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Nexus by Alison Morton - Book Review


Mid 1970s. Ex-Praetorian Aurelia Mitela is serving as Roma Nova’s interim ambassador in London. Asked by a British colleague to find his missing son, Aurelia thinks it will only be a case of a young man temporarily rebelling. 404 more words

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Book Review: The Woman in the White Kimono

Title: The Woman in the White Kimono

Author: Ana Johns

Genre: Historical fiction

Date of publication: May 28th 2019

Publisher: Legend Press… 1,042 more words


Spotlight: Autumn Bardot, Dragon Lady

Dragon Lady
by Autumn Bardot

Publication Date: August 1, 2019
Flores Publishing

Genre: Historical Fiction

Prostitution required the violation of my body. Piracy required my soul. 609 more words


The Mermaid and the Bear by Ailish Sinclair #BookReview #RBRT #NewRelease

Isobell needs to escape. She has to. Her life depends on it.

She has a plan and it’s a well thought-out, well observed plan, to flee her privileged life in London and the cruel man who would marry her, and ruin her, and make a fresh start in Scotland.

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The Village

September 1st 1646, 8 Years Old

In the midst of what was supposed to be meal time the adults got up and left. The village kids were playing in the fields and doing chores. 1,027 more words

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Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Ugwu feels quite privileged to have been chosen to work for Master.  Most people in his small village in Nigeria are not given the opportunity to work for someone who provides such fine quarters, good food, and an education as his Master is offering him.   193 more words


The Dark Monk, by Oliver Pötzsch / ****

Oliver Pötzsch’s The Hangman’s Daughter was a pleasant little surprise – a piece of historical fiction that wore its research smoothly, using it all in service of a solid thriller that could easily appeal to a modern audience. 671 more words

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