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The stepping stones of Bolton Abbey

24 Hours at Bolton Abbey, England – A Walking Guide

In 2024, the Caravan and Motorhome Club are running a Read, Tour, and Explore Campaign to encourage people to read more and visit places associated with book settings. We aim to help promote authors, both old and new, while providing suggestions on which locations to explore that, at one time, offered inspiration…

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Popular Student Travel Destinations

Travelling is something that many people love to do. It gives us new experiences, learning about fantastic places while meeting new, interesting people. Moreover, it helps us to relax, relieve stress, and get a lot of positive emotions. And your student years may be the best time to do it;…

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Very Bad People by Patrick Alley is a non fictional work that highlights certain corruption issues around the world

Review: Very Bad People by Patrick Alley

Sometimes you read a blurb for a book and think, ‘I need to read this,’ Very Bad People is one of those books.  This is not a fictional read, but any one of the stories here could easily be made into a blockbuster movie, and people would be forgiven for…

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How to plan for a New Zealand trip via @tbookjunkie

How to Plan a New Zealand Road Trip

Awe-inspiring landscapes, endless wilderness, and dramatic scenes are the order of the day when it comes to adventuring in New Zealand. The natural landscape has captured the imaginations of countless creatives, from Witi Ihimaera’s writings of his home country to Peter Jackson’s stroke of genius in capturing The Lord of…

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The Night Shift is the latest crime novel by Alex Finlay

The Night Shift by Alex Finlay

Turning back time, Alex’s latest novel starts in 1999. Or to be more precise, New Year’s Eve 1999. The year everyone thought would bring about a digital apocalypse. Only the brave flew on NYE that year because the thought of plunging to earth as the clocks struck midnight was just…

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Every Last Fear by Alex Finlay is a gripping debut that crime fans will love. Read the full review via @tbookjunkie

Review: Every Last Fear by Alex Finlay

Matt and his family have already been through more than enough. Seven years ago his brother Danny was found guilty of murdering his teenage girlfriend, Charlotte Rose and ever since the family have been thrust into the limelight, journalists prying into their lives at every opportunity. At the time of…

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The Dare by Lesley Kara is her third crime novel but is perhaps her best. Gripping and tense from beginning to end, it is everything a suspense novel should be.

Review: The Dare by Lesley Kara

Even as an adult Lizzie is troubled. She has a past that she is trying desperately to forget but then a child tragically dies on a railway crossing and the memories come flooding back. Lizzie never really did fit in at school. The girls were mean and the boys teased…

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