REVIEW: THE HOUSE ON THE CLIFF by Charlotte Williams

  The narrator is one Jessica Mayhew, a successful psychotherapist.  She becomes interested in one of her patients who has recently remembered a childhood memory.  He believes he saw his father kill his au pair, throwing her off a boat near the Welch coast.  This vague memory has haunted his dreams for a couple of…

REVIEW: STRONG POISON by Dorothy L. Sayers

I’m ashamed to say this was the first Sayers novel I have read.  I can’t imagine why, other than I assumed them to be like Agatha Christie and there were already so many of hers to read.  And I don’t remember my childhood library having any of her books, (they may have) but there was…

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