Review: The Undertakers by Nicole Glover

Review: The Undertakers by Nicole Glover

Set in an alternative history, The Undertakers follows Hetty Rhodes, an escaped slave, as she uses her magic to help the Black community where public services will not. A series of fires in Philadelphia sets Hetty and her husband Benji investigating a case with a...
Have PRIDE in your bookshelf: trans and nonbinary edition

Have PRIDE in your bookshelf: trans and nonbinary edition

In recognition of PRIDE month in the US, we thought we would go back through our extensive collection of podcasts (we have been going for SIX years now!) and pull out some of our favourites that featured trans and nonbinary authors, publishers, and books. We know that...
Five questions with J. M. Alvey

Five questions with J. M. Alvey

To support the incredible Books on the Hill kickstarter “Open Dyslexia: The Sequel” that launched on 7th June, we’re delighted to host historical crime writer J.M. Alvey on the BtGS blog. You may know J.M better as Juliet E. Mckenna. You’ve written...
Book review: Elektra by Jennifer Saint

Book review: Elektra by Jennifer Saint

War is coming. Helen has run away with Paris and is living in Troy. Menelaus, Helen’s first husband, mobilises his troops, intent on bringing his wife back and punishing Troy.   Clytemnestra, Helen’s sister, hopes for a swift resolution, one that brings her...