometimes read literary fiction but just wish something would damn well happen?

My books aim to fill that gap.

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After The Rain – Natalia Gomes

I am delighted to be joining the blog tour for the beautiful After the Rain by Natalia Gomes. Many thanks to Natalia and to HQ for providing me with a copy of the book and inviting me to take part in the tour.

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‘We’re alive. So let’s start living.’

Two strangers

Jack was sporty and outgoing. Alice was bookish and introverted. Their lives were on completely different paths.

One life-changing tragedy

That is before the day they were in the wrong place at the wrong time: before the day their lives were torn apart in a bombing.

A hopeful new friendship

Struggling to cope with their new worlds, their unlikely new friendship helps them find hope. But can they help each other rebuild their lives and start again?

Powerful and compelling After the Rain is the brand-new novel from Natália Gomes, perfect for fans of The Fault in Our Stars by John Green and Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon.

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Sera Milano’s This Can Never Not Be Real, despite being a harrowing read, has been one of my favourite books so far this year, meaning that I approached After the Rain with a little trepidation, unsure if my heart could take what was to come. Where This Can Never Not Be Real deals with the horror of being in the midst of a terror attack, After the Rain looks at the devastating emotional and physical aftermath through the eyes of two teenagers who met just seconds before and whose lives are inextricably linked from then on. It is a beautiful book that somehow manages to be both heartbreaking and heartwarming.

Told in alternating chapters through the eyes of Alice and Jack, two teenagers who couldn’t be more different from each other, After the Rain is a deeply emotional book that I have not yet fully managed to move on from, despite having finished reading it a couple of days ago. In Jack, Natalia Gomes has created a character so full of life and energy, and she somehow manages to make clear in just a couple of paragraphs just how important running and the sense of freedom it gives are to Jack. In just the very short space of time I met him before the explosion, he felt so incredibly real to me, and my heart shattered with the thought of what I suspected was to follow. Similarly, introverted Alice with her love of books and constant search for the perfect reading spot was a character that I felt instantly connected to, meaning that watching her struggle in the aftermath felt like watching a friend, and I was rooting for her every step of the way.

Every page of this beautiful book moved me, and had me reaching for the tissues on more than one occasion, for reasons both happy and sad. Watching Alice and Jack’s friendship grow as they struggle to find their way back to “normal,” or at the very least to their individual new normal was lovely and devastating in equal measure.

After the Rain is a story of two people helping each other find their way back from horrific events. It is a heartbreaking and moving, and yet somehow uplifting read that I would thoroughly recommend to everyone.

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The Book of Echoes – Rosanna Amaka

I am joining the blog tour today for The Book of Echoes, a beautiful book by Rosanna Amaka. Many thanks to Rosanna and Penguin Random House for providing me with a copy of the book, and to Anne Cater at Random Things Tour for inviting me to be a part of the blog tour.

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Brixton 1981

Sixteen-year-old Michael is already on the wrong side of the law. In in his community, where job opportunities are low and drug-running is high, this is nothing new.

But when Michael falls for Ngozi, a vibrant young immigrant from the Nigerian village of Obowi, their startling connection runs far deeper than they realise.

Narrated by the spirit of an African woman who lost her life on a slave ship two centuries earlier, her powerful story reveals how Michael and Ngozi’s struggle for happiness began many lifetimes ago.

Through haunting, lyrical words, one unforgettable message resonates: love, hope and unity will heal us all.

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REVIEW:

Sucked in by the incredibly striking cover, I was initially unsure how the narrator being the ghost of a long dead African slave woman would work. However, from the first page her voice was so distinctive, so full of emotion, that any doubts I had were swept away. Her comparisons between the Brixton riots and her own experiences 200 years prior in Jamaica serve as a stark reminder of how little has changed. I loved the gentle unravelling of  her own story as it was revealed, woven in between Michael’s and Ngozi’s stories, both painful in what she went through, yet beautiful in her love for Wind.

Rosanna Amaka brings to life the strains of life as a black man living in Brixton in the 1980s and the terror of armed raids in Nigeria in a way that nothing I have read before has achieved. Ngozi is a wonderfully inspiring character whose spirit sees her through unimaginable horrors, and my heart broke for her several times over what she went through in Nigeria and upon arrival in the UK. Similarly Michael’s experiences, largely at the hands of the people he loved and trusted made for difficult reading at times, but were incredibly uplifting at others.

