Blind by Cath Weeks

  Radcliffe Library Readers’ Group have been enjoying getting involved and reviewing books for the Library readers BLOG. Blind by Cath Weeks was their March read, their reactions to the book were definitely mixed. Colin wore his pirate hat to the discussion, held at Radcliffe Library, he didn’t enjoy Blind at all and his most … More Blind by Cath Weeks

A High Mortality Of Doves by Kate Ellis

1919. The Derbyshire village of Wenfield is still reeling from four terrible years of war, and now, just when the village is coming to terms with the loss of so many of its sons, the brutal murder of a young girl shatters its hard-won tranquillity. Myrtle Bligh is found stabbed and left in woodland, her mouth slit to accommodate a dead dove, a bird of peace… … More A High Mortality Of Doves by Kate Ellis

The Light Between Oceans by M. L. Stedman

Two of our readers would like to draw your attention to this title. Would you accept a chance for happiness even if it wasn’t yours to have? This is a story about a lighthouse keeper and his wife, who live on a lonely island with just seagulls, stars and buffeting winds for company. It’s a story about right and wrong, and how sometimes they look the same. … More The Light Between Oceans by M. L. Stedman

The Lighthouse by Alison Moore

I was very wary of this novel, worrying it would be depressing or worthy. It is quite a sad tale, in that none of the characters are particularly likeable and all the relationships are difficult and seem futile, but I would still recommend it. It’s not going to make you feel miserable (maybe because it’s hard to care about the characters, although they are fascinating), it’s beautifully written and very, very clever.” Fiona … More The Lighthouse by Alison Moore