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Jane Seymour: The Haunted Queen, (Six Tudor Queens 3),  Alison Weir

Jane Seymour: The Haunted Queen, (Six Tudor Queens 3),  Alison Weir

Genre: Historical Fiction

About fifteen years ago I was into reading a lot of historical fiction, and devoured books by Phillipa Gregory, Elizabeth Chadwick, Ariana Franklin and others, and found several of Alison’s books that appealed to me. 781 more words

Deception

The Talk Part Three - Driving While Black by Frederick K Foote

“Hey, Beth, you got a minute? I need your advice.”

“Greg, not really, however, I’ll always make time for a call from my ex-husband and the father of our children. 1,812 more words

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Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman

The best perk of writing a book blog is that I’ve gotten some fantastic recommendations from fellow book lovers.  This may be one of my favorites — thank you, Larry and Jim! 365 more words

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The Sword

Synopsis
Camila comes home to find a sword in her ceiling and several holes in her backyard. Yet nothing seems to be taken. After the police are called to investigate, Camila finds an important clue as to who it is? 284 more words

General Fiction

The Scary Clown Club

Introduction
Ayden Grimes wants to start a club: a scary clown club for Halloween. But with the controversy on scary clowns, no one wants to join. 744 more words

General Fiction

Carnal Lust: A Random Lovers Diary

A/N: What happens when two people meet and become “Random Lovers” with a desire for sex? Will they stay together? Or get bored? (Suggestive material in this one, so beware!) 712 more words

General Fiction

Review: Why Mummy Drinks - Gill Sims

Why Mummy Drinks is the book everyone is reading, whether they have kids or not, so of course I had to try it. Especially since it was only £4 at Sainsbury’s. 265 more words

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