Vivid, beautifully written novel about a wonderful 19th century cook, Eliza Acton, with characters and scenes that leap off the page.
There’s no excuse for being a serial killer… Or is there? Superbly written, captivating and vivid historical novel based on a true story.
Well written, moving accounts by a forensic psychiatrist, exploring the backgrounds of criminals and their motivations for committing crimes.
The love story of a fictional couple serves as an argument for enlightened romantic pessimism: don’t marry for love, marry someone you like.
An intimate, readable, day-to-day account of life in London during the plague of 1665, remarkably similar to life during a pandemic today.
A glimpse into the lifelong effects of terrible childhood events. Just Ignore Him is a a beautiful, unforgettable, sad, funny and brave book.
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.
Vivid, informative and well written account of the lives of servants, drawn from the letters and memoirs of servants, from the 19C to today.
Understanding narcissistic behavior helps you handle narcissists and self-centered people. Spot the signs and learn when to move away.
Nauseating, mommy-soaked, goody-goody, goddy-goddy saccharine from a 21st century Stepford wife. Is this what feminism has come to?