I love a good historical fiction, especially when it’s based on actual events, people and places. The Rose Code by Kate Quinn takes us to Bletchley Park and shares the fascinating story of a group of decoders during WWII.
A story with a library, set in WWII and in Paris? That was all I needed, I didn’t even read the synopsis for The Paris Library by Janet Skeslien Charles. Imagine my surprise when parts of the book take place in Montana! A beautiful story of love, loss and books.
We are back with another Veronica Speedwell novel in An Unexpected Peril by Deanna Raybourn. I love this series from the suspenseful mysteries to the delightful banter between Veronica and Stoker.
It’s time once again to welcome Sophia Rose back to the blog. Today she has a delightful historical fiction for you. Grab a cuppa and check out The Last Tiara by MJ Rose.
In the Garden of Spite is a fictional thriller based on the true crimes of Belle Gunness: The Black Widow of LaPorte, Indiana. Narrated by Natalie Naudus and Stacey Glemboski; Camilla Bruce delivered a twisted tale that kept me listening into the wee hours.
I love historical fiction based on actual events, and when I saw Julia Whelan was narrating The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah, I knew I had to dive in.