Reviews written by Mike Norbury | Blog
This page indexes reviews by Mike Norbury. Mike Norbury is Retail Trade Manager for Kevin Mayhew Ltd, the company he has represented for almost 14 years. Brought up in Knutsford, Cheshire, he lives with his wife Jackie in Wrexham, North Wales, and looks after Christian trade customers throughout the north Midlands, North Wales, Scotland, the Isle of Man and the whole of Ireland as well as certain key accounts in the south of England. Mike's career since he was twenty-one has been solely in retail and sales representation. He and Jackie are members of The Community Church in Wrexham which is also the home of New Day International ministries, the base of Winepress Publishing, distributors of a wealth of ministry material and soaking music. Mike is a Street Pastor in Wrexham. Five years ago he visited the tsunami hit east coast of India as part of a team from the church where they conducted a Pastors' Conference, arranged support for a scheme to rehouse those who had lost everything and visited nine churches in and around the city of Visakhaptnam in Andhra Pradesh.

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Reviews are listed in the table below, most recent first. Select the title to read the review.

ISBN Title Author Publisher
House RulesHouse Rules
Reviewed by Mike Norbury (April 2010)
Category: Fiction
Subcategory: Crime / Legal
Jodi Picoult Hodder & Stoughton, 27th April 2010


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