REVIEW: The Devil’s Due by Bonnie MacBird

Bonnie MacBird’s third Sherlock Holmes novel is thrilling and filled with immense detail that will impress fans of the legendary detective. Filled with danger, intrigue and more than one villainous character to look out for, The Devil’s Due is a thrilling new Sherlock Holmes adventure that effectively immerses the reader into his world. Set in… Read More

Interview With…Niki Aguirre

Emma Clarendon chatted to the author about her new collection of stories Terminal Romance, published on the 17th September. Hi Nikki, could you tell me more about what Terminal Romance is about? Terminal Romance is a collection of interlinked short stories touching on themes such as connections, physicality vs cyberspace, and romantic disillusion. The timeline… Read More

REVIEW: The Final Warning by Peter Isdell-Carpenter

This debut novel from Peter Isdell-Carpenter offers a chilling insight at what the future of America could look like…. Corruption, betrayal and secrecy all lie at the centre of this chilling and compelling debut novel that examines what the future of politics could look like in America and its potential impact on the Western world.… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Book Picks for September 2020

Here’s our guide to some of the best books that are being released this month… Troubled Blood by Robert Galbraith: as Strike’s exploits are explored on television once more with the adaptation of Lethal White on the BBC, comes his next crime solving adventure onto the page. Set to be published on the 15th September,… Read More

Review Round Up: The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

Matt Haig’s new book explores regret, hope and forgiveness through the eyes of a character who gets to see the possibilities of her life through a library. Here’s what critics have been saying about it… The Guardian: “This is a streamlined novel; no side plots, no broad cast of characters, no twists of fantasy for… Read More

Review Round Up: Midnight Sun by Stephanie Meyer

The author of the Twilight Saga has released a new addition to the series – telling the story from Edward’s point of view. Here’s what critics have been saying about it… The Washington Post: “Meyer wrote with her biggest fans in mind, dedicating the book to them, and plunging into the mind of Washington state’s… Read More

REVIEW: The Tuscan Contessa by Dinah Jeffries

This latest novel from Dinah Jeffries takes readers right to the centre of the action in World War II as two women help in the dangerous fight against German occupation in Italy. One of the most pleasing things about reading a novel by Dinah Jefferies is the way in which she manages to create such… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 26th July

Here’s a guide to what has been happening this week on LLLC….. Preview of The New Normal Festival: we have shared details of the upcoming outdoor and socially distanced festival which will run at The Royal Victoria Patriotic Building in Wandsworth throughout August. Confirmed acts include: magician Ben Hart, Olivier Award winning smash-hit Showstopper! and I Wish… Read More

NEWS: Adrian McKinty Wins Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year 2020

It has been announced that the former Uber driver has won this year’s award for his book The Chain. The Belfast born Adrian McKinty has been awarded the UK’s crime award, the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year, for his best-selling thriller, The Chain, that sees parents forced to abduct children to save the lives of their… Read More

NEWS: Philip Pullman to Release Unseen His Dark Materials Novella

Titled Serpentine, the novel will link where the His Dark Materials series left off as well as linking The Book of Dust series. To celebrate the 25th anniversary since the first book in His Dark Materials series, Northern Lights was released, Philip Pullman has announced he is releasing a new standalone book about teenage Lyra.… Read More