Tag Archives: 1960s

Blog Tour: Sister Stardust by Jane Green

Claire grew up in a small town, far from the glitz and glamour of London. Ridiculed by her stepmother Linda, and harboring a painful crush on her brother’s best friend, she has begun to outgrow the life laid out before … Continue reading

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Book Review: What About The Girl? by K. T. Cavan

Berne, 1962. When Clemency is asked to help Peter Aspinal pick up some film from one of his agents, she jumps at the chance. It’s a welcome change from her routine desk job at the British Embassy. Peter himself is … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Vinyl Detective: The Run-Out Groove by Andrew Cartmel

His first adventure consisted of the search for a rare record; his second begins with the discovery of one. When a mint copy of the final album by “Valerian”–England’s great lost rock band of the 1960s–surfaces in a charity shop, … Continue reading

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Blog Tour: Dust by Mark Thompson

“Early in life, my grandfather told me that only three things were certain: birth, death and time. And time only ticked one way; it went forward and never back. It came to be a recurring wish with me, the desire … Continue reading

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