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I love books (and coffee and chocolate...) & there are so many great books to choose from! This weekly podcast includes author interviews, book reviews, opinions and conversation.
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Quick Book Reviews Philippa Hall

    • Arts
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

I love books (and coffee and chocolate...) & there are so many great books to choose from! This weekly podcast includes author interviews, book reviews, opinions and conversation.
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    What a selection!

    What a selection!

    I interview John Marrs about his new book “The Marriage Act” and I also review “Legends & Lattes” by Travis Baldree, “Bad For Good” by Graham Bartlett, “One Night in Hartswood” by Emma Denny and “Washington Black” by Esi Edugyan.
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    • 34 min
    Thrilling reads!

    Thrilling reads!

    I interview C J Tudor about her latest book “The Drift” and also review “The Mysterious Case of the Alperton Angels” by Janice Hallett and “Cold People” by Tom Rob Smith. Plus I also review “The Poetry Pharmacy” & “The Poetry Pharmacy Returns” by William Sieghart and “Geiger” by Gustaf Skordeman.

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    • 40 min
    What books are we starting the year with?

    What books are we starting the year with?

    I interview Chris Hammer about his latest book “Dead Man’s Creek” and also review “The Binding Room” by Nadine Matheson, “Death Comes To Marlow” by Robert Thorogood, “Afterwards” by Charlotte Leonard and “Small Things Like These” by Claire Keegan.
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    • 42 min
    Interviews with Alexandra Benedict & Red Dog Press

    Interviews with Alexandra Benedict & Red Dog Press

    I interview Alexandra Benedict about her latest book "Murder On The Christmas Express" and also review "Sometimes People Die" by Simon Stephenson, "Welcome To The New World" by Jake Halpern & Michael Sloan, "The Six Who Came To Dinner" by Anne Youngson and "The Hive" by Scarlett Brade. Plus I interview Sean Coleman of Red Dog Press about the highs and low of Indie Publishing.
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    • 52 min
    Brian Bilston Interview

    Brian Bilston Interview

    I interview Brian Bilston and discuss his latest book “Days Like These”. I also review “The Satsuma Complex” by Bob Mortimer, “Maureen Fry & The Angel Of The North” by Rachel Joyce, “Rock Paper Scissors” by Alice Feeney and “Affinity” by Sarah Waters.
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    • 46 min
    Top 10 books for Christmas with Lauren from "Lauren and the books"

    Top 10 books for Christmas with Lauren from "Lauren and the books"

    It is that time of year when Lauren and I talk about our top five books for this Christmas, whether you are buying for yourself or looking for present ideas.
    You can find Lauren on Youtube at "Lauren and the books" and on instagram at "Laurenandthebooks".
    Books mentioned include:
    Advent Street By Carol Ann Duffy
    Make you mine this Christmas - Lizzie Huxley-Jones
    The Very Merry Murder Club Edited by Serena Patel & Robin Stevens
    Cat Family Christmas by Lucy Brownridge
    Advent by Laura Fleiter & Kerstin Niehoff
    Cooking the Books - The Hobeck Team
    Letters from Father Christmas - J R R Tolkien
    The Christmas Carols - The Christmas Competition by Mel Taylor Bessent
    The Adventures of the Christmas Pudding - Agatha Christie
    The Shite Before Christmas - Serena Terry


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    • 46 min

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