Please Don’t Tell – Linda Daunter

Well-written with pace and a ‘twist-in-the-tail’. The characterisation of neighbour Elsie, a notorious gossip, is particularly strong. She is persuaded to keep an unlikely secret until life events change her mind. I like the subtle hints of what really happened, the humour and the unexpected ending. A very enjoyable read! Jan Baynham 29/3/15 Download the…

Author Profile – J. Douglas Sparer

J. Douglas Sparer Biographies should be rationally, emotionally or aesthetically satisfying. Unfortunately, almost none are.  Is it significant that Shakespeare’s father was a glove maker, that Milton was blind prig, that George Eliot was a woman, or that Hemmingway blew his own brains out?  I think not.  Hopefully, the pictured Basset will provide at least…