Fiona Brichaut

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WRITING FOR MOBILE: How to ...

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Writing for Mobile

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The Mystery at Un...
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Mindsight: The Ne...
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Head First by Alastair Santhouse
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I was very disappointed by this book. The description says "eminent psychiatrist Dr Alastair Santhouse draws on his experience of treating thousands of hospital patients to show how our emotions are inextricably linked to our physical wellbeing." I e ...more
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The Answer to Everything by Luke Kennard
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I have mixed feelings indeed about The Answer to Everything. There’s a lot that’s very good about this book, but oh so much to dislike in the characters, that it taints the reading of the book. Overall though, it’s a fine novel and a good read.

The st
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The Devil You Know by Gwen Adshead
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The Devil You Know Stories of Human Cruelty and Compassion is a profoundly moving book. There’s no doubt a certain ghoulish voyeurism that attracts people to books about true crime and criminal psychology. This is not catering to that audience.

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The Shape of Water by Guillermo del Toro
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White City by Kevin Power
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White City is a sometimes funny and at times heartrending story of a young man struggling to redeem himself after his life is destroyed by his family, his friends and his own deeply flawed decisions.

Ben is the epitome of the spoiled rich kid you’d lo
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Skelton's Guide to Suitcase Murders by David Stafford
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Skelton’s Guide to Suitcase Murders is another absolute treat served up by David Stafford. It’s funny, quirky, clever, entertaining and well written. And based on a true case (legal case, not suitcase. Although in that case (no pun intended) I suppos ...more
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The Perfect Life by Nuala Ellwood
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This is a decent 'light' mystery. While some of the themes and storylines are rather dark, and the story revolves around a woman who is traumatised, it's light in that it's a quick-read, airport book, not a literary prizewinner.

First, the pros. This
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Healing the Shamed by John L. Glanville
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The Serial Killer’s Wife by Alice  Hunter
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Light entertainment with a good dose of nastiness.

This is an ambitious novel, in terms of plot, but it fails to live up to the ambition. It got bogged down by the intended complexity of the plot at the expense of the characters. Still, it's an easy r
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London, Burning by Anthony   Quinn
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Rating: 2.5/5

I expected to enjoy this as, although I didn't live in London in the 70s, I was in my teens then and listening to the same music, following the same news stories, experiencing similar day-to-day life. So I thought it would be a nostalgic
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