The Thalidomide Catastrophe, a book designed to chronicle the history of the Thalidomide disaster, was co-authored by three men.  One of the authors, Martin Johnson, agreed to be interviewed for this blog about his role… View Post

Harry’s Last Stand is a book that I originally came across via Twitter; the story of a man, who, at the age of ninety five, decided to tour refugee camps, to try and find a… View Post

The Thalidomide Catastrophe is a book written by Martin Johnson, Raymond G. Stokes, and Tobias Arndt. Released today, I was lucky enough to be able to review an advanced reader copy. As a journalist, I… View Post

I’m not sure how I came across Odd Girl Out; it has been a book on my reading  wishlist for a while now. It was probably the bright cover, or the tagline; anyone, as I… View Post

My first introduction to Tina Brown came when Googling, surfing the web on a break; Orion were about to release The Vanity Fair Diaries. (Bear in mind this was near the end of last year.)… View Post