Tag Archives: Historical Fiction

Paris Never Leaves You by Ellen Feldman

Here I am with another historical fiction book.  I’m not exactly sure how this happens.  I requested an advance reader copy of this book after reading the description.  I should keep the descriptions so I can tell what caught my … Continue reading

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Code Name Helene by Ariel Lawhon

  Dear Fellow Readers, I must admit a bit of fatigue with historical fiction centering around World War II. I am sure that is unfair to the genre, but I felt like I had read more than my fill. And … Continue reading

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Next Year Havana by Chanel Cleeton

Dear Fellow Reader, You know how some subjects just grab your attention more than others? I will admit I am a bit of a sucker for books of quotes. Yes, I know that sounds a bit sappy but I can … Continue reading

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The Girl from Berlin: A Novel by Ronald H. Balson

Dear Fellow Reader, In general, my writing of these reviews is a lot slower than my reading. This makes some sense because I read a lot. And I just got back from vacation which means that I am behind because, … Continue reading

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Dear Mrs. Bird by A J Pearce

Do you ever wonder what you read that made you pick up the book you are reading? Yes, sometimes it is because you have read other books by that author (my penchant for series…) but then there are other times … Continue reading

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