The Titanic Secret by Clive Cussler

Any book that has the word 'Titanic' in it automatically gets my ears pricked up and eyes open as The Witterings of a Cruise Ship Reader just loves anything book wise that possibly involves a Ship. The Titanic is probably the most famous Ocean Liner in the world despite it not even completing its maiden … Continue reading The Titanic Secret by Clive Cussler

The Secretary by Renee Knight

The Secretary by Renne Knight was the second book that I found whilst looking at books at Tampa Airport on my holiday that were in the American fiction chart. It wasn't until I actually started to read it that firstly I found it was a book set in the UK and secondly I found that … Continue reading The Secretary by Renee Knight

Cilka’s Journey by Heather Morris

In early 2018 a book entitled 'The Tattooist of Auschwitz' by an unknown Kiwi author called Heather Morris was released. It mixed fiction with non fiction following Morris meeting a man Lale Sokolov who had survived Auschwitz and had been tasked with inscribing the tattoo of each inmate's number on their wrists. He witnessed horrific … Continue reading Cilka’s Journey by Heather Morris

Bowl, Sleep, Repeat : Inside the World of England’s Greatest-Ever Bowler – Jimmy Anderson

Those of you that have been following my book reviews from the outset know that I like to read the odd book or two about cricket. I am a massive fan of the sport and in the summer months I often spend my Saturday's out and about Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Berkshire umpiring cricket matches in … Continue reading Bowl, Sleep, Repeat : Inside the World of England’s Greatest-Ever Bowler – Jimmy Anderson