The Last Year of the War by Susan Meissner was a poignant, powerful story that shared friendship as it shined a light on American internment camps during World War II. Narrated by Kimberly Farr I found myself immersed in the stories of Elise Sontag and Mariko Inoue.
Please welcome Sophia Rose back to the blog. Today she is sharing Triple Jeopardy by Anne Perry, the second historical mystery novel in the Daniel Pitt series. Grab a cuppa and check out her review.
I was drawn to The Binding by Bridget Collins for it’s gorgeous cover and promising premise. Collins introduces us to the binding of memories and the damage forgetting painful memories or worse precious ones can do.
When We Left Cuba by Chanel Cleeton shares Beatriz Perez’s story. Rich in the history of the 1960s and the Cold War, it also shares a forbidden romance as Beatriz fights to free her beloved Cuba.
A Dangerous Collaboration is the fourth Veronica Speedwell novel by Deanna Raybourn. Once again she treats us to a suspenseful mystery. The interactions between Veronica and Stoker. were both frustrating and exciting!
Last year I read The Orphan Train by this author and was excited to receive the audiobook for The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff. Narrated by Elizabeth Knowelden, Henrietta Meire, and Candace Thaxton, Jenoff shares a story of passion, courage, betrayal, discovery.
I am excited to welcome Sophia Rose back to the blog with another fantastic review. Today she brings us The Vanishing Man by Charles Finch. A historical mystery set in London, 1853. The case is one that has Scotland Yard baffled. Grab a cup of cocoa and check out Sophia’s review.