The Paris Bookseller by Kerri Maher

January 14th, 2022 Kimberly Review 8 Comments

14th Jan
The Paris Bookseller by Kerri Maher

I love historical fiction steeped in history, so how could I resist, The Paris Bookseller by Kerri Maher. The author shares a peek into the life of American Sylvia Beach, who opened a bookstore/lending library called Shakespeare and Company on a quiet street in Paris. Famous authors, lovers and one woman’s efforts to see a banned book published. Grab a cuppa and see why book lovers need to add this to their bookshelf.

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🎧 Lady of Ashes by Christine Trent

January 7th, 2022 Kimberly Review 7 Comments

7th Jan
🎧 Lady of Ashes by Christine Trent

I loved the idea of a female undertaker in Victorian London solving murders and was delighted to begin Lady of Ashes by Christine Trent. Narrated by Polly Lee, the tale delivered mystery, history and a side of romance as our protagonist suspects death by unnatural causes. Grab a cup of hot cocoa and see why I recommend this first in series.

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🎧 Miss Moriarty, I Presume? by Sherry Thomas

November 22nd, 2021 Kimberly Review 5 Comments

22nd Nov
🎧 Miss Moriarty, I Presume? by Sherry Thomas

I adore the Lady Sherlock series and easily slipped into Miss Moriarty, I Presume? by Sherry Thomas. Narrated by Kate Reading, this is the sixth audiobook and what a treat it was! From the seaside mystery to our nemesis, Moriarty, and, of course, our slow-burning romance, it was splendid. Grab a cuppa and check out my thoughts.

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The Woman at the Front by Lecia Cornwall

November 1st, 2021 Kimberly Review 4 Comments

1st Nov
The Woman at the Front by Lecia Cornwall

Lecia Cornwall delivered an engaging World War I historical fiction with a side of romance as a determined female doctor finds herself at a medic camp in France. Danger, romance and the struggles of female doctors made for a captivating historical fiction fans will want to read.

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