A trip to London, featuring The Mousetrap

Last weekend was a very good weekend. I visited my friend in London and had a great time in the capital. The main reason for the visit was to go the Bond in Motion exhibition near Covent Garden, presented by the London Film Museum. My friend Tom and I had visited the national car museum … Continue reading A trip to London, featuring The Mousetrap

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The Lone February Read: The Silent Companions

Having miraculously managed two posts in January, I thought I'd turned a corner with this blogging malarkey and may actually start committing to more than one a month. But life happened, I got ill, and though February was very speedy, my stress levels were rather high and meant very little outside of work actually got … Continue reading The Lone February Read: The Silent Companions

First read of 2018: The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock

The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock  by Imogen Hermes Gowar A quick review with no spoilers! A great first read for 2018 and a wonderful debut. Historical fiction is one of my very favourite genres, and this novel is a firm favourite already. Set in the 18th century, the lives of Angelica and and Jonah are set … Continue reading First read of 2018: The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock