Book Reviews – May 2019


  It has been way too long but at least I have ten new joys to throw your way…   Beth O’Leary – The Flatshare This one definitely belongs in the “to be brought on holiday” pile. It starts with a simple idea – Leon has a one-bedroom flat in London, works nights, needs money. Tilly needs a cheap place to stay, has little money and sees an advert offering a bedroom for 12 hours a day. The two need never meet. Well, that’s like putting a loaded gun on the table at the beginning of a play. What might […]