The Thirteenth Tale by Diana Setterfield

Margaret Lea works at her father’s antiquarian bookshop. When she receives a letter from famous author Vida Winters, inviting her to write the author’s biography, Margaret is drawn by the mystery of it all. In unravelling the author’s story, Margaret comes face to face with a truth that has been lurking in her periphery allContinue reading “The Thirteenth Tale by Diana Setterfield”

Rosemary’s Baby by Ira Levin

Rosemary can’t believe her luck when a house in the Bramford becomes available just when she and her husband, Guy Woodhouse, are above to move into a new place. Despite her guardian’s warnings about the ill reputation Bramford has garnered over the years, they get settled in. Within a few days, Rosemary begins noticing aContinue reading “Rosemary’s Baby by Ira Levin”

The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel

Heralded as THE book to read when starting your personal finance journey, The Psychology of Money is a nonfiction book on the right mindsets to adopt to make your money work for you. To say that I finally read this book is no small joy. I’d been procrastinating about doing so for far too long,Continue reading “The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel”

The Binding by Bridget Collins

Emmett Farmer’s days are spent working at his family farm, all the while striving to keep the symptoms of his illness from taking over. But when a letter comes for him, he finds himself sent off to be a binder’s apprentice. In a world where the art of binding – taking away people’s painful memoriesContinue reading “The Binding by Bridget Collins”

Dead Silence by S.A Barnes

20 years ago, the Aurora, a luxury space vessel, went missing on its maiden voyage, carrying close to 700 people on board for a tour across the space. When the team lead of a comm web maintenance mission, Claire Kovalik, finds the lost ship, she has no idea that her decisions will unearth the horrorsContinue reading “Dead Silence by S.A Barnes”