Book Review: Elly Griffiths’ “The Postscript Murders”

Having visited Brighton a couple of times – once rather recently to enjoy one of those “experience gifts” for the British Airways i360 – I was immediately drawn to this book, my interest peaked by the mysterious cover, displaying an ominous looking Brighton Pier lurking in the mist. Upon reading the preface which set theContinue reading “Book Review: Elly Griffiths’ “The Postscript Murders””

Book Review: Catherine Isaac’s “The World at My Feet”

With my last read being the intense thrill-ride of Harlan Coben, and amidst a demanding week of preparation for my final certificate-level exam for ACA, I decided to start a rather mellow book, gravitating towards the bright colours and pleasant florals of Catherine Isaac’s “The World at My Feet”, with the hope of being cheeredContinue reading “Book Review: Catherine Isaac’s “The World at My Feet””