Book review: The Reunion by Jack Elgos

The Reunion. The Reunion takes a step back in time during the last days of World War Two, as a group of soldiers try to bury a mysterious crate looted from the Germans during the Battle of Berlin. Readers are then jumped into the present (2010 mind you), as a man nicknamed Knocker stumbles across a find that gets him travelling to tell his friends who More...

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By Guest Editorial On Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015
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Books to be found lying around West Yorkshire, here’s why

Residents in West Yorkshire may come across books lying around whilst using public transport. Image: WYMetro. The West Yorkshire Combined Authority Book Club will be launched on 5 March to help passengers share More...

By Guest Editorial On Monday, January 5th, 2015
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Book review: The Little Book Of Yorkshire by Geoffrey Howse

Did you know Yorkshire has more acres than there are letters in the Bible? Did you know there’s a street in Yorkshire called Whip-Ma-Whop-Ma-Gate? London-based author Geoffrey Howse brings such intriguing trivia More...

By Hasan Faridi On Friday, November 28th, 2014
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30 East Drive house in Wakefield is still haunted, claims author

Andy Evans (holding an electromagnetic meter on left) took a photo of an apparition inside the house A house in Wakefield that was once the location of Europe’s ‘most violent haunting’ is still haunted, according More...

By Hasan Faridi On Thursday, September 18th, 2014
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Yorkshire-born author places frozen man outside Chinese Embassy

/* Author Richard Woolley has promoted his new novel by placing a cryogenically frozen man outside the Chinese Embassy in London. Catching the attention of morning commuters, the stunt was More...

By Hasan Faridi On Wednesday, June 11th, 2014
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Historian spent over 1000 hours reading Victorian papers to write book

/* Historian Anthony Dawson with his book ‘Letters from the Light Brigade’ A local historian has finished his book that compiles first-hand accounts from men serving in the British forces during More...

By Hasan Faridi On Thursday, April 10th, 2014
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Bradford author Suraiya Khan sets eyes on second book ‘Marmite’

/* Author Suraiya Khan with her book ‘Someone To Watch Over Me’ Bradford author Suraiya Khan is now working on a sequel to her first book ‘Someone To Watch Over Me’. Mother-of-five Ms Khan, More...

By Hasan Faridi On Sunday, April 6th, 2014
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UK book launch: Author explores the forgotten civilization of Harappa

/* Dr Shankar Kashyap with his book ‘Harappa: The Lure Of Soma’ (l-r) Dr Shankar Kashyap, accompanied by poet and critic Brian Lewis from Pontefract One of the most mysterious cultures of More...