17 Apr

A Few Words For The Dead by Guy Adams

BookGeek The third exhilarating, action-packed adventure for Toby Greene and August Shining of Section 37 – ......
17 Apr

Gun Baby Gun by Iain Overton

BookChap A fast-paced, fascinating and hard-hitting investigation of the gun’s lifespan – into our hugely complex ......
17 Apr

Deadly Spells by Jaye Wells

BookChap The sassy, streetwise, Magical Enforcement Agent that fights to keep the Babylon streets free from dirty Magic returns...
17 Apr

The Shadow Cabinet by Maureen Johnson

BookGeek Dark deeds are taking place in London. In a story full of murder and mayhem ...
17 Apr

Four Fields by Tim Dee

BookChap Four Fields is an interesting idea for a book, and it’s very well-written, but it never quite overcomes its mixed unfi...
16 Apr

World Book Night with Anne Zouroudi

BookDiva West Bridgford Library, Thursday 23 April, 7.30pm Free Join award-winning crime author Anne Zouroudi, the ......
16 Apr

Nottinghamshire Libraries & World Book Night

BookHugger Mansfield Woodhouse 23 April 2015. 4.00pm – 6.00pm. Cost Free. Come and celebrate World Book ......
16 Apr

Quirky Q&A – Jamie Mollart

BookHugger Jamie Mollart’s debut novel The Zoo is available now and we think it’s something special ......
15 Apr

Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson

BookLife Occasionally you read a book that you want to give to everyone you know, with ...
15 Apr

SHORTLIST ANNOUNCED – INTERNATIONAL IMPAC DUBLIN LITERARY AWARD

BookHugger 1 Irish author, 3 novels in translation are on the shortlist of 10 novels for ...
15 Apr

OUR INTREPID REPORTER: Sheila A Grant on CARO RAMSAY

BookNoir Caro visited Ayr Writers` Club earlier this month to Sheila’s delight. As a writer of the increasingly popular...
14 Apr

The Boy Who Wept Blood by Den Patrick

BookChap A plot of twists and turns in a place festering with subterfuge and dark secrets
13 Apr

OUR INTREPID REPORTER: Tracey Walsh

BookNoir I was thrilled when I heard that Bolton Library was one of the stops on ...
13 Apr

Fancy being our reporter?

BookDiva Are we living in a new age of enlightenment? Yes, there have always been festivals ......
13 Apr

Speak Up for Libraries Manifesto

BookChap With less than four weeks to go, neither nudge nor newbooks are about to declare ...
13 Apr

Watch Alex Christofi talk Glass

BookHugger Watch Alex Christofi talk about his entertaining and thoughtful first novel in the exclusive video ......
13 Apr

OUR INTREPID REPORTER on Shirley Williams and Mark Bostridge

BookLife At the Words by the Water Festival, March 2015, Linda Hepworth sat in on the ...
13 Apr

Flight by Isabel Ashdown

BookHugger If you like stories about complicated teen friendships/love affairs, dysfunctional families and absent mothers this ......
13 Apr

There but for the….. by Ali Smith

BookHugger There but for the… is one of those novels that starts from a small point, ...
12 Apr

FROM THE ARCHIVE: Running the Rift by Naomi Benaron

BookLife Running the Rift is the story of Jean Patrick, a young Rwandan who dreams of becoming his nation’s first Olympic runne...
12 Apr

Star Wars: Maul Lockdown by Joe Schreiber

BookChap Maul discovered a hidden listening device under the warden’s desk. Maul found it because it was glowing green and visi...