Showing posts from 2021

Preview: Out Front the Following Sea by Leah Angstman

Preview: Iceapelago 2091

A selection of some excellent 5-stars historical novels

A bit of fun on the water: What about a cruise over the Kagerplassen? You can even brunch on board

Harvest time: the Dutch Meiknollen, a kind of turnip

It reminded me of Jane Eyre in setting and complexity - Review of The Curse of Morton Abbey by Clarissa Harwood

For the fans of Versailles or people interested in the Louis XIV-era - review of Hall of Mirrors by Roxanne Lalande

Review of The Colonel and The Enchantress by Paullett Golden - Regency era medical romance

Review of Le colonel Chabert on Netflix - based on a book by Balzac

Free downloadable adventure in Peru - no review yet

Review of "Sandstorm" - surviving on a planet forgotten by earth.

A new take on an old and famous fairytale: Beauty and the Beast in Victorian England - "Price of a Rose" by Byrd Nash

FREE TO DOWNLOAD: Raising Chickens for Beginners: The Complete Guide to Raising Backyard Chickens With Joy and Excitement (UPDATED WITH REVIEW)

"Rubies from Burma" - a coming of age story set in the 1940ties and 1950ties in South Georgia

Review of "The imperial orchid" by Nicola Italia - A romantic adventure set in Engeland, Egypt and on Ceylon in 1900

A jaded Bostonian criminal lawyer excapes his recent fame by holidaying in a seaside holiday village in gilded century-era series - Shipwreck Point Mysteries by Elise M. Stone

Eyes of the Camel: A Quirky Time-Travel Mystery to Morocco in the 18th century

Review of The Last Roman, Book One: Exile by B.K. Greenwood

7th century Northumbria seen through the eyes of four leading historical women: "Saxon Heroines" by Sandra Wagner-Wright

The garden is keeping me from reading a lot

Review of "Mafia Prince : Dark Irish Mafia Romance" by Vi Carter

New novel set against the backdrop of Dunkirk and the massacre at Le Paradis: The secrets we left behind by Soraya M. Lane

I have big gardening plans

WOW and WOW: Preview of a great fantasy and Sci-fi mix: The Ice Lion by Kathleen O'Neal Gear

FREE book that sounds interesting: The Case of the Mysterious Madam: A Gilded Age Historical Cozy Mystery

AFter a summer of Black Lives Matter protests all over the world this novel starring a black slave owner was a bit of a shock (true story)

I read this Post-Apocalyptic EMP Survival Thriller set in the dead of winter while it was snowing and very cold outside

Georgian historical mystery novels around Alec Halsey by Lucinda Brant - a refrehsing choice of historical setting

A fascinating neutral novel set during the American revolution - "The Turncoat's widow" by Mally Becker