This book follows two different timelines and main characters. 1915 with Eve who becomes a spy in the Alice Network against the Germans while she lives in occupied France. And, 1947, with Charlotte (Charlie), an American college girl who is pregnant, unmarried and traveling with her mother to take care of the "problem" . Instead, … Continue reading The Alice Network by Kate Quinn
I admit that I am a bit of a Sherlock Holmes fan. Not a serious die hard fan but more of a fan of the spin off books like the Mary Russell series by Laurie King. So, when I saw this book, I was intrigued but cautious and packed it into my kindle for a … Continue reading Moriarty Meets His Match (Professor & Mrs. Moriarty Mystery Book 1) by Anna Castle
A while ago I posted on Twitter and Facebook the comment that: Not writing a review after reading a book was like not applauding after a performance. I got quite a few comments but most of them were along the line of "I do not know how to write a review." Well here is … Continue reading How to write a book review!
This author is re-releasing this popular series, now under his own name with new covers and a slight polish. I for one am glad he did as previously it was not on my radar. This is a realistic and gritty book (Rated R for language). The main character, Michelle, turns into an incredibly strong woman … Continue reading Hard Revenge Book 1 – Michelle Angelique Series
Here is the fourth and final nominee for Best Book of the Year. The main character Andrea (Andi) is a sculptor and an anonymous street artist. While her art is well received she is dealing with depression and issues from her past. The story travels between the semi-glamorous art world and her studio. Pills, alcohol, … Continue reading Beyond Stone by Christine Roney