Reviews for Group
★★★★★"Could not put this book down. Very interesting on such a sensitive topic." A. Morrison
★★★★★"Couldn't wait to read this book. Finished it in two days, was worth the wait, it was a brilliant read. Can’t wait for the next book." Kindle Customer
★★★★★"Really enjoyed this book, lots of characters, such a natural storyteller." Kindle Customer
★★★★★"It was great reading a book that I could picture going through Aberdeen as I was reading it. Really great story and felt the pain these families went through." Amazon Customer
★★★★★"Another absolute cracker, couldn’t put it down, fantastic in its originality." Mrs A. Brown
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Reviews for One Last War
★★★★★"One Last War is a great read, particularly for a veteran or forces family member. For those with an interest in Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and the role of Assistance dogs, it should be required reading." Fiona MacDonald Founder and Director of military charity BRAVEHOUND.
A Story You Can Buy Into. Nice to find a new writer who can actually carry a tale right through the book - characters you can warm to - or easily dislike. Might have worked well to have the ending drawn out a little more though - someone got off too lightly! Philocalist. Kindle Reader.
Brilliant. What a wonderful book. I was gripped from beginning to end and must admit to a feeling of YES at the end. I will not say why so as not to spoil it for you all. I loved all the characters but must admit to a soft spot for Carl, then Brodie & Lee. I really do recommend it and I am keeping it to read again at some point. Superbly written..Very Well Done Chris, and more please.x Tigger. Kindle Reader.
I rushed back to read this book. Enjoyed every chapter. Good Reads Reader.
Fab! Read it in a oner! Really enjoyed it and was rooting the whole way through for poor Millie. Also liked the reference of Bella from a previous book. I was very satisfied with the ending! Amazon Customer.
Another fantastic book by Chris Buswell. An amazing and gripping read from start to finish. Couldn't put it down! Highly recommended. Amanda. Kindle Reader.
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Reviews for Torturous Grief
What a brilliant short story. I was gripped from beginning to end. I recommend this book. Well done and brilliantly written as always Chris. Tigger, Kindle Reader.
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Reviews of Buried In Grief Novel
I started this book today and could not put it down till I finished.So very well written.I agree can be upsetting in parts but it had me glued to it from beginning to the end. I hope to see more books from the author Chris Buswell.x Tigger.
A great book with a huge twist at the end! The family's grief was written so well and was totally believable. I didn't see the twist coming at all! If you like crime and mystery books, you have to read this! Georgina Hull.
Loved this book. I have read a few of Chris's books and enjoy them all. With this one thought, I did not expect the ending! Super most worthy of a read maybe even twice. Morven Slyper.
It's not often I give 5 stars but this book had me engrossed from start to finish. Read the book in one sitting, buried in grief takes you on an emotional journey of loss and acceptance. The ending was not what I expected even though you just knew Bernard was up to something, Will this story end there or is there room for a sequel. Christine.
Well this was supposed to be my read for my holiday but instead got reading the back cover and the first few pages and that was it I was glued. yes their are a few upsetting scenes but so well written and was not expecting the ending. Will definitely be reading more of his books. Mrs Lorimer.
Reviews of The Drummer Boy Novel
Really enjoyed reading the book and it brought back some good memories of being a QA at Tidworth and of a memorable night whilst stationed there. - Kindle Reader.
Absolutely brilliant book Chris. So well written. I have no understanding of Wellington or Napoleon but I understood what was in the book. I feel like I know Scott personally. Would recommend this book to anyone. Gripping,enthralling and more. Did not take me long to read at all. Can't wait for the next adventure. - Tigger, Paperback Reader, 5 Star Amazon Review.
Another good read from Chris! The historical research that goes into his stories pays off. I was transported through Scott's eyes to each and every event that took place. Sad to come to the end, but look forward to the next one. Thank you Chris. - Lani, Kindle Reader, 5 star Amazon Review.
Yet again absolutely BRILLIANT. As expected another outstanding read from Chris what a brilliant writer he is. Would highly recommend people to read this book as with the first book I felt like I was there with Scott. Please keep writing Chris waiting in anticipation for Scott's next mission. Would have given 10 stars but it only goes to 5 but well deserves 10. - Yvonne, Paperback Reader, 5 Star Amazon Review.
Reviews of The Grey Lady Ghost Story
A must read - The QARANC Association
I read this book in 2 nights, I just couldn't put it down. When I reached the end I cried. An excellent read thank you. - Susan Robinson of Wenches in Trenches
Fantastic, can't wait for the rest of the series. - Mike Cowley
Memories of Aldershot's Cambridge Military Hospital (CMH) will come flooding back for anyone reading Chris Buswell's haunting novel. - Aldershot News and Mail. Read their review and read their page about the history of the CMH.
Do not pass this book by. It had me in tears. Excellent, emotional, well written. Thank you an absolute pleasure to read. - Kindle Customer
Took me back to working at CMH in the 80s and 90s. The legend of the Grey Lady is known to those of us who have worked there which piqued the interest. An interesting mix of old and new QA roles. Quite creepy in parts. - JackieO
Fantastic book, I served at the Cambridge Military Hospital, so remember well the stories of The Grey Lady. Descriptions of the hospital was spot on, so easy to visualise the place again. Highly recommend, especially if you served at CMH. - JK
Brilliant story, well written and well researched. Having been into the Cambridge military hospital, on my own, after it had been closed for some time, the authors description was spot on, even down and very noticeably so, peeling paint. I am not a believer in ghosts but I experienced an event which I can't explain, not the smell of lavender, I might add. My wife also read this book and she very much enjoyed the story, lots of facts interspersed with legend. A great book, one, which when started, was hard to put down. - Micky
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