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Reviewed on Richard and Judy on 22 March 2006. Heâ€™s a well-known, bestselling American author of fast-paced crime but this one is a little out of the norm. Itâ€™s a fascinating insight into the workings of the American legal system, there are many such but this is very good. The devious, almost illegal, way the system can be manipulated is highly informative and enthralling. This title is also available as an Audiobook, in either CD or cassette format.Comparison: John Grisham, Robert Crais, David Baldacci.
There are very few people writing in this traditional spy novel genre, and even fewer as good as this man. This is his fourth novel, a tale of nerve and intelligence set as the Berlin Wall is torn down. This title is also available as an Audiobook in CD format.Comparison: Robert Harris, John Le Carré, Gerald Seymour. Similar this month: Terence Strong, Douglas Reeman.
Val McDermid is the winner of the CWA Cartier Diamond Dagger Award 2010, which honours outstanding achievement in the field of crime writing. A superb psychological thriller in which a present-day murder has its roots in the eighteenth century and the mutiny on the Bounty.
A powerful and emotional novel that spans continents, decades and generations of one family.
Yet another irrestible new novel from one of the UK's bestselling authors. Meet the Boyd family and the empty nest, twenty-first-century style. The youngest of the family is, at last, leaving home. Needless to say family life is never straight forward and the twists and turns make for a truly compelling read. To view a reading guide for this title click here
The next in his epic fantasy series, The Sword of Truth. 9th in this epic fantasy adventure featuring magician Richard Rahl, if you like it there will be plenty to keep you busy.
A tale examining modern marriage or, to be more precise, modern divorce, set around amateur dramatics and village life. It has a lot to identify with, a nice amusing, easy-read with a tear or two and a laugh or three.Comparison: Erica James, Katie Fforde, Elizabeth Buchan.Similar this month: Mary Nickson.
Jess, the eight year old daughter of a Nigerian mother and an English father, feels ostracised but is blessed with a vivid imagination. On holiday in Nigeria she meets a girl of her own age, a kindred spirit, perhaps an imaginary friend or her dead twin. I’m not telling you, suffice to say the relationship takes some interesting twists in a challenging read.Comparison: Zadie Smith, Diana Evans, Donna Daley-Clarke.Similar this month: None but try John Bennett. To view a reading guide for this title click here
A wacky, slapstick, irreverent romp with a naïve Jewish vegetarian attempting to fulfil his duties as a mobile librarian on the North Antrim coast. First he must find his books! It really is delightfully silly, a good, easy, escapist read and the first of a series.Comparison: Tom Sharpe, Alexander McCall Smith, James Hawes.Similar this month: None but try George McDonald Fraser or John Bennett.
This is the inspirational tale of Sergei Ivanov, affectionately known as Socrates, who first appeared in Dan Millmanâ€™s book, The Way of the Peaceful Warrior. Set against the backdrop of Tsarist Russia, it tells the story of how he acquired his hard-earned wisdom.
Reviewed on Richard & Judy on 9th August 2006. This is very special, a history mystery-cum-love story that delves into the vampire myth. Ranging across continents and ages, incidents and emotions, it catches you by surprise and leaves you breathless. If you are prepared to accept one or two unusual facts, then it all becomes frighteningly feasible. Well written and sumptuous, it is a perfect gem. You’ve got to read it as it is one of the best books of the month. Comparison: Lev Grossman, Adrian Mathew. Similar this month: None but try Michael Cordy or John Connolly.
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eBooks have at last come of age and although you have been able to see if an eBook is available on a title by title basis on Lovereading for a while now, we also wanted to create a special section which features all of our eBook recommended reads.
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