I have enjoyed all of Chanel Cleeton’s books, but she has truly found her voice with historical fiction surrounding Cuba. The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba shares the story of three women as it sweeps us back and forth between New York and Cuba during the Gilded Age. War, bravery and romance awaits you with this history inspired tale.
Please welcome Sophia Rose to the blog with a review of the historical mystery What the Devil Knows by C.S. Harris. Grab a cuppa and see why this story gave her the chills.
The Last Bookshop in London by Madeline Martin drew me in with its World War 11 time period and bookshop setting in London. Rich, captivating and well written Madeline Martin pulled me into the story and endeared me to these characters.
Please welcome Sophia Rose who is popping in to share a young adult historical mystery with us! Check out her thoughts on Pride and Premeditation by Tirzah Price, the first novel in the Jane Austen Murder Mystery series.
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.