Buddha by Karen Armstrong

For those seeking peace in the midst of this chaotic world Karen Armstrong’s book, Buddha, offers hope. It talks more about a way of life than religion. Words such as enlightenment and Nirvana are inspirational but remain elusive… Read More

The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan

You can read more about Ruth Hogan as she discusses her writing journey In Conversation with Greenacre Writers When Anthony Peardew, a British writer, discovers what he believes are human ashes in a Huntley & Palmers biscuit tin,… Read More

Broken Branches by M Jonathan Lee

When his brother Stuart dies, Ian Perkins returns to his childhood home with his wife Rachel and their small son Harry.  Cobweb Cottage has been in the Perkins’ family for many generations and it has now been passed… Read More

Another You by Jane Cable

Marie Johnson is head chef at The Smugglers, a pub in Dorset she owns and runs with her estranged husband Stephen and their son Jude . The breakdown of their marriage – caused by Stephen having a number… Read More

My Sister’s Bones by Nuala Ellwood

Nuala Ellwood received recognition on the list of The Guardian’s ‘new faces of fiction 2017′ with her debut novel My Sister’s Bones, published by Penguin on 9th February. The story begins with Kate Rafter, a war correspondent, undergoing… Read More

The Unexpected Inheritance of Inspector Chopra

Vaseem Khan was born in London in 1973. He worked for ten years in Mumbai, India and on his return in 2006 joined the Department of Security and Crime Science at University College London and still works there…. Read More

The Present by Spencer Johnson

The Present is a story about a young boy and his friendship with a wise old man. The old man tells the boy that The Present is a gift which, of all the gifts he will ever receive,… Read More

The Dyslexic Hearts Club by Hanneke Hendrix

  Three women, all suffering with burns of varying degree, are brought together in a hospital room which has a policeman parked outside the door 24/7. Anna Van Veen, recovering from a collapsed lung, cuts and burns, is… Read More

Roxy by Esther Gerritsen

  ROXY When Roxy opens the door to the police her first thoughts are about her husband Arthur. She wonders if he has died of a heart attack as he ‘has all the risk factors’. She discovers Arthur… Read More

Half a Pound of Tuppenny Rice by David Coubrough

  Grant Morrison is determined to uncover the secrets surrounding two mysterious deaths that occurred over forty years ago. In 1972 Grant was on holiday in Cornwall with his family. It had been a tradition for some years… Read More