Monthly Archives: September 2019

Primus by John T Leonard – Book Review

Genre: Thriller Pages: 345 Publisher: Pegasus Elliott  Mackenzie Publishers Ltd Release Date: 26 October 2017 My Star Rating: ✰✰✰✰/✰ I received a free copy of this book About the Book  As Detective Tom Draven investigates a series of apparently unrelated murders … Continue reading

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The Vanished Bride by Bella Ellis – Book Review

I reviewed this novel as part of the team at  WHISPERINGSTORIES The Vanished Bride The Brontë Mysteries Author – Bella Ellis Publisher – Hodder & Stoughton Pages – 352 Released – 12th September 2019 ISBN-13 – 978-1529388985 Format – ebook, paperback, … Continue reading

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In the Lakes: Grey Crag and Tarn Crag

Never a fan of a narrow road, the journey to these two fells was not my idea of fun! Four and a half miles of winding single track with fewer and fewer passing places; the only saving grace was there … Continue reading

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In the Lakes: Cold Pike

We’ve previously climbed Pike O’Blisco and Crinkle Crags but somehow missed this delightful gem between the two. There is a shorter route starting from Three Shire Stone on Wrynose Pass (not for the faint-hearted) but we decided to start from … Continue reading

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In the Lakes: Stybarrow Dodd, Watson’s Dodd, Great Dodd, Clough Head and Hart Side

This Lake District holiday saw us tackle some of our remaining Wainwright fells. After grabbing one when we reached Grasmere (Stone Arthur), our first proper day was a hike from Stanah which took about ten hours, with several stops for … Continue reading

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A Life’s Work by John T Leonard – Book Review

Genre: Thriller Pages: 241 Publisher: Pegasus Elliott Mackenzie Publishers Ltd Release Date: 27 September 2018 My Star Rating: ✰✰✰✰ I received a free copy of this book About the Book   Oliver Bennett was only five years old when his mother … Continue reading

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