Category Archives: Historical Fiction

My Book Review of Mystery on Valentine’s Day

Mystery on Valentine’s Day by Lee Strauss My rating: 4 of 5 stars Cozy Holiday Mystery This period piece put cozy into mystery. A fast read, it’s perfect to entertain you while in transit or waiting for an appointment. The tale has charm that brings you back to a classic era while remains relevant with human emotion. This was a

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RELAUNCH: Daughter of Hades

Just in time for Black History MonthThe relaunch of the Award-Winning novel from Mack Little  Daughter of Hades Telling the Complicated History of the Caribbean Through the Eyes of Two Sets of Siblings Mack Little’s sophomore novel traces the fascinating and often painful Caribbean history through the life experience of siblings as they try to escape their homes and strive

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Sheriff of Starr County by David A. Bowles

Sheriff of Starr County Book Five in the Westward Sagas The true elements of Texas continue with critically acclaimed author and fifth generation pioneer, David A. Bowles The book is published by Plum Creek Press and is available worldwide across all platforms! When Texas becomes a newly-minted state, good men and women work hard toward progress and peace. Texas Ranger

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My Book Review of A Midnight Clear: A Christmas Novella

A Midnight Clear by K.C. Bateman My rating: 5 of 5 stars How Romantic and Enchanting This is a delightful short romance that’s perfect to bring a smile to your face. A quick way to add warmth to a cold winter day, the story isn’t new, but it’s enchanting. You’ll giggle and aww in all the right places. I loved

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The Extra by Mel Anastasiou

The Extra – A Monument Studios Mystery By Mel Anastasiou The Extra is the first in the Monument Studios Mystery series. Set in 1930s Hollywood, the series follows the adventures of amateur sleuth Frankie Ray. Synopsis: Vancouver schoolmarm Frankie Ray runs away to Silver Screen Hollywood to test her conviction that an actress who lacks glamour but has talent and

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My Book Review of The Wehrwolf: A Short Story

The Wehrwolf by Alma Katsu My rating: 5 of 5 stars Tragic and Powerful The blend of German folklore and WWII was brilliant. The humanity of Uwe made the monsters more defined by their lack of compassion. The appeal from benefits reaped made the Devil’s promises and evil itself more appealing. Combined, it was a fantastic horror story inline with

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Thickwood by Gayle M. Smith

The fascinating worlds of horses and women’s professional baseball intertwine brilliantly in Thickwood,the debut novel from Saskatchewan author Gayle M. Smith Thickwood, Saskatchewan author Gayle M. Smith’s debut novel, intertwines the fascinating worlds of horses and women’s professional baseball with a touch of romance and a lot of heart. It’s now available in print, ebook, and audiobook editions from Saskatchewan

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