What a load of Bournes!
My version: PaperbackGenre: Fiction, SpiesPublisher: Harper CollinsFirst published: 2019ISBN: 9780008200343Pages: 432Bought From the cover:A simple task for MI6 could cost him everything.A simple task.Successful novelist Kit Carradine has grown restless. So when British intelligence invites him to enter the secret world of espionage, he willingly takes a leap into the unknown.A global threat.Kit finds himself in … Continue reading Review: The Man Between – Charles Cumming
Hearne looked down at the faded uniform which had once been Corlay’s, felt once more for the papers in the inside pocket. He was ready. From now on he was one step away from death…
Is there a man behind the mask?
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My version: eBookGenre: Historical Fiction, England, VikingsPublisher: Head of ZeusFirst published: 2020ISBN: 9781838932855Pages: 496 From the cover:There had been portents - famine, whirlwinds, lightning from clear skies, serpents seen flying through the air. But when the raiders came, no one was prepared.They came from the North, their dragon-prowed longships gliding out of the dawn mist as … Continue reading Review: A Time For Swords – Matthew Harffy
My version: eBookGenre: Historical Fiction, US Civil WarPublisher: Brigid's Fire PressFirst published: 2021ISBN: 9780996154123Pages: 399 From the cover:Georgia burns. Sherman's Yankees are closing in, will the women of La Grange run or fight?Based on the true story of the celebrated Nancy Hart rifles, The Cotillion Brigade is a sweeping epic of the Civil War's ravages on … Continue reading Review: The Cotillion Brigade. A Novel Of The Civil War And The Most Famous Female Militia In American history – Glen Craney
"Brimming with the kind of ripped-from-the-headlines authenticity"
Simple and effective
In the snow, death is not the coldest thing waiting for you