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 (2016-01-23)
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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