BLOG TOUR – Killing Beauties by Pete Langman

A fascinating, although I must admit, rather dense read about female spies in the mid 1600's. Clearly they existed, but seem to have been excluded in much of the literature that's been written about this time, which focuses about the shenanigans that the men got up to, chasing chambermaids and plotting behind each other's backs!... Continue Reading →

BOOKS-ON-TOUR – Burning Island by Suzanne Goldring

Happy publication day Suzanne Goldring! Burning Island is the most beautiful, richly layered story of tragedy and pain, challenge and hope, told through a dual timeline that is smoothly interwoven against the lush backdrop of the island of Corfu. Corfu 1944 - the Jews who have, for many years, lived peacefully alongside their Greek neighbours,... Continue Reading →

A DREAM REALISED: The Challenges and Triumphs of Building a Mandela Legacy

The stories behind the building of one of the finest paediatric facilities on the African continent told for the first time in a new book. ______________________________________________ The Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital was a project that seemed impossible when it was merely an idea. The seed took root when 10 people sat around a table discussing... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – The Mothers by Sarah J. Naughton

Every one of us should have someone we can call to help bury a body (figuratively, you understand). Bella, Chrissy, Sky, Electra and Jen are a rather unlikely group of friends, but they have each other. They've stayed together despite not having very much in common: entirely different personalities, living and financial conditions and parenting... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – The Good Mother by Cathryn Grant

Amy is the Queen Bee in the perfect life she's created for herself. She's got the perfect hard-working, successful, handsome husband and two gorgeous, popular young daughters. Her circle of friends clearly see her as the centre of their little group, and the school moms all look to her for inspiration for all things required... Continue Reading →

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