meme, Mysteries & Thrillers, Throwback Thursday, WWII

Throwback Thursday – The Odessa File by Frederick Forsyth

Throwback Thursday meme is hosted by Renee@It’s Book Talk and is a way to share some of your old favourites as well as sharing books that you're FINALLY getting around to reading that were published over a year ago. You know, the ones waiting patiently on your TBR list while you continue to pile more… Continue reading Throwback Thursday – The Odessa File by Frederick Forsyth

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book review, historical fiction, WWII

Book Review: The Women of the Castle by Jessica Shattuck

"A resistance widow. A silent co-conspirator. The only one who survived. Bavaria, Germany. June, 1945. The Third Reich has crumbled. The Russians are coming. Can Marianne von Lingenfels and the women in her care survive and build their ravaged world anew? Marianne - widow of a resistor to the Nazi regime - returns to the… Continue reading Book Review: The Women of the Castle by Jessica Shattuck

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It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #IMWAYR

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is hosted by Kathryn at BookDate. It’s a weekly post sharing what you’ve recently finished reading, what you’re currently reading, and what you plan to read this week. don’t forget to link up on BookDate’s blog and check out what everyone’s been reading.   What I read recently: I finished […]

Blogging A-Z Challenge 2017, historical fiction

Blogging From A-Z Challenge – V

I’m taking part in the Blogging From A-Z Challenge April 2017 with the theme of books. I’ll be blogging about books on my Goodreads shelf that I’ve read or want to read.   Today’s letter is V and the book I’ve chosen is The Villa Trieste by Lucretia Grindle.   This is the second book in… Continue reading Blogging From A-Z Challenge – V

First Line Friday, meme, Women's Fiction, WWII

First Line Friday #2

Choose a book from your shelf and post the first sentence. I've chosen my First Line Friday from Jasmine Nights by Julia Grigson. It was only a song. That was what he thought when she'd put her hat on and left, leaving the faint smell of fresh apples behind.  At twenty-three, Saba Tarcan knows her… Continue reading First Line Friday #2