This is a beautifully illustrated book about a fox, known as Scaredy Fox, who wants a new name. He sees a group in the park doing yoga and decides to try it. For all of the yoga moves he makes up new names and tells them to his animal friends. Will his friends be impressed and rename him? What is lovely about this book is that children can try out the yoga moves. I would recommend this book for younger readers. I’m sure they’d love it.
This book is available from Amazon in paperback for £5. or on Amazon’s Kindle for £1.99 here
This is a sequel to the first book called, Betrayal and although it could be read on its own, I would recommend that you read Betrayal first.
In this book, Helen King, a serial killer, is sentenced for her crimes, but she writes a letter to the chief investigating officer to explain why she committed the murders. Can there ever be a justification for murder? You might think not, but you might change your mind.
Betrayal: The Consequences will keep you gripped throughout. You will meet the members of the police team that were responsible for arresting Helen King. They are powerful characters, that make up a strong team. Perhaps they will go on to solve more crimes. I’ve enjoyed both books and hope there will be more in the future.
Betrayal: The Consequences is available on Amazon’s Kindle for £0.99 here.
This is a book of short stories about Friday, a black cat, who lives with Trixie. Each chapter contains another episode in Friday’s life. He has a strong sense of justice and where he goes, justice follows, although I have to say some of the consequences are rather extreme. Kathleen, Trixie’s cousin, comes to stay with her rabbit and later moves into a cottage nearby, with her brother Tom. Friday’s protection extends to include them as well.
This is a lovely book, well written and very entertaining. If you like cats and the paranormal this is the book for you.
On Amazon the paperback is £9.99 and the Kindle version is £2.23. You can visit Amazon here.
This is a moving real story that is well written. Having said that it was difficult to read because of the content. You wanted to reach into the book and rescue the child from the dreadful father, rather unpleasant mother and not very nice brother. What made it worse was when the father betrayed his daughter to his friends.
For anyone needing to understand about child abuse, this is the book to read, as it shows that outsiders had no idea of what was going on. It also shows us the importance that children should be listened to and believed, which was not the case with the social worker.
But this is also the story of an abused child who turned into a strong young woman, who learned to stand up for herself and from what the book says is now a happy mother and grandmother. I am glad it had a happy ending.
Never A Hero To Me is available on Amazon Kindle as an ebook for £3.99 here.