Book Club

Exclusive Book Review: ‘Stealth’ by Hugh Fraser.

“An action-packed thriller with a powerful heroine.” – a CUB must-read! London, 1967. A working girl is brutally murdered in a club in Soho. Trained by her own life experiences, […]

Exclusive Review: ‘Broken Ponies’ by Sophie Jonas-Hill.

“An engaging thriller with a feisty heroine.” After taking some time off work as a casino security guard in Vegas, Rita seeks out her ex brother-in-law, Red, so that he […]

Exclusive Review of Linwood Barclay’s ‘A Noise Downstairs’.

“If you’re going to read one thriller this year, make it Linwood Barclay’s latest – you won’t be disappointed” – a CUB must-read! Paul Davis finds two dead bodies in […]

Exclusive Book Review: ‘After the Crash’ by Michel Bussi

“A gripping page-turner full of surprises, twists and turns that you won’t see coming.” On the night of 22 December 1980, a plane crashes on the Franco-Swiss border and is […]

Book review: ‘The Mosul Legacy’ by Christopher Lowery

“The topicality of this novel is what makes it so poignant to read.” Mosul, Iraq, 2016 – once the defining moment of ISIL’s rise to power, but quickly becoming a […]

Review: There Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked by Gina Gambetta

There Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked by Georgina Gambetta: A fun, suspenseful rush of crime, sex and scandal. In her short story There Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked, […]

The power of a children’s book: ‘Wonder’ by R.J. Palacio

10-year-old August Pullman was born with grave genetic abnormalities, resulting in an extreme facial deformity. The doctors didn’t expect him to survive after birth, but he did. Until the beginning […]

Review: ‘Layover’ by Lisa Zeidner

“As humorous as Zeidner’s heroine is, the emotion is raw and heartfelt.” Claire Newbold is not a conventional heroine. She’s intelligent and sexy, but she has also been known to […]

Album Art

Some pieces of art are subtle. Not in how they are crafted or what they depict, but how they are showcased to the world. Art comes in so many different […]