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A catch-up on my Big Issue reviews

As per, I’ve been slack at putting my book reviews up on here. So here are the last six books I’ve reviewed for the Big Issue magazine: Little Red Chairs by Edna O’Brien (Faber) An Atlas of Countries that Don’t … Continue reading

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THE JUMP Press Round Up, Part Three

The dust has settled a little a month after publication, so here is a big old round up of all the press coverage since my last round up: “A sensitive portrait of a grieving parent,” says The Daily Mail. Bless … Continue reading

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THE JUMP is out today!

THE JUMP is out today! Come and help me celebrate at Looking Glass Books tonight. Chat, reading, music, booze – the stuff of life!

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THE JUMP is coming

Look what just arrived in the post at the weekend: I can’t tell you how much I love this cover, just everything about it is classy. Totally fits the mood of the book. It’s out August 6th, so expect a … Continue reading

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The Dead Beat out in paperback!

And while I remember, The Dead Beat is now out in shiny new paperback edition in the UK.

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My Big Issue Reviews of Dwayne Alexander Smith and Tom Wright

Another week, another couple of cracking books to review in The Big Issue. This time round two American crime novels, Forty Acres by Dwayne Alexander Smith and Tom Wright’s Blackbird. I got on well with them both, especially Forty Acres, … Continue reading

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Two more cracking reviews for THE DEAD BEAT

While I’m at it, here are two terrific recent reviews for THE DEAD BEAT. First one is on the excellently named What Are You Reading For? blog, an in-depth look at the book from someone who really seems to get what it’s … Continue reading

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