Clodagh Robinson-Watts

Clodagh Robinson-Watts works as a bookseller at Readings Carlton.


The Sentence by Louise Erdrich

When I picked up a review copy of Louise Erdrich’s book about a bookseller who is haunted by a particularly annoying customer after she passes, I thought: ‘Fantastic! Finally, a lighthearted, cathart…

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Once There Were Wolves by Charlotte McConaghy

A timely meditation on humanity’s place in the natural world and a swan dive into the dark ripples of domestic violence, Charlotte McConaghy’s latest novel is both a deep breath of fresh forest air a…

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The Rift by Rachael Craw

Returning to her childhood home of Black Water Island is as terrifying as it is exciting for Meg Archer. She has spent the past nine years living on the mainland with her mother after the accident th…

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