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I had only read Du Maurier’s better known books before (Rebecca, My Cousin Rachel, and Jamaica Inn) so wondered if her lesser known ones would be as gripping. This perhaps wasn’t as foreboding and as full of unseen menace as Rebecca and My Cousin Rachel, but it was gripping and dramatic never-the-less and a very [...]

I adore all the Jeeves & Wooster books, they actually make me laugh out loud. They are completely silly, but totally charming, and I love the world in which Bertie Wooster lives. The situations he finds himself in are so funny, and he is so totally inept at dealing with them – and then Jeeves [...]

Review supplied by Matthew Martin I chose to read this novel because it was the winner of the Daily Mail First Novel Award and I like to support new writers and discover new talent for myself. I loved this book, I found the style of writing easy to read and the story was captivating. This [...]

Pimp by Iceberg Slim

Review supplied by Daryl Moore pimp is an epic biopic an insight into the inner workings of a razor sharp mind. Living the gritty life of a pimp on the streets grimy streets of Chicago in a time cleverly forgotten. Slim passes down age old lessons in pimpdom on how to keep iceberg cool and [...]


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