I loved this and found it harder to put down as time went on. There is a sense of real jeopardy and you fear for the characters and will them to succeed.
On Tuesday it should have been the September 6×6 Reading Café at Hanley Library. Jan and I have been running this event for quite a while and four …Filming at the Library
Island of Fear by Misha Herwin This book drops you straight into the action and never lets up. Feisty young heroine Letty Parker runs her own detective agency in the English west country city of Bristol - but this is an alternative Bristol, newly escaped from the thrall of the Dark Ones, where gargoyles come… Continue reading Review of Island of Fear: The Third Adventure of Letty Parker by Misha Herwin
Fantasy author and editor Jan Edwards has very kindly given me a guest slot on her blog: Guest Writer: Jessica Rydill. And not just me! Jan is featuring a series of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror writers, as well as her own regular blogs. Previous guest bloggers so far have been Misha Herwin and Joanne… Continue reading Guest Writer: Jessica Rydill