As April ushered in the second quarter of the year it also provided our readers with plenty of great books to enjoy.
Detective novels tend to be hardboiled and gritty, but there is also a sub-genre featuring gumshoes who take things a little less seriously.
Gray Shadow, the first in the World of Tarawin series by Oren Shalita, is an exciting fantasy adventure with coming-of-age moments.
In the first part of this article, we took a closer look at some of the bestselling novels that are receiving television adaptations in 2022.
Recent years have seen viewers increasingly prefer watching media at home instead of venturing out to cinemas. This has resulted in more streaming services investing in their content.
When a workaholic lawyer hits rock bottom and a self-sacrificing pediatrician is forced to work together, they both find themselves changing in ways they never expected.
Reading is an escape from reality's troubles and turmoils, and March has had its fair share of both. Fortunately, there were plenty of great books available for our readers to take a break and relax.
Numerous books have been written about doctors and the stress as well as triumphs of their careers. However, while the careers of veterinarians might not seem as glamorous in comparison, they deal with just as much pressure and challenges.
Descending Dawn by EW Roberts is a rip-roaring start to a new series that blends urban fantasy with some police procedural in a recipe calculated to satisfy your appetite for great reading.
One of the most popular and endearing tropes of many fictional genres is that of the evil twin. There is something about an antagonist who is identical to the protagonist apart from their inverted morality that has enthralled readers over the years.