Travel writer Tom Anderson’s debut novel is a skilled and original supernatural whodunit crossed with horror story and gritty portrayal of suburban Wales, writes Chris Moss Travel writer Tom Anderson’s debut novel is a skilled and original supernatural whodunit crossed with horror story and gritty portrayal of suburban Wales, writes Chris Moss, and while restricted […]
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Brando’s Bride : The incredibly true story of Anna Kashfi and her marriage to one of Hollywood’s greatest stars

Chris Moss

PUBLISHED ON: 30/07/19

CATEGORY: Reviews

Marlon Brando is one of those movie heartthrobs we don’t quite get anymore – and I mean ‘get’ in both senses of the word. Odd-looking, with his sly ey …

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A Welsh Witch, A Romance of Rough Places

Steven Lovatt

PUBLISHED ON: 22/05/13

CATEGORY: Reviews

A Welsh Witch is a novel by Allen Raine (Anne Adeliza Puddicombe), originally published in 1902, that charts the progress from adolescence to maturity …

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