The Luck is an absorbing, multi-generational saga featuring interesting, complex characters and a convincing setting.
The Maids of Biddenden is an imaginative and richly detailed, yet realistic story of triumph over religious, gender, and class restrictions.
The Moose Paradox is a welcome return to the brilliant characterisation and tense situations that I loved in The Rabbit Factor.
Miracle Number Four is a vivid and detailed novel that really captures the intensity of youth and the importance of music.
In my head, and out loud.
The Witches of Moonshyne Manor is a wonderfully imaginative, funny, and moving story of ageing witches dealing with today's world.
Black Hearts is a dark, intriguing, and touching addition to a great series.
Folly Ditch is fast-paced, tense, realistic, and thought-provoking.
At the Breakfast Table is an unhurried, multi-layered, and fascinating treat for the senses.
The Rising Tide is a gripping, intriguing, and very human addition to one of my favourite crime series.