Disgrace by Jussi Adler-Olsen

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Adler-Olsen’s second book featuring Detective Carl Mørck of Department Q (the Cold case division) and his delightfully unorthodox sidekick Assad, this is tipped to be as big as “The Killing” and “The Girl…”, when it […]

Morgue Drawer Four by Jutta Profijt

04/10/2012 0

Pascha/Sascha Lerchenberg is a corpse (or maybe a ghost), unappealing in life and not much mourned in death; Martin Gänsewein is an articulate, committed and hard working Coroner. For the majority of the story, Pascha’s […]

A Perfectly Good Man by Patrick Gale

04/10/2012 0

Set in West Cornwall, the latest book by Patrick Gale starts with a very current dilemma – whether it is right to stay with someone as they take their own life, and do nothing to […]

The 3 R’s Do it Yourself by B L Collinge

04/10/2012 0

Something very different for me – a book originally intended for parents of young children, trainee teachers and nursery staff. During her long career, Beryl Collinge used this system to teach a range of pupils […]

From Paupers to iPads by Tony Berry

04/10/2012 0

As reported on the front page of the West Briton (5 January 2012), Tony Berry was prompted to leave his home in Australia to discover the lives of his ancestors in Wales, Yorkshire, Sussex and […]

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