The tension comes from the what happens after the girls disappear; the book gets darker, creepier and more sinister towards the end. Continue reading This week I’m reading: Picnic at Hanging Rock by Joan Lindsay
May was a bumper month for reading; I got through six books, including YA fiction, a thriller, historical fiction and memoir. What have you been reading? Continue reading Reading round-up: what did you read this month?
…it is easy to picture yourself there, walking among the smouldering ruins after the Great Fire has ripped through the heart of the city. Continue reading The Ashes of London by Andrew Taylor
Have you read any of these? Continue reading TBR pile: memoir, murder & matches
It sounds like the perfect murder mystery novel but everything in here really happened. Continue reading Murder By The Book: a juicy slice of Victorian crime with a literary twist
1940s postcards that belonged to my grandfather Continue reading Beautiful Vintage New York Postcards
A fascinating slice of Tudor history Continue reading This week I’m reading…
Discover our garden’s secret Continue reading What’s that lurking at the bottom of the garden?