Category: Review

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Dunn and Dusted – Keith Howard

Dunn and Dusted by Keith Howard is a wonderful step back in time to the era of the gentlemen’s outfitters written by a gentleman who worked for Dunn and Company for its last fifty...

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Powerless – John Samson

Powerless was the first novel John wrote but not his first published. For those who have read his Shaka are Dead, this is quite different, although stays with the theme of post-Apartheid South Africa....

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POETS Day – Mark Brookes

POETS Day is defintely not play for the light-hearted or if you are wanting a good time out. I realised this quite quickly whilst working on the script for publication. And this was reinforced...

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Broken Ties of Time – Josie Arden

Broken Ties of Time was published in paperback and hardcover by the author. Unfortunately, at first glance this has made for a long, cumbersome book which is expensive. Josie finished the book as her...