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katemb

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From Authonomy I've bought and loved Notes on an Orange Burial and Seep.

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JaneM wrote 10 days ago

Hi Kate! :) This is Jane and I really hope you won't mind me writi....

katie78 wrote 45 days ago

we have a couple of the same books on our shelves so i was wondering ....

Splinker wrote 47 days ago

Hello. Last week at the Manchester football match, I rented the Jumb....

fledglingowl wrote 113 days ago

katemb, Thanks for your kind words and encouragement. Have published....

Andrew Hughes wrote 117 days ago

Hi Kate, You might remember my book ‘The Morning Drop’ reached the....

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I wrote 743 days ago

Club Agatha Review Alex seems to be an unusual and very interesting character. I really like the premise of someone who feels extreme empathy. Where I think you could take what you have a build further is by showing Alex in this opening wedding scene and having some action where she feels some... view book

I wrote 745 days ago

Club Agatha Review It's a pleasure to return to this book. It's complex: rich with atmosphere and mystery and the historical setting seems to be evoked quite effortlessly. The contrast between the brutal opening and the gentler village scene is really intriguing. I'm keen to go on the book and ... view book

I wrote 749 days ago

Club Agatha Review You have an engaging prologue followed by a smart, funny opening between Chris and Alicia. Without the sniff of corruption in the prologue though, I think I would have struggled to see where the mystery was in this story. The main action of the chapter (after the strong ope... view book

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Club Agatha review I like your title and think the concept of a detective who sees only in black, white and red is very good. Your first chapter gets down to business very nicely - it sets up the murder, the missing son and introduces your detective. As a reader I feel that you have an interestin... view book

I wrote 762 days ago

What strikes me here is that you have a pretty original idea and some well formed characters. I'm intrigued by the set up with one sister separate from her siblng and half-sibling. I was gripped by the scene where the stranger asks Bella to purr. Your scene setting is good too - the cafe in chapter ... view book

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