Here’s an invitation difficult to turn down... a trip to the beautiful Cornish coast, courtesy of one of Britain’s best-loved TV presenters.
When Tanya Byrne’s debut novel Heart-Shaped Bruise was published last year, it didn’t so much break onto the scene as explode in a myriad of starry-eyed reviews.
Elizabeth Loupas isn’t the first writer to be inspired by the marital mysteries surrounding the shadowy 16th century Duke of Ferrara... English poet Robert Browning got there first.
Bangalore... southern India’s entrepreneurial boom city where tradition and technology, ancient cultures and industrial conglomerates, urban grime and suburban grace rub along together amidst a teeming mass of humanity.
The renowned Chief Inspector Van Veeteren might now be retired and ensconced in an antiquarian bookshop but his voice still speaks loud to his young protégé Ewa Moreno as she is drawn into a disturbing case...
Anyone who says love and politics don’t mix should pick up a copy of Midnight in St Petersburg, Vanora Bennett’s classy new novel.
With its long history dating back to a permanent Roman settlement, an imposing hilltop castle and a rich variety of architectural gems, Lancaster has much to be proud of.
For over 300 years, Bluff House has loomed large over Whiskey Beach, facing the cold, turbulent Atlantic as if it was a challenge.
Judy Taylor’s domestic dilemma is one we can all recognise...
Thirteen years have passed since Lancashire-born author Trisha Ashley first published Good Husband Material and it’s pleasing to report that age has added a warm of layer of nostalgia to this edgy, earthy, exhilarating love story.
Prepare to be amazed... and amused... and totally blown away!
It seems such a travesty to label Marian Keyes’ brilliantly funny books as chick-lit...
They say every picture tells a story... but here’s a story that paints a multitude of pictures.
Kate Parker is convinced that she’s cursed; she’s that one in a million person to whom seriously bad things happen.
There’s no point in beating about the bush... the English language is simply littered with quirks which, to foreigners, must sound positively barking mad!
You have to take your hat off to anyone who can conjure up a clever and refreshingly original story out of... a hat!
If you have always considered kayaking to be just another word for canoeing, think again...
The survivor of a horrific road crash murdered amidst the carnage, and a young father and his baby son burned to death in a house fire... Northumberland police detective Kate Daniels has her work cut out in a new and devastating case.
There’s a warm invitation from the tried and trusted experts at Scholastic to dip into their spring collection of exciting children’s books.
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Weather for Garstang
Tuesday 21 May 2013
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