Full Circle by Terry Tyler

“Full Circle” is the sequel to Terry Tyler’s “Dream On”, following the lives of a group of friends from East Anglia who dreamed of making it big in the music world.  But “Full Circle” can be read as a stand-alone novel as the background story of the main characters is incorporated seamlessly into the text.Continue reading “Full Circle by Terry Tyler”

Holding Back by Helen Pollard

It should have been instant attraction for Laura when she met tall, suntanned Daniel Stone at Porto airport but they both behaved rudely over a misunderstanding involving luggage and seeing him arrive at the hotel she was helping to run, was not good news. Every year, language teacher Laura used part of her summer holidayContinue reading “Holding Back by Helen Pollard”

Piano from a 4th Storey Window

Lawrence Fyre is a flamboyant optimist, running a book shop in the Lanes in Brighton called “Sargasso Sea.”  Marin Strang, a shy but self-composed teacher of Spanish, was brought up as a Jehovah’s Witness but now she appears to be running away, not just from her father but also from life itself, as she flitsContinue reading “Piano from a 4th Storey Window”

The Fan Tan Players by Julian Lees

“The Fan Tan Players” tells the story of Nadia Shashkova, a Russian refugee, and Iain Sutherland, a Scottish spy working for the British government. In part one of the book they meet in Macau or Macao, as it was called by the Portuguese, in the spring of 1928. Nadia is 28 and therefore, “on theContinue reading “The Fan Tan Players by Julian Lees”