Thought provoking and tender, Maksimow’s debut novel explores the very serious subject of abuse and the challenges faced by estranged parents in a read that’s sure to have you hooked from the start.
Steven Joseph offers another bonkers tale in “Snoodles, kidoodles, poodles and lots and lots of noodles”. With bright busy illustrations and an equally hyperactive story, this little book is fun, fun, fun.
An elegantly coiled puzzler that spins a tale of PTSD and pharmaceutical malpractice E. W. Johnson M.D. weaves absorbing plot threads into the cunningly unpredictable that like his previous release, virulence, observes how the shadier subsets of society operate in a needy, greedy, paranoid and duplicitous age.