Hi all: To end the week, I bring you a non-fiction book about a historical event that continues in people’s minds after all these years. Pearl Harbor. From Infamy to Greatness by Craig Nelson. Description Published in time for the 75th anniversary, a gripping and definitive account of the event that changed twentieth-century America—Pearl Harbor—based on years of
Hi all: The festival of reviews carries on, today with a pretty especial book. I hope you enjoy it. Life in a Fishbowl by Len Vlahos (Author) Fifteen-year-old Jackie Stone’s father is dying. When Jackie discovers that her father has been diagnosed with a terminal brain tumor, her whole world starts to crumble. She can’t imagine how she’ll
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: As you know, apart from my own reading and the books that authors kindly offer me for review, I review for some groups. Today I bring you one of the books I’ve reviewed for Rosie’s Book Review Team. If you’re a reviewer, I recommend you check her out as she always gets fantastic
Hi all: I keep trying to share the reviews I haven’t brought you yet, hoping that when I’ve caught up I’ll share them as I read. Let’s see. Today it’s a pretty special one, funnily by an Argentinian author whom I happened to read in translation first. Oh well… Kill the Next One by Federico Axat (Author), David Frye (Translator).
Hi all: We end the week with another thriller. I’ve realised that I read a lot of them (perhaps because I write them too) but this week you can count yourself lucky as there aren’t many. Unless you like them, of course. But this one is well-worth a look. Or a read. Her Last Breath:
Hi all: Today I’m sharing the review of a book by a fellow blogger who is not only the heart and soul of the party, but she’s always sharing and promoting the work of others. D. G. Kaye (or Debby for those who know her elsewhere, other than just her books) writes non-fiction, mostly memoirs
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…)
Hola a todos: Os he hablado con anterioridad de la Cooperativa de Autores Independientes, Ediciones Proust un proyecto en el que un grupo de autores nos hemos unido para aportar servicios, facilitar la creación y la distribución de libros de calidad, y ayudar a que la obra de autores independientes se difunda y esté al alcance
Hi all: Today I share a review of a non-fiction book. I was approached by the author, Andy Brown, and I knew that both, as a reader and as a psychiatrist, this was a book I had to read. Warnings Unheeded: Twin Tragedies at Fairchild Air Force Base by Andy Brown (Author), Massad Ayoob (Foreword) The true story of two
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