Hi all: Today I bring you a great novel. I was also invited to participate in the blog tour and I hope you find it as interesting as I do. The Blue by Nancy Bilyeau. ‘Nancy Bilyeau’s passion for history infuses her books’ – Alison Weir ‘With rich writing, surprising twists, and a riveting sense
Hi all: Today I bring you a book that I’m sure many of you will be interested in. The Tudor Crown by Joanna Hickson She’ll betray her King to crown her son. ‘An intriguing tale, told with confidence’ The Times When Edward of York takes back the English crown, the Wars of the Roses scatter the Lancastrian
Hi all: Today I bring you a treat. This is a book by an author I discovered thanks to Rosie’s Book Review Team and I’ve become a big fan. Blood Rose Angel by Liza Perrat A bone-sculpted angel and the woman who wears it––heretic, Devil’s servant, saint. Midwife Héloïse has always known that her bastard status
Hi all: Today we have a pretty special book. I’d recommend it in particular to lovers of historical fiction but I hope everybody would give it a chance because… The Words In My Hand: Shortlisted for the Costa First Novel Award 2016. A footnote to Descartes’s biography finds her voiceby Guinevere Glasfurd ‘EXCELLENT… AN ENTIRELY UNSENTIMENTAL
Hi all: Today I repeat with a book by Liza Perrat, as I was truly impressed with The Silent Kookaburra. And when she submitted another novel to Rosie’s Book Review Team, I couldn’t resist. And here is the review. Spirit of Lost Angels by Liza Perrat Recommended to lovers of historical fiction, in particular women’s history and the
Hi all: Surprise! Today it isn’t a thriller but a nice book that I’d recommend for when you need some downtime and to engage with people whose problems aren’t about somebody trying to murder them. Oh, and in the Riviera… Rosie’s Little Cafe on the Riviera by Jennifer Bohnet Escape the winter blues with Jennifer Bohnet’s deliciously
Hi all: Those of you who have been following my blog for a while might remember that I’ve sometimes shared posts about my mother’s family, in particular about two of her uncles, Josep and Conrado, (although she never got to meet them) who fled Spain during the Civil War, went to France, helped the efforts
Hi all: As promised, I bring you some reviews. The author of this book contacted me and kindly offered to send me a paperback copy of his book (I must admit I don’t read many books in paper these days, but this one sounded so special I had to) and although it took me a
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