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Posted by Eric Nash on 2nd Jul 2020

Book Reviews by our guest reviewer Eric Nash

The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady HendrixIn this, his fifth novel, Hendrix promises blood. He delivers it, too. Set in the American state of North Carolina in the early 90’s, the story centres around a group of housewives, their book club, and what happens when a good-looking stranger moves to the neighbourh…

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Summer Kitchens: Q&A with Olia Hercules

Posted by Lucy H on 29th Jun 2020

Summer Kitchens: Q&A with Olia Hercules

Q&A with Olia Hercules, author of Summer KitchensWe’re looking forward to your book. What prompted you to write it?A few years ago I mentioned ‘summer kitchens’ casually to someone in the UK and they asked me what I meant by it; a ‘summer kitchen’ is a small cooking space outside in the vegetable garden away from the main house.&…

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The Pastry Chef's Guide : Q&A with Ravneet Gill

Posted by Lucy H on 19th Jun 2020

The Pastry Chef's Guide : Q&A with Ravneet Gill

We had the opportunity to ask top pastry chef Ravneet Gill a few questions about her new book “The Pastry Chef’s Guide.”We love your book. What was the trigger to prompt you to write it?I have spent years collecting recipes, working with them in restaurants and adjusting as I go. They are housed in a HUGE orange folder that used to in…

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Posted by Emma Pagano on 8th Jun 2020

Fab fiction for Father’s Day

Father’s Day is fast approaching – time to treat your Dad to some cracking fiction from some of the best authors in the business. We’ve picked out four of our favourite bestsellers, so whether he’s into espionage, thrillers, literary fiction or historical novels, we’ve got you covered! Tom Bradby’s Double Agent is the…

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#futuregen: Q&A with Jane Davidson

Posted by Lucy H on 2nd Jun 2020

#futuregen: Q&A with Jane Davidson

Dr Jane Davidson is the Pro Vice-Chancellor emeritus at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. From 2000-2011, she was Minister for Education, then Minster for Environment and Sustainability in the Welsh government.We’re looking forward to your book. What was the trigger to prompt you to write it?I was delighted in April 201…

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