Month: February 2019

February 2019 Books

February 2019 Books

Hello! Dare I say it but apart from a little snow February was OK weather wise wasn't it? Phew! I could not face another Beast from the East that's for sure! It has been a quiet month at Beverley Has Read but I did manage to meet Jo Spain at Waterstones Newcastle and listen to … Continue reading February 2019 Books

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Book Review: The Wych Elm – Tana French

Book Review: The Wych Elm – Tana French

About The Book WHAT DO WE HIDE INSIDE OURSELVES? One night changes everything for Toby. He's always led a charmed life - until a brutal attack leaves him damaged and traumatised, unsure even of the person he used to be. He seeks refuge at his family's ancestral home, the Ivy House, filled with memories of wild-strawberry summers … Continue reading Book Review: The Wych Elm – Tana French

Book Review: Dodgers – Bill Beverly (Guest Review)

Book Review: Dodgers – Bill Beverly (Guest Review)

I have something a little different today in the form of a guest post from one of my friends. I'm going to refer to her as M, because if I put her Christian name on here she will send me abusive WhatsApp messages and I don't want that. Not least because she knows where the … Continue reading Book Review: Dodgers – Bill Beverly (Guest Review)

Book Review: The Dreamers – Karen Thompson Walker

Book Review: The Dreamers – Karen Thompson Walker

About The Book In an isolated college town in the hills of Southern California, a freshman girl stumbles into her dorm room, falls asleep—and doesn’t wake up. She sleeps through the morning, into the evening. Her roommate, Mei, cannot rouse her. Neither can the paramedics who carry her away, nor the perplexed doctors at the hospital. Then … Continue reading Book Review: The Dreamers – Karen Thompson Walker

Book Review: We Must Be Brave – Frances Liardet

Book Review: We Must Be Brave – Frances Liardet

About The Book One woman. One little girl. The war that changed everything. December 1940. In the disorderly evacuation of Southampton, England, newly married Ellen Parr finds a small child asleep on the backseat of an empty bus. No one knows who little Pamela is. Ellen professed not to want children with her older husband, and when … Continue reading Book Review: We Must Be Brave – Frances Liardet

Blog Tour Review: Beton Rouge – Simone Buchholz

Blog Tour Review: Beton Rouge – Simone Buchholz

About The Book On a warm September morning, a man is found unconscious and tortured in a cage at the entrance to the offices of one of Germany’s biggest magazines. He’s soon identified as a manager of the company. Three days later, another manager appears in a similar way. The magazine staff were facing significant layoffs, so … Continue reading Blog Tour Review: Beton Rouge – Simone Buchholz

Book Review: The Silent Patient – Alex Michaelides

Book Review: The Silent Patient – Alex Michaelides

About The Book Alicia lives a life most dream of. She lives in a house in one of the most desirable areas of London. She is a famous painter, and her husband, Gabriel, is an in-demand fashion photographer. Her life is perfect. Theo Faber, a forensic psychotherapist, has been consumed with the case for five years, and … Continue reading Book Review: The Silent Patient – Alex Michaelides