Journey to Paris during June 1940 to discover War time intrigue, tragedy and folks who love each other….. Read on to find out more about the author and this book … Continue reading
My Review: Travel back in time to February 1944, When the girls of the Air Transport Auxiliary Mystery Club are busy once more. There are mysteries to solve and dangers … Continue reading
Title: The Last Restaurant in Paris Author: Lily Graham Publisher: Bookouture Pub Day: July 18th 2022 Buy Links: https://geni.us/B09XR387ZFcover Audible: UK: http://ow.ly/oz1z50JRgm0 US: http://ow.ly/ILTv50JRglX Listen here: http://ow.ly/n8Bi50JRglY My Review An unknown grandmother, a … Continue reading
WWII #Mystery #History #Adventure and #Romance –I’ll Be Home For Christmas by MW Arnold – Fantastic read!
My Review: Have you heard of the Air Transport Auxillary pilots in the war? They piloted planes, delivering them to our forces and more. These brave women are the heroines … Continue reading
Superb dual timeline family drama – The Girl from Bletchley Park by Kathleen McGurl – fascinating read!
A country at war. A heartbreaking betrayal. 1942. Three years into the war, Pam turns down her hard-won place at Oxford University to become a codebreaker at Bletchley Park. There, she … Continue reading
Here’s a treat for you today – a spotlight post for Daughter Of The Sea by Sylvia Broady but that isn’t all, I’m also sharing an extract from it to see … Continue reading
Meet the women on the home front . . . 1939. When the residents of Great Plumstead offer to open up their homes to evacuees from London, they’re preparing to … Continue reading
From the bestselling author of The Girl in the Corner comes a tale of love, loss—and one last extraordinary dance. Christmas Eve, 2019. Ninety-four-year-old Molly lies in her hospital bed. A stroke … Continue reading
Title:The Italian Villa Author: Daniela Sacerdoti Publisher: Bookouture Published: February 17th, 2020 Pages: 255 Rating: 4/5* My Review: A story where the past and present collide in unexpected ways . … Continue reading
1941, Nazi-occupied Amsterdam. An unforgettable story of love, hope and betrayal, and a testament to the courage of humanity in history’s darkest days. University professor Josef Held has never recovered from the loss … Continue reading