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Review: Buried by Lynda La Plante

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In the aftermath of a fire breaking out at a remote house near Aylesbury, a badly burned and blackened body is found.  However, it is definitely not the previous owner of the place as she has unfortunately just passed away. Perhaps it was a vagrant trying to stay warm and…

You Never Told Me is the latest novel by Sarah Jasmon. Read the full review via @tbookjunkie

Review: You Never Told Me by Sarah Jasmon

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Charlie doesn’t seem to like backpackers or the fact that they represent privilege, freedom and even perhaps naivety. All she sees is the way these individuals take over cities and countries, not necessarily thinking about the impact they have on the local communities. But then she is in Thailand herself,…

Convictions by Caro Land, a full review by tbookjunkie on the first in a series of court room dramas

Review: Convictions by Caro Land

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Natalie is back in town, returning from Mallorca to the firm after several years enjoying life as the landlord of her very own Spanish bar with her wayward boyfriend, Jose.  Her reality check came when she received a call from her mum’s next-door neighbour explaining that Anna, her rock, had…

Latest Travel Suggestions

Providing Ideas for your next Trip

A Travel Guide to Iloilo in the Philippines

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Iloilo, located on Panay Island, is yet another popular destination in the Philippines. This highly urbanized city carries influences of its Spanish roots, and one can see those impacts in the Spanish-style houses and churches throughout the city. The city itself is the very representation of what the Philippines is…

Why everyone should visit the Philippines

The Real Beach Experience – Visit the Philippines

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Imagine yourself in a touristy beach – trash littered all over, nothing visible but people’s heads and bodies bobbing in the water, strolling and playing in the sand and rides and boats full of them… well, that’s not how you would want to visualize your beach holiday to be, would…