Love London Love Culture’s Favourite Reads of 2020

Having spent more time at home in the last year, here are some of our favourite reads from 2020…. The Devil’s Due by Bonnie MacBird: Sherlock Holmes finds himself involved in a brand new case in this gripping new story that sees a number of leading philanthropists are being killed in alphabetical order and all… Read More

REVIEW: The Mystery of Three Quarters by Sophie Hannah

This just might be the cleverest Hercule Poirot novel that Sophie Hannah has written yet. Sophie Hannah’s third Hercule Poirot mystery gets off to a confrontational start as the Belgian detective himself is accused by four different individuals of writing them all a letter accusing them of murdering Barnabas Pandy – a letter which he… Read More

Five Books on LLLC’s Must-Read List

Here are five books that are  Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon’s list of must-reads….  1. When the Curtain Falls by Carrie Hope Fletcher: as someone who loves the theatre the idea of a novel involving the world of theatre is naturally very appealing – particularly when it has been written by an author who has… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Year: Books

Here’s a guide to Love London Love Culture’s top ten favourite reads for 2017…  10. When the Future Comes Too Soon by Selina Siak: this richly engaging story set during World War II brings to vivid life the suffering that the people of Malaya. A haunting an emotional read that thoroughly grips from beginning to end. Check… Read More

REVIEW: Closed Casket by Sophie Hannah

Sophie Hannah’s latest Hercule Poirot mystery is filled with intricate details that would have made Agatha Christie proud.  Following on from her previous Poirot novel The Monogram Murders, Sophie Hannah has once again come up with another intriguing mystery for the Belgian detective to solve – even if at times the story becomes slightly tangled… Read More

REVIEW: The Monogram Murders by Sophie Hannah

Best known for her psychological thrillers, Sophie Hannah has created a murder mystery involving Hercule Poirot that would go down well with Agatha Christie herself.  Hercule Poirot is given a fresh new outing that involves plenty of twists and although written by a contemporary author, still remains faithful to Agatha Christies original style. The story… Read More