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Escaped From Syria

Review by Anne

The novel gives an insight into the struggles which the Syrians are facing. Not only does it explore the issues surrounding what is going on in Syria, but it further elaborates on the difficulties the refugees face when fleeing their country. I hear that the author is supporting charities in Syria. Wow. An inspirational woman! Definitely one to look out for. Full five stars from me!

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Escaped From Syria

Review by Uma Khan

It is a Heart touching book. The author has kept it simple, clear and gripping throughout the whole book, just didn't want to put it down. After reading the book it made me reflect on my own life. It just gave me slightly closer glimpse of truly horrifying events that actually taking place in Syria. I would highly recommend the book it is amazing read!

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Three Decades of Duty

Review by Brian

Thoroughly enjoyable and an easy read, having never served in the Army it is a refreshing angle on what the Army and particularly the Parachute Regiment get up to around the world. I laughed out loud at some of the stories, others were very amusing and some very poignant. An excellent insight into the make up of soldiers and their sense of humour. Very well done.

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We The Great Are Misthought

Review by Gabriel

This book took me 3 and 1/2 days to read. I was hooked from the prologue. It's the continuation of one of history's most epic stories. There are characters to love and love to hate. The scenes and characters are described so well it really takes you there. It's filled with emotions and kept me on the edge of my seat. Anyone loving history, scenes filled with passion and emotions from all spectrums, with that little bit of grit should pick up this book. It would make a good movie. Can't wait to read the next one. Loved it.

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Memories and Missions

Review by Alison Doyle

Amazing book with many real life stories about experiences with Brid. Started the book on a journey and kept reading in until it was finished ! Gripping stories about various experience that always kept it interesting. Great read and good humour in real life stories. Highly recommended!

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A Smuggler's Tale

Review by Richard Lewis, Hastings Independent

Andy Clancy takes you back in time with historical details, clearly-drawn characters and a fast-paced plot. This is a well-crafted read with characters and storyline expressed in a taut prose style with plenty of action and reasons to keep turning the page. The narrative is stripped down to its most necessary components, and so it’s two hundred pages move quickly and with a depth sufficient to know and feel the characters, and also to observe how ordinary people get caught up in the games of government and evil men. I think there is a valuable place for historical fiction in our present-day lives to hold up a mirror whereby, whilst appreciating how far we have moved on, we can also see ourselves.

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The Cedar Cage

Review by F.G. Cottam

The three characteristics that distinguish this debut novel are originality, ambiguity and ambition. There is plenty of intrigue and mystery to keep you turning the pages and the characterisation is solid. But it's the pinpoint period detail and atmosphere of creepy isolation sustained throughout that really impresses. Stylish, assured and a welcome new voice. I thought the novel excellent - original, ambitious and accomplished. Congratulations.

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I Am the Walker

Review by Keith Chawgo, Literary Licence Podcast

Robson does it again with the unexpected thriller. J.M. Robson is one of those authors that really excel in what they write. This is a dark twisted story that takes the reader on a journey of self- discovery and gripping you until the final climax, which will take you by surprise. It works on so many cylinders that this is a true marksmanship of a novel. Exciting, gripping, dark, comedic and thought provoking dark fiction at its best. A must read for people looking for a great summer read that works in all seasons.

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I Am the Walker

Review by Press and Journal YL Magazine

'Book of the Week', 26th May 2018

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I Am the Walker

Review by Nicole Kelbie, Scotland Correspondent

'I am the Walker' by J.M. Robson is the author's second novel to be published, however don't be fooled by her small resume, as Robson brilliantly and expertly delves into the twisted story of a deeply disturbed individual that is sure to have your hairs stand on end.

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The Cedar Cage

Review by F.G.Cottam, Paranormal-Mystery Author

The three characteristics that distinguish this debut novel are originality, ambiguity and ambition. There is plenty of intrigue and mystery to keep you turning the pages and characterisation is solid. But it's the pinpoint period detail and atmosphere of creepy isolation sustained throughout that really impresses. Stylish, assured and a welcome new voice in a fluently written novel rich in symbolism. Recommended 5-Stars.

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The Cedar Cage

Review by Christopher Warwick, Royal Biographer and Broadcaster

The final twist in this original and compulsive page-turner is one you could never have imagined or, indeed, seen coming. 'The Cedar Cage' deserves huge success!

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