Category: Historic Fiction

The Lost Ones by Anita Frank #Bookreview @Ajes74 @joe_thomas2 @hqstories

Happy Halloween everyone! If you are looking for the perfect book to read today I highly recommend Anita Frank’s The Lost Ones. The book is totally outside my comfort zone on the level of creepiness. But I was drawn to it immediately and I am so glad I read it. My full spoiler free review

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The Girl From the Corner Shop by Alrene Hughes @alrenehughes @Aria_Fiction #LoveBooks

The Girl From the Corner Shop by Arlene Hughes WW2 Manchester: Newlyweds Helen and Jim Harrison have big plans – to leave the family shop where Helen works and set up home together. But when Jim is tragically killed in an air raid, Helen is heartbroken, her life in ruins. Battling grief and despair, Helen

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Mulberry Lane Babies by Rosie Clarke @Anne Herries @Aria_Fiction #LoveBooks

Mulberry Lane Babies by Rosie Clarke 1941, Mulberry Lane, London. War rages but new arrivals bring new hope. Perfect for fans of Katie Flynn and Cathy Sharp. Life is hard for all on Mulberry Lane as the war rages into yet another year. Desperate times push people into dangerous situations. Menacing shadows lurk on dark

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Kindred Spirits:York by Jennifer C. Wilson @inkjunkie1984 @crookedcatbooks #AuthorInterview

Today Jennifer C. Wilson stops by with her latest release Kindred Spirits: York. We have an interview feature for you to enjoy too. Jennifer C. Wilson Jennifer C. Wilson is a marine biologist by training, who developed an equal passion for history and historical fiction whilst stalking Mary, Queen of Scots on childhood holidays (she

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The Instrument of Death: The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by David Stuart Davies @DStuartDavies @TitanBooks #AuthorFeature

Delighted to have David Stuart Davies stop by for a natter. The Instrument of Death: The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is published by Titan Books and is out now in paperback and Kindle. The Instrument of Death: The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Back of the Book A brand-new Sherlock Holmes mystery from acclaimed

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Down to the Sea by Sue Lawrence @SueHLawrence @SarabandBooks #BookReview #AuthorFeature

I am delighted to bring you my feature and review today for Down to the Sea by Sue Lawrence. I loved the book so much in fact that I really wanted to sit down and have a natter with the author Sue Lawrence and that is just what I did the other day. I also

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#BookReview Wolves of Leninsky Prospekt by Sarah Armstrong @sandstonepress @rkbookpublicist @sarahsiobhana #BookBlogger

💫 Welcome to Love Books Group Blog Today I review Wolves of Leninsky Prospekt by Sarah Armstrong. My thanks to Sandstone Press and Ruth Killick for my gifted copy. 💫 Wolves of Leninsky Prospekt by Sarah Armstrong -Back of the Book It’s 1973 and Martha has been sent down from Cambridge for distributing left-wing leaflets

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#KindleDeal – The Strange Journey of Alice Pendelbury by Marc Levy #Top100Bestseller #PaidCharts #34 #HistoricalFiction #Books @AmazonPub #BookLove #BookBlogger

💫 Welcome to Love Books Group Blog Picking some paid chart picks that take my fancy. The Strange Journey of Alice Pendelbury by Marc Levy is my next pick. It is currently only £1.00 on Kindle and is at number thirty-four in the top 100 Amazon Best Sellers Paid Chart. Also, it is available as

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#BookReview – The Glass Woman by Caroline Lea @CarolineleaLea @JennyPlatt90 @MichaelJBooks #FiveStars

💫 Welcome to Love Books Group Blog Today I review the stunning debut The Glass Woman by Caroline Lea. Thank you to Jenny Platt for my gifted copy which I received in exchange for an honest review. 💫 The Glass Woman by Caroline Lea -Back of the Book Iceland, 1686. The brutal, lava-scarred landscape can

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#CurrentlyReading The Glass Woman by Caroline Lea @CarolineleaLea ‏@MichaelJBooks #Books #BookBlogger

Starting this last tonight, I have a spot on the Michael Joseph book blog tour on the 24th of Feb. It is set in the 16th century in Iceland. Now that doesn’t sound very appealing to me but the book so far is really interesting and I am eager to see what happens to Rosa.

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