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Book review: The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

Out of one of the worst periods of human history comes an inspirational story of love, hope and survival… a beacon of light amidst the dark ruins of the Holocaust.

A Good Heart is Hard to Find by Trisha Ashley

Book review: A Good Heart is Hard to Find by Trisha Ashley

‘It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man of over forty is in possession of a major defect.’

Wed Wabbit by Lissa Evans

Book reviews: A dictator rabbit, a naughty schoolboy and a hungry pigeon

January just got better with a sparkling selection of new books for children looking to fill the long, dark evenings.
On a Beautiful Day by Lucy Diamond

Book review: Friends take starring roles in three January novels

Friendships come in all shapes and forms – some good, some bad and some just downright fun – in three entertaining new novels to help keep the winter blues at bay.

Lullaby by Lela Slimani

Book review: Lullaby by Leïla Slimani

What could drive a nanny to slaughter the two young children in her care?

Sarah Lancashire excelled in Channel 4's new drama, Kiri

Kiri is a drama that could kickstart your year

It’s January. Christmas has been lost in a belch-ridden mist of over-indulgence, and the new year stretches out ahead of you, filled with unnameable terrors and 12 months of who-knows-what.

Book review: Know Me Now by CJ Carver

Book review: Know Me Now by CJ Carver

When a 13-year-old boy’s body is found at the foot of a bridge in Scotland, the police are quick to mark it down as a suicide.

The Glovemakers Daughter by Leah Fleming

Book review: The Glovemaker’s Daughter by Leah Fleming

Born into an isolated Quaker community in 17th century Yorkshire, Joy Moorside’s life will be marked out by obedience and strict adherence to her faith… but what is duty without love for a passionate and rebellious young woman?

Sky Song by Abi Elphinstone

Book reviews: Thrills, chills, queens and quests make magical winter reading

Soaring, mind-boggling adventures in winter wonderlands take star billing in a truly fantastic collection of January books for young readers.

Coming Home to Island House by Erica James

Book review: Coming Home to Island House by Erica James

Can a wealthy businessman unite his estranged family from beyond the grave… or will his warring children simply drift apart forever?

Anatomy of a Scandal by Sarah Vaughan

Book review: Anatomy of a Scandal by Sarah Vaughan

Junior government minister James Whitehouse appears to have it all… an Eton and Oxford education, good looks, an easy charm, a flourishing political career, a beautiful wife and two enchanting children.

The Travel Show 2018

The Travel and Leisure Show is back for 2018

If you are planning to get away for a fabulous holiday, then you will certainly find inspiration at The Travel and Leisure Show 2018, organised by The Lancashire Post and The Gazette, in association with Blue Air.

A Little Bit of (a) Creep by AJ Noon

Book review: A Little Bit of (a) Creep by AJ Noon

From zombies and grave robbers to murderous exes and an idiosyncratic take on some of pop’s greatest hits, AJ Noon’s first collection of short stories, A Little Bit of (a) Creep, takes a decidedly quirky look at the darker side of life.

A Pony Called Secret: A New Beginning by Olivia Tuffin

Book reviews: Thrills, spills, sleuths and ponies mark a new year of reading

It’s time to turn over a new leaf and banish the January blues as an array of exciting children’s books hits the shelves.

Cinderella, Olivia Birchenough, with some of the juvenile cast of the Grand pantomime

First steps to fame for young cast of Grand Theatre's pantomime

Young stars of the future have their final chances to shine in this year’s Grand Theatre pantomime Cinderella this weekend.
A limited edition white chocolate Creme Egg

Hunt is on as Cadbury hatches secret white chocolate Creme Egg

Cadbury has produced a white chocolate version of its Easter Creme Egg for the first time - but consumers will not know if they have bought one until they unwrap it.
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White Bodies by Jane Robins

Book review: White Bodies by Jane Robins

Can you ever love someone too much?

Arrowood by Mick Finlay

Book review: Arrowood by Mick Finlay

Celebrated London detective Sherlock Holmes might be the master of deduction but he has serious flaws… his prices are prohibitive and he doesn’t understand people.

Pret will source a "well-designed" reusable cup to launch later this yea

Pret A Manger offers 50p discount on hot drinks in reusable cups

Sandwich chain Pret A Manger has introduced a 50p discount on hot drinks for customers who use reusable cups in an effort to "help change habits".
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Is it that time already?

Shoppers bemused as Easter eggs start to appear on supermarket shelves

The Christmas chocolate tubs are barely off the shelves but supermarkets are already replacing them with Easter eggs, to shoppers' bemusement.
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