Twatter
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Katy Hopkins is no stranger to controversy. She describes herself as ‘A conduit for truth’ when in reality she is a racist, bigot, and homophobe. In 2006 she took part in The Apprentice but left after Lord Sugar offered her a position in the final. She cited problems with childcare. But at long last, we … Read more

Social Distancing
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Social distancing measures are about to become a thing of the past in the UK. BoZo and Co(rrupt) have long awaited the day when science tells them they can slap each other on the back again. But is the decision ‘really’ based on science? Apparently not. Many scientists in the UK, and indeed across the … Read more

The House of Silk (Sherlock Holmes)
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This is Horowitz’s first dive into the world of Sherlock Holmes. It was also the first Holmes book sanctioned by the Conan Doyle estate. As this was my first time delving in to the world of Sherlock Holmes on paper I couldn’t think of a better way to be introduced. The book opens in 1915, … Read more

Blood Ink
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I had the privilege of receiving a review copy of this book and if you are a fan of horror/sci-fi then this is the book for you. First things first, Blood Ink is an anthology novel. 6 short stories bound together into a whole. From story to story it’s easy to have a connection and … Read more