The BelEdit Book Reviews blog would not be complete without a review of my own book, Writing for Mobile. A textbook for writers in any media.
Parents, if they love you, will never fully reveal the past. No matter how much you know, you’ll never have the full, lived story.
There’s a body in the library of the Big House, but nothing is quite as it appears in Snow, an atmospheric whodunnit set in post-war Ireland.
Introspective, melancholy but ultimately uplifting exploration of the human condition after the apocalypse.
More relevant than ever. Imagine if we could wipe out Fake News and lying, scumbag politicians thanks to a reliable lie detector?
A well-written, well-researched and gripping story about female convicts shipped to Australia in the mid 19th century
It’s Memorial Day in a small tourist town in Maine where preparations are underway for the annual parade. Hamill introduces a wide variety of characters with his usual vivid portraiture.
Kill Cycle is unlike the other Ike Hamill books I’ve read in that it’s a straight-up crime novel. But like all his novels, it’s unusual – in a good way!
The Thorn Birds is one of the books I scorned for years. It was a bestseller in its day. Romantic fiction – I used to think – is fluff for
Detective Garda Sergeant Mike West is called to investigate a murder in a graveyard in Foxrock, an upscale suburb of Dublin. I thoroughly enjoyed this police procedural. It’s fairly standard