BOOK REVIEW: OUTSIDERS by MICHAEL WYNN

The Blurb: DIY Private Investigation is not for the fainthearted. What could the inhabitants of a rural Essex village possibly know about hunting down and defeating a violent drugs gang? Where do you start? Why would you even contemplate starting? Unfortunately, for Julian Ashton and his tramp friend Wordsworth, they have no choice. Embarking innocently … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: OUTSIDERS by MICHAEL WYNN

EVERYTHING BUT THE KITCHEN SINK

'How about this... Americans harnessed electricity,...' 'Yes, very good, Mr. President.' '...we split the atom...' 'Well, sir, technically that was a New Zealander.' '...we gave the world the telephone...' 'That was a Scotsman, Sir' '...and the internet...' 'Tim Berners-Lee was an Englishman working in Switzerland.' '...we settled the Wild West...' 'Maybe don't highlight our record … Continue reading EVERYTHING BUT THE KITCHEN SINK

BOOK REVIEW: MISSING by JAMES McEWAN

The Blurb: "Laura’s mother is missing. A family’s secret. The authorities place three-year-old Laura into foster care. Fifteen years later, a family history project motivates her to search for her true identity. She must find her lost parents to learn the truth about the past. She grew up feeling vulnerable, distressed and abandoned. She constantly … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: MISSING by JAMES McEWAN