Guy Adams's latest novel is a fun read, but it's not anything like the classic Sherlock Holmes stories.
Secret London: Unusual Bars and Restaurants by Rachel Howard showcases more than a hundred places with bizarre décor, eccentric owners, amazing food, and hard-to-locations.
Mayhem and bedlam mixed with a healthy dose of humour make this a great read.
Passionate about anything related to breastfeeding, I find The Wonders of Mother's Milk a resourceful guide that answers many questions.
Targeted for pre-teens, Mighty Mac is a taut and action-packed adventure of a bully-besieged "social reject" who gets a chance to go from zero to hero.
Fifty Shades of Grey has taken the female market by storm, but what does that really say about our gender?
Not only a pleasure to read but has a depth of meaning not often found in popular fiction today.
Asian gangs invade Windsor, Ontario, Canada in search of millions in stolen jewels.
The Mongoliad: Book One has all the characteristics of being a must-read series in the making.
The Demi-Monde: Winter borrows heavily from established science fiction premises but never feels as derivative as it could.