26 May

No Name Lane by Howard Linskey

BookNoir A change of pace from one of the North East's best
26 May

The Girl on The Train by Paula Hawkins

BookDiva The Girl on The Train is Hawkins' first thriller; this is surprising, in many ways, as it feels as though she is incredi...
22 May

SECOND OPINION: The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend BY Katarina Bivald

BookDiva Anna Rex is a newbooks reader living in Sweden and when I asked did she ...
21 May

FREE* COPIES! The Versions of Us by Laura Barnett

BookDiva For the second of our exclusively online nb/nudge Recommended Reads we are delighted to be ......
20 May

The Wolf Border by Sarah Hall

BookHugger Scottish independence and rewilding with wolves form a backdrop for this richly accomplished novel about motherhood and ...
20 May

FROM THE ARCHIVE: The Flea Palace by Elif Shafak

BookDiva The Flea Palace is a marvellously rich novel that conveys the intensity, splendour and diversity ......
20 May

The Ghost Line by Adam Christopher

BookChap Murder, mayhem, and not a deerstalker in sight.
20 May

FREE* COPIES! In the Beginning Was the Sea by Tomás González

BookHugger We have a very limited quantity of In the Beginning Was the Sea by Tomáz ...
20 May

THE VERDICT IS IN: A Place Called Winter by Patrick Gale 2

BookDiva An indiscretion in Harry’s life leads to his leaving England to set up a new ...
19 May

Midnight in Siberia by David Greene

BookLife An irksome but fascinating look at modern Russia
19 May

Vain Shadow by Jane Hervey

BookDiva The 112th book on the marvellous Persephone list, and one of the new additions for Spring 2015, is Jane Hervey's only pu...
18 May

WHAT WE’RE DOING: Baileys Prize for Fiction panel discussion

BookDiva On the evening of June 3rd I will be at Windsor Guildhall as one of ...
18 May

SECOND OPINION: The Mountain Can Wait by Sarah Leipciger

BookHugger The story opens with a shocking scene: a young man, driving late at night on ...
18 May

Road Ends by Mary Lawson

BookDiva Contrasting rural Canada and London in the 1960s, Lawson’s third novel is a powerful story about how different people ...
18 May

The Sea of Blood by Reggie Oliver

BookGeek An outstanding collection of short stories, showcasing the incredible talent of a contemporary master of dark fiction...
15 May

Alma Books – celebrating 10 years of soulful publishing

BookHugger Set up in 2005 by Alessandro Gallenzi and Elisabetta Minervini, the founders of Hesperus Press, ......
15 May

Coming Home by Annabel Kantaria

BookDiva The darker the secrets, the closer they lie. An ordinary family. A devastating betrayal. Evie ......
15 May

Killer Plan by Leigh Russell

BookNoir DI Geraldine Steel is called to investigate the murder of a man who has been ...
14 May

PEOPLE WE LIKE: Sheila A Grant

BookHugger This just in: Last night at the Ayr Writers’ club dinner I was awarded the ...
14 May

Today is the first International Dylan Thomas Day!

BookHugger  14 May 2015 is a day for his many fans to celebrate the life and ...
13 May

Hay Festival 2015: The Daddy of literary festivals

BookDiva Hay has had several sponsors down the years and 2015 promises to be a bumper with ......