20 July 2023
Mark Billingham’s freshly published thriller is blighted by the remnants of covid and today’s politics, making it a modern and relatable read. But does it live up to its hype?
1 March 2023
Follows fiction’s funniest serial killer as she seeks out salacious sex parties, plays with frog poison and seduces unwitting millionaires, all for one purpose. Murder.
20 September 2021
"Make stuff. Then show that stuff to people. Then make more stuff. It doesn’t matter what that stuff is: art, music, literature, games, just keep making it. It might be bad, but so what?"