Hi all: I know I told you I had caught up with my reviews, and it is true, but I keep reading, so today and tomorrow I share my most recent reviews. They are very different although both historical… The Night Brother by Rosie Garland From the author of The Palace of Curiosities and Vixen comes
Hi all: I bring you today the review of another one of the jewels in the Pen & Sword Catalogue. I know it isn’t a topic for everyone but it is fascinating and a very well researched book, and you’ll realise straight away why (you’ve probably already noticed by the title). And no, this is
Hi all: I should be all caught up with my reviews by the end of this week (more or less. I have some programmed already and one that I’ll post later on because the book will be published later in the month) so soon I’ll be posting as I read. Hooray! But first, another review:
Hi all: For some reason this week we have more non-fiction books than fictional ones, but they are all wonderful and truly different, so here comes a historical one that I found irresistible. Children in the Second World War: Memories from the Home Front by Amanda Herbert-Davies It was not just the upheaval caused by evacuation
Hi all: Today I have another one of the reviews I’ve written for Rosie’s Book Review Team. Don’t forget to check her blog and if you’re authors or reviewers, you might be even more interested and want to share your books or join the team. I know you’ll love this one. A Shiny Coin For
Hi all: Today I bring you… surprise, surprise, a thriller. This one has made it quite big, especially in the UK. I couldn’t find it in Kindle version in the US, but I suspect it’s a matter of time only… Good Me Bad Me by Ali Land ONE OF THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY, CONTROVERSIAL AND EXPLOSIVE
Hi all: Another day, another review. For some reason we’re a bit heavy on thrillers this week, although tomorrow’s book is very different and Friday’s is a non-fiction book so, there’s hope if you’re not thriller lovers. Let the Dead Speak: A Maeve Kerrigan crime thriller (Maeve Kerrigan, Book 7) by Jane Casey ‘A tremendous sense of
Hi all: Today I bring you a book I really enjoyed. It’s historical fiction, and it’s about the history of Spain, the story of young Katherine of Aragon. I hope there will be more to come as I was fascinated by it (although of course, the rest of the story wouldn’t be in Spain but…)
Hi all: Today I bring you a pretty special book. I was approached by the press officer about this book a while back and because of the subject matter, the writer and the approach I had to say yes. And I’m very pleased I did. Here is my review. (Ah, and the books is officially
Hi all: Those who follow me might remember that a few weeks back I shared a post about a collection of books for Mother’s Day, Mother’s Day Magic, and information about one of the authors who’d kindly offered me the opportunity to share not only the collection but also interviews with several of the authors.
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