What do Rita Hayworth, Molly Brown, Joan Crawford, Grace Kelly, Tippi Hedren, Liza Minnelli, Ali MacGraw, Jaclyn Smith, Phylicia Rashad, and a slew of writers like Sylvia Plath and Meg Wolitzer have in common?
Lana’s War – Book Review
Lana’s War is an enthralling work of historical fiction, which draws on the crimes of, Alois Brunner, an Austrian Schutzstaffel officer who worked as Adolf Eichmann’s assistant, to kick start a tale of revenge, resistance, and suspense.
Code Name Hélène – Book Review
She parachuted from The Liberator behind enemy lines; carried knives and revolvers tucked into pants; all the while wearing the deepest red lipstick like a true French woman.
Mistress of the Ritz – Book Review
This is a captivating tale centered about true events, only this time the heroine is a real-life American woman, who during World War II worked as a spy for the French Resistance.
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…
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.”
Dear Mrs. Bird – Book Review
London, 1940 and like everyone involved in the war effort, Emmeline Lake is determined to make her mark in the journalism world covering the war.
Re-reading 3 From High School English – Books
I cannot begin to explain why after some 40-odd year’s three books from High School English suddenly called to me to be reexamined. After all, at the time, it was assigned reading…(Ugh!)