Just over a month since the launch of Lawn House Blues the comments and reviews are starting to arrive. I hope there will be many more as I love to hear readers comments such as these:
“I’ve just finished reading Lawn House Blues and it was a cracking good read: well done Philippa Hawley. I can’t even begin the imagine the hours that went into creating it but I confess that I read it in double quick time because I was hooked! So, thank you for keeping me well entertained and interested from start to finish.” J.H. (Leeds)
“A really good read … it was my late night and early morning ‘treat.” J.C. (Wivenhoe)
“Lawn House Blues is a story centred on a house hiding secrets and a dark family history. While the house is central to the book, the plot revolves around its occupants, and their friends and associates, a group of characters who are well-drawn and believable.
The action moves swiftly, with current events neatly interspersed with flash-backs to years past. The reader is drawn along, eager to continue reading to find out what happens next – and often the unexpected is what happens next.
As I started the first few pages, I was unsure if this was ‘my type’ of book. But I’m pleased to say I thoroughly enjoyed it. I was impressed with the professionalism of the book’s content and presentation. Lawn House Blues deserves a wide readership. Congratulations Philippa on a top-class effort.” T.O. (Clacton-on-Sea)
“I really enjoyed your new book and feel your style is maturing and the story flowed nicely, keeping me interested throughout. When’s the next one?” L.P. (Wivenhoe)
“I find novels slow to start and it was the same with yours but my goodness I found it turned into a real page turner and I just needed to get to the end. Congratulations! What an achievement.” M.N. (Wivenhoe)
And this next one arrived August 2019:-
” 5 out of 5 stars. A classic “why-done-it”, written with intricate detail, the author ensures the reader is kept wondering about what sort of psychology drives a person to hurt a baby (which isn’t a spoiler as it happens early on!) R.C. (facebook and Amazon)