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The Alice Network by Kate Quinn

The Alice Network by Kate Quinn

Clear your calendar, make sure there is dinner to microwave for the family: Kate Quinn returns to the blog today with her new historic fiction novel. A dual-timeline story with a thread of mystery and some general danger, travel with me to Europe for  Read more of this post

Reading this book contributed to these challenges:

  • Full House Reading Challenge

The Enemies of Versailles: The Mistresses of Versailles Trilogy #3 by Sally Christie

The Enemies of Versailles: The Mistresses of Versailles Trilogy #3 by Sally Christie

Sally Christie returns to the blog today with the final Installment in The Mistresses of Versailles Trilogy, the story of the court and controversy in the French court of Louis XV. In addition to the review, you can check out the tour stops to see what other readers thought, read an excerpt and enter the tour-wide giveaway to win one of five (5) print copies of THE ENEMIES OF VERSAILLES (US Only) Read more of this post

Mad Richard by Lesley Krueger

Mad Richard by Lesley Krueger

In keeping with my Victoriana obsession, when I saw this historical fiction title from Lesley Krueger, I couldn’t wait to dive in. Based on the life of Richard Dadd, a Victorian artist and celebrity as his life and influences juxtapose against those of Charlotte Brontë, herself in the midst of her own questions and tumult. Please read on for my review of Read more of this post

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The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir by Jennifer Ryan

The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir by Jennifer Ryan

If you are, like me, a fan of BBC/Masterpiece dramas that deal with the WWII era, specifically Home Fires, this is a no-brainer to add to your TBR. Debut author Jennifer Ryan brings us a story of the small English village of Chilbury, at the onset of the war.  Please read on for my review of

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