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February 27, 2021

When Twilight Breaks by Sarah Sundin ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts



 "Evelyn Brand had done a crack bit of journalism and she hadn't even had to dress like a man." (p 7)

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The Girl from Berlin by Kate Hewitt ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


There are a lot of WWII fiction books currently available and the best books are the ones that approach the war from a different angle. This book certainly did with its look at a German girl before and after the war.
This novel is told from two points of view:  Liesel from 1936 - 1946 and Sam Houghton in 1946.

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February 26, 2021

The Vineyard at Painted Moon by Susan Mallery ~ a Review & Excerpt

by MK French


Mackenzie Dienes had a great life, but her job, home, and friends were all tied to her husband. When their marriage fails, she could stay on in the family winery and still have access to the mother she cherishes, the sister that’s a best friend, and the nieces and nephews she loves to spend time with. She would be an employee instead of a family member, however. Her choice now is to stay in that position, or strike out on her own and create a brand new life.

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February 25, 2021

The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah is my first novel by this author. She brought the historical period of the dustbowl and depression to life with a story of one woman's fight for survival.

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February 24, 2021

A Mother's Promise by K.D. Alden ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


Based on the true story behind a landmark U.S. Supreme Court Decision, K.D. Alden's debut novel, A Mother's Promise, is a rich and moving story of one woman's courage and determination to get her child back when all odds are stacked against her.

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Behind Her Eyes: Book and Netflix Series Review

by Alison DeLuca


Gone Girl spawned a new genre a few years ago. Psychological thriller novels sought to gaslight readers by making us wonder who did the murder, usually by twisting the main character's vision with drugs, alcohol, and an unsuitable friend. After reading three or four such books, I could usually foretell the ending and gave up on those Unreliable Narrator books.

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February 23, 2021

The Kitchen Front by Jennifer Ryan ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


It's no secret I love WWII historical fiction. But I'm not sure how many of you know that I also love to cook. Some of the difficulties of getting groceries early in the pandemic had me thinking about what it was like during WWII food rationing. So that was really the draw for me to read The Kitchen Front by Jennifer Ryan.

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February 22, 2021

Flowers of Darkness by Tatiana de Rosnay ~ a Review

 by Susan Roberts


"She explained that she had never lived alone.  She had to feel good within a home, not only to write there but to live there , as well.  She was looking for an apartment that could be sort of a shelter.  A haven that would keep her safe, that would protect her." (loc 251)

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February 21, 2021

Richard James's Bowman of the Yard Books 3 and 4 ~ a Series Review

by MK French


Richards James's Victorian mystery series Bowman of the Yard continues with books three and four. 

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