Frank Derrick’s Holiday of a Lifetime by J.B. Morrison

Frank is 82, he lives alone with his cat Bill and gives his neighbours Native American names. One day he finds he has the opportunity to visit his daughter Beth, and granddaughter Laura over in Los Angeles, and so begins his journey. I really liked Laura, the granddaughter. She seemed to have her heart in... Continue Reading →

The Bones of You by Debbie Howells

The Bones of You starts right at the point of Rosie's death. An eighteen year old murdered by an unknown attacker, leaving her community in shock. Kate, the woman next door who befriended Rosie is curious about what really happened and it seems the police are taking a long time to find anything concrete. The... Continue Reading →

The Skeleton Cupboard by Tanya Byron

The skeleton cupboard takes you on the journey of qualifying as a clinical psychologist. Tanya Byron talks through each of her placements in different areas of mental health and brings an understanding of how the psychologist can feel in these situations. This fiction book based on her experiences in training straddles the fiction/non-fiction boundary well.... Continue Reading →

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