Category: Literature and Fiction

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

I received this book from NetGalley and am pleased to be able to share my review as follows:

I thoroughly enjoyed this compelling psychological thriller.

The writing style is just perfect for me – well written and straight to the point without the long drawn-out descriptive pages that often find their way into books. This was written to be an experience where you are carried along with the plot so much so that it could be read in a single sitting. I found it very difficult to put it down and even when I did I was constantly thinking about the characters.

I would recommend this book without hesitation.

Roar by Cecelia Ahern

Escape with these uplifting short stories from bestseller Cecelia Ahern   SYNOPSIS I am woman. Hear me roar. Have you ever imagined a different life? Have you ever stood at a crossroads, undecided? Have you ever had a moment when you wanted to roar? The women in these […]

Bridging The Gulf by Malcolm Hollingdrake

This fast moving, thought-provoking thriller is set partly in the stunning beauty and history of Turkish Cyprus.

The novel follows one man’s struggle against faceless bureaucrats bent on negating the existence of Gulf War Syndrome.  

Roy Hanna is a driven man. On his return from the Gulf War, in which he was injured and his comrades killed, he appears to be a successful salesman with everything he could want. Behind his facade, he believes he is suffering from Gulf War Syndrome and that the Government is carrying out a massive cover-up.

The lives of countless sufferers lie in ruins. He is determined that the Government should pay and he embarks on a bombing spree to ensure that it does.