Monthly Archives: October 2022

Winter Time by Laurence Fearnley – 2022

Laurence Fearnley transports us to places with her writing, whether it be the rocky coast (Reach 2014), wetlands (The Quiet Spectacular 2016), or, in the case of Winter Time, the Mackenzie Basin, in the centre of the South Island. Her … Continue reading

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Back Home in Derry by David McGill – 2022

Dan Delaney’s first adventure was as a young cop placed on assignment on Somes Island in 1935 (The death ray debacle, 2015). Since then, we have read of him in incidents every decade. In Back home in Derry, it is … Continue reading

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