The Croydon Citizen 2016 is out, and with it our book review feature. This month it is on page 3 at the bottom,  so open the cover and find four ebooks staring at you!

Our reviews this month are:

  • Now by Wanda Jefferson – an emotionally wrenching and well-written poetry collection about the inner cities.
  • Sentinel by John Stanley – the police investigate corruption in local politics in this gritty detective story.
  • Murder of Crones by S.W.Fairbrother – not just an excellent urban fantasy, but one set in Croydon.
  • Hangar Dance by Catherine E. Chapman – a touching short romance, set in the later days of the Second World War.

This month it has a three column layout to match the page, which we haven’t had before, but it looks good!

View the column here:

Croydon Citizen January 2016 - Bookangel book reviews (click for larger image)

Croydon Citizen January 2016 – Bookangel book reviews (click for larger image)


Discussion

Kindler (23 January 2016)
Nice to see it out. Always good to see Indie Authors supported and looking forward to the next one. Three column layout this time around as well - hope it didn't take too long to fix.

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