Sophia Rose is here with a review of The Lantern’s Dance by Laurie R. King. Come see why she loved this adventure in the Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes historical mystery series.
Sarah Sundin delivered a touching historical fiction as a mother searches for her child during WWII, in Embers of London. A mother’s love, romance, diversity and a murder mystery made this an engaging listen. Narrated by Lisa Larsen, you’ll want to add this one to your audio bookshelf.
Sophia Rose is here with The Spanish Diplomat’s Secret, the third novel in the Captain Jim and Lady Diana Mystery series by Nev March. Grab a cuppa and check out her thoughts on this historical mystery.
The synopsis of The Porcelain Maker by Sarah Freethy intrigued me, as I am often drawn to WWII fiction novels. Inspired by an actual porcelain factory in Dachau, this sweeping tale held me captive from the very first page.
Sophia Rose is here with a historical fiction you won’t want to miss. Take the Long Way Home by Rochelle Alers tells the tale of a fascinating and well-traveled woman. Grab a cup of pumpkin spice tea and check out her thoughts…..