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Book Recommendation: Razorhurst

It is a well documented fact that I am obsessed with Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries.

I mean, it’s got everything: 1920’s, Australia, flappers, the idle rich, sassy characters, heaps and heaps of sexual tension, spectacular displays of side eye, and… 454 more words


Scotch Rising (Markinch #1) by S. J. Garland

Captain Clyde-Dalton is a broken man. Mourning the loss of his wife and unborn child, his only wish is to receive a dishonorable discharge from the British Military and disappear into the world. 490 more words


The Truth and the Life by Elizabeth Moor : Book Review

The Truth and the Life, a new novel by Elizabeth Moore  is set  in the nineteenth century industrial town of Cedar Mills, in the center of the New Jersey Pine Barrens.   361 more words

Book Reviews

A Beautiful Take On A Traditional Story

Then The Deluge Comes by Caryl McAdoo is the second book in The Generations series, and I was blessed to receive a copy.

As with book one, it is beautifully written. 237 more words

Christian Fiction

High Society

Published in Garbled Transmissions.

We laid naked together in her parents’ barn, watching the skies through the holes in the roof.

“Tell me about it again,” said Tracy. 8,535 more words

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Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke

A great book to read during this long, cold winter. Set in the early 1800s, the story follows two magicians and their quest to bring magic back to England. 117 more words