Joanna Trollope has been writing for over 30 years, is classified as a romantic novelist and admits to being a more social than political writer.
Pittenweem Library reviews
Clare Chambers has several critically acclaimed novels of different genres behind her
Kate Weinberg's debut novel, The Truants, appeared to great acclaim – one of the New York Times Book Review's Top Ten Best Crime Novels of 2020
"This is a historical novel – a dynastic family saga set against a well written, extraordinarily well researched history, principally of Burma. Three countries are involved in the tale: Burma, Malaya and India (the older terminology is used deliberately here). There are three elements. First, the end of the Burmese monarchy and the shameful (?) role of the British in…
Review: The Lost Pianos of Siberia, by Sophy Roberts
Emeritus Professor Anthony Lodge, already well-known locally for his interesting talks and guided walks based on the history of Pittenweem Priory, has just published an absorbing and meticulously well-researched and referenced account of the Priory since its founding through to the present day.
Review of A Promised Land by Barack Obama
Review: DCI Sophie Allen series of crime novels by Michael Hambling
An Empire in the East, by Norman Lewis