Rachel Kelly has written a fascinating piece on women and antidepressants in the Sunday Times.
Dec 16 2014
Lee Trimble's new book Beyond the Call: The True Story of One World War II Pilot's Covert Mission to Rescue POWs on the Eastern Front has received a good review from Kirkus Reviews.
'A little-known set of moving adventures, well-researched and presented.'
Full review Dec 16 2014
'Soldiers were forbidden from keeping diaries during World War I, but thankfully Charlie May, a captain in the 22nd Manchester ‘Pals’ Battalion, was one of the many who disobeyed orders. When he was killed, aged 27, on the first day of the Somme, May left seven pocketbooks behind him — the final volume was found on his body. A journalist before the war, he proved to be a natural diarist, as wry as he was sharp-eyed.'
Full review - Daily Mail Dec 15 2014
'Here is a hilarious collection of ineptitude demonstrating a lack of any attention to detail that would no doubt get on the Turner Prize shortlist. This book begins as a laugh and ends as something terrifying — like most things in life.'
Full review Dec 15 2014