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Hi all: Now I’m getting behind not only with my reading but also with the posting of reviews (by the time you read this I might be publishing more reviews per week, to keep up), but that isn’t a bad thing, is it? Bad Girls from History: Wicked or Misunderstood? By Dee Gordon You won’t be
Hi, all: I bring you a review of a non-fiction book from the Pen & Sword history collection. A great read. What Regency Women Did For Us by Rachel Knowles A gripping book about twelve extraordinary women Regency women inhabited a very different world from the one in which we live today. Considered intellectually inferior to men, they
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Hi all: As you know, I discovered Pen & Sword Books a while back and I’ve been exploring their catalogue. Today I bring you a book that I think will pique the interest of many. Women in the Great War by Stephen Wynn and Tanya Wynn The First World War was fought on two fronts. In a military sense
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