Quick Read: How Not To Worry by Paul McGee

I don’t normally read self help books, but in a time of high uncertainty this looked to be something that may be useful and practical. It is a very simple and clear introduction to the psychology and evolutionary reasons for worry. The reader learns of how worry comes about, when it can be useful, and... Continue Reading →

I Know Who You Are by Alice Feeney

Aimee Sinclair, the actress, is under suspicion after her husband, Ben, goes missing. She is just finishing up her latest film when she is forced to call the police as her husband has seeming vanished without a trace. The police investigation brings up unexplainable events and Aimee is left trying to work out who may... Continue Reading →

Beneath The Surface by Fiona Neill @MicaelJBooks

Lilly, a straight A student collapses in class. Her mum Grace is determined to find out more about what caused the collapse and starts to uncover other secrets that Lilly has been keeping. Mia, Lilly’s younger sister is a great storyteller. She often gets in trouble at school and her vivid imagination helps her conjour... Continue Reading →

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