Book Review: The Malinovsky Papers – Hannah Jones

Blurb: Over a nineteen day period in June 1987, Professor Nicholas Malinovsky interviewed a dying Russian emigre in his apartment in Brighton Beach. What Malinovsky learned during those nineteen days - about the Russian Revolution, the House of Special Purpose in Ekaterinburg and, most importantly, what happened to the two youngest Romanov family members - shattered... Continue Reading →

Reader Confession Tag

I was nominated by the lovely Leetha Rose over at Life Should Be Lit! I'm sat in my office at the moment wishing that today would hurry the hell up so I can start the weekend, so I think it's a great idea to procrastinate and do this tag instead of doing my work, right!?... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Copycat – Alex Lake

Blurb: Your stalker is everywhere. Your stalker knows everything. But the real problem is that your stalker is you. Sarah Havenant discovers–when an old friend points it out–that there are two Facebook profiles in her name. One, she recognizes: it is hers. The other, she has never seen. But everything in it is accurate. Recent photos... Continue Reading →

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