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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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Master of the gritty and gruesome returns with 4th historical thriller

Arrowood and the Meeting House Murders by Mick Finlay When four African visitors fall prey to a ruthless London showman, detective William Arrowood is determined to help them evade capture. But in the mean...

Rosanna Ley’s juicy holiday romance in sunny Seville is the perfect holiday read

The Orange Grove by Rosanna Ley  If heart-soaring romance, a 30-year-old mystery, and some of the most mouthwatering locations in stunning Seville stir your soul and set fire to your senses, escape to...

Crime-cracking bon viveur will please the palate of skullduggery lovers

The Coldest Case by Martin Walker  A cold case starts to burn brightly again in the heat of a French summer after a seasoned detective attends a museum exhibition on the facial reconstruction...

Steamy rom-com turns up the Summer heat in Bromley’s debut novel

Talk Bookish to Me by Kate Bromley  As wet, cool weather has made summer’s lease feel all too short this year, turn up the heat with a sizzling sunshine romance from debut author...

Grassy dunes, powder blue skies – this is the next best thing to a holiday

A Day at the Beach Hut: Stories and Recipes Inspired by Seaside Life by Veronica Henry Don’t despair if this year’s holiday plans have been scuppered by lockdown because fabulous feel-good storyteller Veronica...

Paranormal suspense and Yorkshire ghostbusters create debut novel scream-fest

The Wayward Girls by Amanda Mason Born amidst the wild beauty of Whitby and the North Yorkshire moors, Amanda Mason must have grown up with the tales and traditions of literary gothic… So it’s...

The ‘flower of her sex’ – historian brings to life Henry VIII’s sixth wife

Six Tudor Queens: Katharine Parr, The Sixth Wife by Alison Weir To the Victorians, she was a staid bluestocking, her religious views were a dangerous heresy to the Catholic Church, and her grave...

Copy-cat murders and community contagion will thrill forensic fans

The Bone Code by Kathy Reichs  When a medical waste container with two bodies inside is washed up on the shore during a storm in South Carolina, there are startling similarities to a...

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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