State of Terror by Hillary Rodham Clinton and Louise Penny, a Review, #StateOfTerror

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.

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The Castilian Pomegranate by Anna Belfrage @abelfrageauthor #HistFic #TuesdayBookBlog

Anna Belfrage The Castilian Pomegranate

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.

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Book Review, Take Height, Rutterkin by Millie Thom @MillieThom #HistFic #TuesdayBookBlog

Take Height, Rutterkin by Millie Thom

What a thrill to share with you my review of Take Height, Rutterkin by talented historical fiction author Millie Thom, historical fiction at its best published in August 2021.

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