Hi all: I am sure today’s book won’t be to everybody’s taste, but I loved it. See what you think. The English Wife: A Novel by Lauren Willig From New York Times bestselling author, Lauren Willig, comes this scandalous novel set in the Gilded Age, full of family secrets, affairs, and even murder. Annabelle and Bayard Van Duyvil live
Hi all: I bring you a very special book today. Published by The Real Press. You can check them up here. Tearagh’t by Craig Newnes After the remains of the Armada hobbled back to Spain, an extraordinary document – part diary, part love letter – is discovered on a remote island off the coast of Ireland.
Hi all: I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and you’re enjoying Boxing Day and the holiday season. As I know sometimes we fancy something non-Christmassy and we like to have a break, I thought I’d bring you the review of a book that is not precisely seasonal. But it’s a great read. Jonah by Carl Rackman
Hi all: We are getting close to Christmas, and although I have a few Christmas related books on my list, I haven’t got to them yet, but I bring you something that for some reason always makes me think of holidays. A fairy tale. Enchanted by the Highlander (A Highland Fairytale) by Lecia Cornwall Gillian MacLeod
Hi all: Once more I’m catching up on a very popular author that for unknown reasons I had not read until now. And as I seem to be reading a lot of historical fiction at the moment, it was about time too. As a theatre lover, I really enjoyed this book. Fools and Mortals: A
Hi all: Today I bring you a novel by a very popular and well-known author who is trying a different genre. Now I’m very intrigued about her crime fiction. The Last Hours by Minette Walters June, 1348: the Black Death enters England through the port of Melcombe in the county of Dorsetshire. Unprepared for the virulence of
Hi all: Today I’m taking part in a Blog Tour that Rosie Amber alerted me to. I got a copy of the book, so it’s a blog tour with review. And it has the advantage of including two fabulous giveaways and even a playlist. I loved it and I hope you do too. Ah, and
Hi all: Today I bring you another review for Rosie Amber’s fabulous Book Review Team. Don’t forget to visit her blog, here. By Light of Hidden Candles by Daniella Levy In a mud hut in the Jewish Quarter of 16th-century Fez, a dying woman hands her granddaughter a heavy gold ring–and an even heavier secret. Five
Hi all: Those of you who follow my blog will know I had been trying to catch up on some of the books that had made initially the long-list and later the short-list of the Man-Booker Prize. Now we have a winner, George Saunder’s Lincoln in the Bardo. It is not one of the novels
[amazon_link asins=’0451466691,B06XH432WX,0718084225,B01M14UN1J,1503943372′ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’wwwauthortran-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’a3abb98d-a5c5-11e7-b0c9-1f143058d61f’] Hi all: I bring you a review of a book that I was very intrigued about as I’d read one of the previous books by the writer. This one couldn’t have been more different. It is a good book, but for some reason, I didn’t quite connect with it.