The Book of Echoes is a soulful tale of two people who had to find themselves before they could really find each other. It is exquisitely written and has touched my heart in ways I cannot hope to describe. It is a book that once read will never be forgotten.

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Rosanna Amaka Author picRosanna Amaka began writing The Book of Echoes twenty years ago to give voice to the Brixton community in which she grew up. Her community was fast disappearing – as a result of gentrification, emigration back to the Caribbean and Africa, or simply with the passing away of the older generation. Its depiction of unimaginable pain redeemed by love and hope was also inspired by a wish to understand the impact of history on present-day lives. Rosanna Amaka lives in South London. This is her first novel.

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Bubblegum and Blazers – Isabella May

I am delighted to welcome one of my favourite authors back to my blog today as I join the blog tour for Isabella May’s Bubblegum and Blazers. Many thanks to Isabella for providing me with a copy of the book, and to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for inviting me to be a part of the tour.

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When Ali, Blake, Charlotte, and Grant sign contracts to star in a Back to School reality TV show, LOVE is the very last thing on their minds.

Ali flies to the UK from New Zealand, intrigued by the golden opportunity to advance her amateur social media influencer career.

Blake carpe diems the moment with both hands after a constant flurry of bad luck.

Charlotte jumps at the chance to relive her sporting glories of the past – and take a hiatus from her humdrum marriage.

And Grant is just relieved to get away from his failing second-hand music shop.

But once the advances hit their bank accounts, it soon becomes apparent that producer Jock’s Pied Piper-style offer to change their lives is distinctly lacking in sherbet fizz!

In fact, the only sweet thing about this gig for the former students and the rest of their Bubblegum and Blazers competitors, may just be the packet of candy in their pockets.

Re-enacting their past is a rollercoaster of revelations, retaliation, and unlikely romance in a gold-fish bowl of mayhem where Raphael (Agony Uncle of the school sweet shop) and his rhubarb and custards reign supreme…

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Isabella May’s books always come with delicious looking covers, and a delectable array of hunger inducing food references throughout. After getting caught without appropriate supplies when reading The Chocolate Box, this time I was ready with a box of Hotel Chocolat treats, and Charbonnel et Walker Pink Marc de Champagne truffles. Not that they stopped a sudden craving for flying saucers though! I am going to have to track some down as soon as possible! The sweet treats in the Sugar Shack took me straight back to my own teen years, and the delight of the Woolies pick n mix – although I am not sure I would enjoy some of the “side effects” that Raphael’s sweets seem to come with.

Isabella May has a talent for creating rich and varied casts, and as we met each character and were introduced to their serious amounts of baggage, I knew we were heading towards a spectacular fallout as old relationships were rekindled and new alliances formed. It was great to catch up with one or two familiar faces too. Over the course of the book, I fell for characters I hadn’t expected to and took against ones I thought I would love. I will let you make your own judgements on each of them without further influence from me, except to say that I have high hopes that Jock’s comments at the end of the book mean that Raphael will be popping up in a future book (hint, hint Isabella – I need to know more about this sweet seller).

There is always something warm and comforting about Isabella May’s books, and Bubblegum and Blazers is no exception. I always finish reading with a feeling that I have found a new group of friends, and with an urge to head off for a holiday in Glastonbury. With summer upon us, and the suggestion of holidays on the horizon, Bubblegum and Blazers is the perfect book to relax with and forget the stresses and strains of the world.

If you aren’t already following Isabella on Facebook, I highly recommend looking her up – we had such a blast at the virtual book launch for this book. It was a real trip down memory lane!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Isabella Doorstep Pav Pose (1) (1)Isabella May lives in (mostly) sunny Andalusia, Spain with her husband, daughter and son, creatively inspired by the mountains and the sea. Having grown up on Glastonbury’s ley lines however, she’s unable to completely shake off her spiritual inner child, and is a Law of Attraction fanatic, as well as a Pranic Healer.

After a degree in Modern Languages and European Studies at UWE, Bristol (and a year working abroad in Bordeaux and Stuttgart), Isabella bagged an extremely jammy and fascinating job in children’s publishing… selling foreign rights for novelty, board, pop-up and non-fiction books all over the world; in every language from Icelandic to Korean, Bahasa Indonesian to Papiamento!

All of which has fuelled her curiosity and love of international food and travel – both feature extensively in her cross-genre novels, fused with a dollop of romcom, and a sprinkle of magical realism.

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