The protagonist is a scientist; a smart female scientist named Annie.
The Light in the Hallway – Book Review
Like a beacon that calls them home, Nick and his eighteen-year-old son Oliver always return home to the light in the hallway.
Cartier’s Hope – Book Review
Cartier’s Hope is a fascinating story about the Hope diamond. Set in New York City in 1910, M J Rose’s slice of historical fiction features not only the world’s most famous diamond but an intriguing cast of characters.
Milo March x 3 – Book Review
Crossen wrote the March stories between the mid-1950s to 1970. Paperback Library re-published 20 of the stories in 1971,
The Light Over London – Book Review
When she discovers an old diary in a tin at the house of a potential client, it leads her on a personal journey…
American Princess – Book Review
This book does a dazzling job of weaving together the story of Alice Roosevelt, the first daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt.
The Last Year of the War – Book Review
The Last Year of the War – Book Review “At an internment camp in Texas, two American-born teens Mariko and Elise founded their great friendship.”
The Penny-a-Word Brigade – Book Review (Pulp Fiction)
Naturally, I hoped that some secret would be revealed within the pages of that book to mastering writing at a voluminous perfect pace.
The Overdue Life of Amy Byler – Book Review
Our new association with #tallpoppywriters has yielded another great read. The Overdue Life of Amy […]
Alaskan Holiday – Book Review
In her latest novel, Alaskan Holiday, Josie Avery has been working as a cook at a summer lakeside resort in the small remote town of Ponder, Alaska.