Monthly Archives: November 2021

The Stolen Child by Sanjida Kay

Review by Vasundra Tailor This is a story about a seven-year old child called Evie who is adopted at birth by a loving couple living in the beautiful setting of the Yorkshire Moors. It is also a story about Zoe, … Continue reading

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Letters to Gil by Malik Al Nasir

Book Review by Dee Michell Letters to Gil by Malik Al Nasir is more than a memoir, it is a tribute to Malik’s long-time mentor, teacher, and friend, the legendary poet, musician, and writer, Gil Scott-Heron. In 1984, Malik Al … Continue reading

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Eyes Like Mine by Sheena Kamal

Review by  Carol Sampson Although an early riser Nora Watts is still uneasy when the phone rings at 5am. “I am immediately on guard because everyone knows that nothing good ever happens this early. Not with a phone call, anyway. … Continue reading

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