Are You Ready For A Right Guid Read?
Archived news: published on Tuesday 01 May 2012 by Fife Council
Book jacket image of Catch Your Death by Louise Voss and Mark Edwards
Laugh, cry, shiver with fear and go weak at the knees with romance – you’ll experience all these emotions when you try this month’s selection of Right Guid Reads.
Louise Voss and Mark Edward’s Catch Your Death is a nail biting thriller, guaranteed to set your pulse racing while cake lovers will drool over Marian Keyes luscious baking book, Saved By Cake – and yes, I can identify with that as I’ve been saved by cake on many occasions!
Have the tissues near for John O’Farrell’s latest book The Man Who Forgot His Wife, a laugh out loud reading experience. You’ll need them too for Janine Di Giovanni’s Ghosts by Daylight, a poignant memoir of the former Times war correspondent.
For a bit of romance, try the Kirilov Star by Mary Nichols, where Russian history and a wartime setting blend into a wonderfully romantic read.
This month’s What’s New offers acclaimed Swedish crime writer Camilla Lackberg’s latest book, The Drowning alongside newcomer Chris Pavonne’s thriller The Expats. The Hairy Bikers Big Book of Baking is packed with tasty treats while Dot Mary Dunn’s Bread, Jam and a Borrowed Pram portrays life in Britain for a 1950’s midwife.
Whatever you choose to read this month, I hope you find A Right Guid Read.Click on the publication link on this page to read this month's reviews. If you would like to submit a review for A Right Guid Read, click on the link to the online review form.
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