The Arrow Garden by Andrew J King

When lonely and socially isolated translator, Gareth, takes up traditional Japanese archery in 1990s Bristol, he learns that to study Kyudo is to reach out, to another culture, another time, other peopleā€¦ But when one of them reaches back, two lives that should never have touched become strangely entangled. In wartime Tokyo, Tanaka Mie finds… Continue reading The Arrow Garden by Andrew J King

The Drowned City by K J Maitland

Thank you to Caitlin Raynor at Headline Books for a stunning copy of book one of a new historical fiction series about Daniel Pursglove.I’m sharing my review again because the paperback book was published in the UK yesterday Synopsis: 1606. A year to the day that men were executed for conspiring to blow up Parliament,… Continue reading The Drowned City by K J Maitland

The Drowned City by K J Maitland

Thank you to Caitlin Raynor at Headline Books for a stunning hardback copy of book one of a new historical fiction series about Daniel Pursglove. I haven’t read any of Karen Maitland’s books before but I must admit that the setting of Bristol, just down the M4 from home, found me putting this to the… Continue reading The Drowned City by K J Maitland

The Dentist by Tim Sullivan

I’m pleased to be joining the blog tour for the debut novel, The Dentist by Tim Sullivan, organised by Emma of damppebbles.com today. This book is currently free as a ebook on the Kindle. Synopsis: A homeless man. Violently strangled. No leads. Except his past. An outsider himself, DS George Cross is drawn to this… Continue reading The Dentist by Tim Sullivan