Hi all: I bring you a book that I think will become a big favourite for many of you, as it touches on some themes that I know a lot of us are interested in, and it is beautifully written. Another one of Rosie’s great finds. The Lost Letters: Absolutely heartbreaking wartime fiction about love
Hi all: Yes, I know it’s not Christmas yet, but when I got offered the opportunity to read this book in the summer, I quite fancied it (it was really hot) and the blog tour sounded very appealing as well. If any US readers of the blog fancy a copy, let me know your e-mail
Hi all: Today I bring you the review of a book that had been on my mind for a while… The Truth about the Harry Quebert Affair by Joël Dicker A crime story. A love story. More than 2 million copies sold worldwide. And now a major 10-part MGM TV series starring Patrick Dempsey and
Hi all: Another mystery with a likeable main character and a small-town far from idyllic. The Mountain Man’s Badge (The Mountain Man Mysteries Book 3) by Gary Corbin Lehigh Carter never wanted to be sheriff. And he sure never wanted to arrest his new father-in-law for murder. Mountain Man Lehigh Carter got talked into serving the unexpired
Hi all: I must confess this series passed me by but I could not resist when I saw this novel was available on NetGalley… The Mystery of Three Quarters: The New Hercule Poirot Mystery by Sophie Hannah A good old-fashioned and convoluted mystery with a Poirot in good shape. The world’s most beloved detective, Hercule Poirot – the
Hi all: Today I review another book by an author I discovered not long ago and loved. Doctor Perry by Kirsten McKenzie Under the Hippocratic Oath, a doctor swears to remember that warmth, sympathy, and understanding may outweigh the surgeon’s knife or the chemist’s drug. Doctor Perry assures his elderly patients at the Rose Haven Retirement
Hi all: I bring you a book by an author who’s already visited my blog and left a lasting impression. Here it is: Return to Hiroshima by Bob Van Laerhoven 1995, Japan struggles with a severe economic crisis. Fate brings a number of people together in Hiroshima in a confrontation with dramatic consequences. Xavier Douterloigne, the son
Hi all: It’s not one of my usual days to share a review, but as this book launches today, I decided it was only appropriate, as I’d really enjoyed it. Thanks to Rosie Amber (and don’t forget to check her blog, here). The Women of Heachley Hall by Rachel Walkley Miriam has one year to uncover Heachley
Hi all: I bring you a book by an author and blogger whose work I have featured more than once, and I hope to have many more opportunities to keep doing it in the future. Murder at the Bijou: Three Ingredients I by Teagan Riordain Geneviene Long ago I developed a writing exercise. I would ask friends
Hi all: Although it’s not one of my usual days to share reviews, the book was just published yesterday, and I thought you might enjoy this for your Easter holiday. I bring you another book by an author you might remember if you’ve been following my blog in recent times. Schhhhh! It’s a mystery! Lover’s
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