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Pam Norfolk

Pam Norfolk has been writing book reviews for over ten years, including for the Wordsworth Trust. She has also worked as a reporter and sub-editor on regional and national newspapers.
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Lynda La Plante: The queen of crime is back

Buried by Lynda La Plante A burnt-out cottage, a dead body, and over a million pounds worth of charred bank notes linked to a notorious train robbery… it can only mean one thing....

Action-packed Follett prequel transports back to brutal days of Viking attacks

The Evening and the Morning by Ken Follett Thirty-one years ago, Ken Follett set aside his thriller writing to lay the foundations of a remarkable historical novel which would become a worldwide phenomenon...

Rock ‘n’ rolling her way to Mr Right

Love Songs for Sceptics by Christina Pishiris If music, romance and wry comedy lift your spirits, then tune in to Christina Pishiris’ sparkling debut novel and you might just find yourself singing (and...

Gripped by a tale of love and war

The Singapore Grip by J.G. Farrell  If you’ve been gripped by the major ITV dramatisation of J.G. Farrell’s tragi-comic tale charting the invasion of Singapore during the Second World War, why not read...

Pam Norfolk

Pam Norfolk has been writing book reviews for over ten years, including for the Wordsworth Trust. She has also worked as a reporter and sub-editor on regional and national newspapers.
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