A year reflected in events and the books I read, 2021, is a spin on a fun meme that I hope will define some memorable, turning point moments of this resilient year through the titles of novels I read…Continue reading “A Year in Events and Books I Read, 2021”
A Long Walk Home, a Christmas novelette by D.L. Finn is an enjoyable, satisfying read that combines the magic of Christmas with the tingle of ‘what if?’Continue reading “A Long Walk Home, Christmas Novelette by D.L. Finn”
State of Terror by Hillary Rodham Clinton and Louise Penny is a thoughtful thriller that puts the heart back in the White House, a review.
I could say that State of Terror by Hillary Rodham Clinton and Louise Penny is a political thriller about a handful of politicians and civilians who, except for their patriotism, have nothing much in common yet manage to annihilate a terrorist infiltration into the alt-right movement, a military-coup and a nuclear terrorist attack on US soil. But it is much more than that.
I could say that State of Terror is a conspiracy theory novel suspenseful at times; uproarious at others, and satisfying in the end. It is a book that for me, as a European reader, has put the heart back into the White House politics.
But it is more than that.Continue reading “State of Terror by Hillary Rodham Clinton and Louise Penny, a Review, #StateOfTerror”
It gives me great pleasure to share with you The Castilian Pomegranate by Anna Belfrage, a new historical romantic fiction set in medieval Spain and second book in The Castilian Saga. This is Anna’s twentieth book.Continue reading “The Castilian Pomegranate by Anna Belfrage”
First review for my latest book, Transylvania’s History A to Z, comes from lovely Bonnie of Bonnie Reads and Writes.Continue reading “First Book Review for Transylvania’s History A to Z”