My #BookReview of Maisie Dobbs (#1) by Jacqueline Winspear
In this first novel of this mystery series, we discover who Maisie Dobbs is, how she grew up, what she did during the Great War, and how she cracked her first case. My review of this book is on my blog now.
#BookReview for Stories from Suffragette City
Marching Towards History - this collection of short stories focuses on the October 23, 1915 march through New York city to promote women's sufferage, writen and edited by a collection to best-selling authors.
#BookReview of The Secret French Recipes of Sophie Valroux
#sponsored #ad Thanks for the free book, @PRHGlobal / @prhinternational For a change, this is a contemporary, women's fiction novel, which also qualifies as culinary fiction, but with a touch of romance! I hope you'll take a look at my #bookreview for "The Secret French Recipes of Sophie Valroux by Samantha Verant, on my #bookblog now.
#BookReview for A House in the Country by Ruth Adam
This lovely novel reads like a lighthearted memoir about a group of people who move out of war-torn London after the end of WWII to an idylic setting, to "live the dream" of having a house in the country. Thanks to @deanstreetpress for sending me the ARC of this released, lovely 1957 book!
#BookReview for Shakespeare: The World as Stage
I don't read much non-fiction, but Bill Bryson's non-fiction work about Shakespeare is aa nice companion read after loving the award-winning, historical fiction novel "Hamnet" by Maggie O'Farrell.
#BookReview for When We Were Young & Brave by Hazel Gaynor
aka The Bird in the Bamboo Cage by Hazel Gaynor tells the lesser known story of the Japanese occupation of China during WWII. Come take a look at my blog to see what I thought of this novel.
#BookReview for The Last Blue by Isla Morley
Although they're all gone now (apparently) there once were people who had blue skin, and this is a fictional story about one of them.
#BookReview for Long Live the Post Horn! by Vigdis Hjorth
This is a very interesting translated book which is contemporary, women's, literary fiction which takes place in Norway about a PR exec going through a hard time.
I'm a little late to this party, but after loving her Daisy Jones & The Six, I just had to see what the hype about this book was all about. Find out in my #bookreview on my blog now.
When an American exchange student ends up in Hamburg with a group of noisy British neighbors, who would have thought those boys would one day become a musical sensation!
Perching in Perilous Pockets.
Book Review for “Cher Ami and Major Whittlesey” by Kathleen Rooney. Official blurb: From the green countryside of England and the gray canyons of Wall Street come two unlikely heroes: one a pigeon …
Book Review for “Miss Mole” by E.H. Young. According to the publisher: “Hannah Mole is a forty-ish spinster, haunted by her past and drifting from post to post-now a governess, now a companion for …