Explore Writer Driven, I Sniff Books and more!

Explore related topics

BLUE DAHLIA, BLACK GOLD, by Daniel Metcalfe: 'The authentic voice of a travel writer driven by curiosity, fascinated by the chosen country, determined to share his voice with the reader…[Metcalfe] gets down to what he his so good at: first-class reporting, descriptions of remarkable characters and easy-to-digest history lessons.' - Literary Review

BLUE DAHLIA, BLACK GOLD, by Daniel Metcalfe: 'The authentic voice of a travel writer driven by curiosity, fascinated by the chosen country, determined to share his voice with the reader…[Metcalfe] gets down to what he his so good at: first-class reporting, descriptions of remarkable characters and easy-to-digest history lessons.' - Literary Review

MEET MR MULLINER, by P.G. Wodehouse: 'P.G. Wodehouse is the gold standard of English wit.' - Christopher Hitchens

MEET MR MULLINER, by P.G. Wodehouse: 'P.G. Wodehouse is the gold standard of English wit.' - Christopher Hitchens

THE POETS' DAUGHTERS, by Katie Waldegrave: 'To find a fresh story to tell about an already formidably chronicled group of historical figures is an accomplishment in itself, but for weaving such a fascinating familial case history out of the material, Waldegrave deserves considerable praise.' - Observer

THE POETS' DAUGHTERS, by Katie Waldegrave: 'To find a fresh story to tell about an already formidably chronicled group of historical figures is an accomplishment in itself, but for weaving such a fascinating familial case history out of the material, Waldegrave deserves considerable praise.' - Observer

CARRY ON, JEEVES, by P.G. Wodehouse: 'What a very, very lucky person you are. Spread out before you are the finest and funniest words from the finest and funniest writer the past century ever knew.' - Stephen Fry

CARRY ON, JEEVES, by P.G. Wodehouse: 'What a very, very lucky person you are. Spread out before you are the finest and funniest words from the finest and funniest writer the past century ever knew.' - Stephen Fry

THE TWELVE TRIBES OF HATTIE, by Ayana Mathis:  '[Mathis's] elastic voice is thoroughly her own — both lyrical and unsparing, meditative and visceral, and capable of giving the reader nearly complete access to her characters’ minds and hearts.' - New York Times

THE TWELVE TRIBES OF HATTIE, by Ayana Mathis: '[Mathis's] elastic voice is thoroughly her own — both lyrical and unsparing, meditative and visceral, and capable of giving the reader nearly complete access to her characters’ minds and hearts.' - New York Times

THE INVISIBLE KINGDOM, by Rob Ryan: 'Rob Ryan is not only an extraordinarily gifted artist but also a wonderful storyteller. The Invisible Kingdom is quite the loveliest marriage of words and images that I've encountered in a very long time.  Rob Ryan is not only an extraordinarily gifted artist but also a wonderful storyteller. The Invisible Kingdom is quite the loveliest marriage of words and images that I've encountered in a very long time.' - John Connolly

THE INVISIBLE KINGDOM, by Rob Ryan: 'Rob Ryan is not only an extraordinarily gifted artist but also a wonderful storyteller. The Invisible Kingdom is quite the loveliest marriage of words and images that I've encountered in a very long time. Rob Ryan is not only an extraordinarily gifted artist but also a wonderful storyteller. The Invisible Kingdom is quite the loveliest marriage of words and images that I've encountered in a very long time.' - John Connolly

MY NAME IS..., by Alastair Campbell: 'It is a sad and terrifying story, well-researched and timely… affords the reader a 360 degree view of what it is to deal with a vulnerable deceitful alcoholic in denial.' - The Times (Saturday Review)

MY NAME IS..., by Alastair Campbell: 'It is a sad and terrifying story, well-researched and timely… affords the reader a 360 degree view of what it is to deal with a vulnerable deceitful alcoholic in denial.' - The Times (Saturday Review)

AN OFFICER AND A SPY, by Robert Harris: 'Harris is committed to the belief that you can get at a truth as a novelist that you can’t as an historian… and he does give us the look, sensations, sounds and smells as no historian could… it is informative, accomplished and highly enjoyable.' - Evening Standard

AN OFFICER AND A SPY, by Robert Harris: 'Harris is committed to the belief that you can get at a truth as a novelist that you can’t as an historian… and he does give us the look, sensations, sounds and smells as no historian could… it is informative, accomplished and highly enjoyable.' - Evening Standard

A BLAZE OF AUTUMN SUNSHINE - THE LAST DIARIES OF TONY BENN: 'This is a lovely book; warm, humane, genuinely revelatory and, on occasions, a touch surreal.' - Sunday Times

A BLAZE OF AUTUMN SUNSHINE - THE LAST DIARIES OF TONY BENN: 'This is a lovely book; warm, humane, genuinely revelatory and, on occasions, a touch surreal.' - Sunday Times

NO MAN'S NIGHTINGALE, by Ruth Rendell: '[A] wry and twisty mystery — a joy to read.' - Evening Standard

NO MAN'S NIGHTINGALE, by Ruth Rendell: '[A] wry and twisty mystery — a joy to read.' - Evening Standard

Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
Search