Top Reviewer Ranking: 8,537
Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (98 of 107)



Top Reviewer Ranking: 8,537 - Total Helpful Votes: 98 of 107
Dancing in the Shadows by Anne Saunders
Dancing in the Shadows by Anne Saunders
4.0 out of 5 stars Feel-good read, 18 Sep 2014
This tale is centred around human relationships and is therefore extremely poignant at times. In a world where she is not sure who or what to trust, Dorcas must learn to become her own person and reach out for what she really wants; there is therefore a real sense of journey to this tale, which keeps you interested from start to finish. Saunders sets the scene brilliantly with vibrant characters and picturesque landscapes.
Blackstone and the Great Game by Sally Spencer
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Spencer has really outdone herself here; this book is excellent on so many levels. Firstly, the plot is an endless trail of twists and turns; it therefore keeps you on your toes and never provides a dull moment. Secondly, the characters; they are diverse, realistic and not at all predictable. Lastly, the scale of the novel; what at first seems to be a story about London crime swiftly becomes a tales that centers around misdeeds which may effect the whole of the British Empire. This all makes for an enthralling read, with an equally explosive ending. Would definitely recommend.
Fireball: An SBS Thriller by Charles Whiting
Fireball: An SBS Thriller by Charles Whiting
I prefer Charles Whiting when writing as Leo Kessler about the Second World War but Fireball is still a serviceable modern thriller. Soldiers and fans of the likes of McNab and Falconer should especially enjoy it. The plot is not the most original in the world but story is pacey and characters engaging. Good fun.