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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. If you have been following my blog for a while you’ll know I’ve been trying to keep up with the Man-Booker Prize this year. Here is a review of another one of the books that made it into the shortlist. 4 3 2 1 by Paul Auster LONGLISTED (AND NOW SHORTLISTED) FOR THE
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Hi all: Those of you who follow my blog and read my reviews (yes, you!) might remember this book kept coming up recently. Well, I had to read it. Here it is. Golden Hill by Francis Spufford New York, a small town on the tip of Manhattan island, 1746. One rainy evening in November, a handsome young
Hi all: I’m still trying to catch up on book reviews (not long to go until I can start sharing reviews as I finish books) after my stint as a bookseller at a book fair (I will tell you more about it when I’m feeling more rested, I promise) and this week I have a
Hi all: I bring you a review today of a book that when I was approached about it by the author, I had to say yes and you’ll see why very soon. I thank both Rosie Amber and the author for providing me with a copy of this book that brought so many memories for me. Here
Hi all: As you know on Fridays I share new books and writers (today more than usual, but it’s a busy month). John Freely is not a new writer, far from it, but this is the first book I read by him and I expect now that I’ve discovered him, it won’t be the last