The Siren of Sussex by Mimi Matthews – Review

The Siren of Sussex by Mimi Matthews – Review

Mimi Matthews never disappoints. Her writing offers rich views about delicate circumstances. Mimi includes all the love and sweet romance you want. The Siren of Sussex has it all, delivering a realistic look at Britain…

Princes and Kings by Sydney Williams – Spotlight

About Princes and Kings In the year 1240 AD, the land of Gwynedd Wales found itself without a leader when their king, Llywelyn the Great, died at a ripe old age. The natural successor to…

The Secrets of Latimer House by Jules Wake – Spotlight

About The Secrets of Latimer House In the war against Hitler every secret counts… Society heiress Evelyn Brooke-Edwards is a skilled interrogator – her beauty making her a non-threat in the eyes of the prisoners. Farm girl Betty…

A Winter Baby For Gin Barrel Lane by Lindsey Hutchinson – Review

A Winter Baby for Gin Barrel Lane is a delightful and inspiring novel that will make everyone smile. Lindsey Hutchinson does a fantastic job with the story by giving us characters to root for.

Dark Days for the Tobacco Girls by Lizzie Lane – Review

Lizzie Lane offers readers a glance of Bristol during WWII in her new novel, Dark Days for the Tobacco Girls. This book is the second volume in the Tobacco Girls series. It also works well as a standalone. I never felt lost because the author incorporates enough events from the first book.

The Good Cop by Peter Steiner – Review

Peter Steiner hits it out of the park with The Good Cop! This historical thriller takes us through the rise of Hitler after WWI. The parallels to the current political environment around the world are beyond chilling. I can’t help but…