Tag Archives: Historical

#THE WHITE FEATHER KILLER by R.N. Moris

PEACE It 1914 England has declared war against Germany. The country is in an uproar as men rush to join the arm forces. Anyone with any ties with Germany is considered a spy. Women are giving men not in uniform … Continue reading

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MORTAL ARTS By Anna Lee Huber

THINK POSITIVE! HUGS! The Lady Darby series has caught my attention and I want to read all the books now. The cost of the ebooks will slow me down. The Books I have read remind me of Victoria Holt’s gothic … Continue reading

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COCAINE BLUES By Kerry Greenwood

I have been looking at this series for awhile. I didn’t want to start it the latter part of the series. I finally the first one and I will be reading more of the books. Phryne Fisher is bored with … Continue reading

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A PATTERN OF LIES By Charles Todd

A historical World War One Novel. The background is set in Kent, England and aid stations and hospitals in France. The trains are delayed in Kent and Bess Crawford meets up with Mark Ashton whom she nurses in France. He … Continue reading

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MURDER ON LOCATION By Cathy Pegau

In the third book of this historical series, the town of Cordova is excited as a California movie company is going to film a movie on a nearby glacier. Charlotte Brody is assigned to cover the story for the newspaper. … Continue reading

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DEATH COMES TO THE FAIR by Cathrine Lloyd

A relaxing read that will take you on a historical journey back to an English village. Lucy Harrington and Sir Robert Midland are attending the annual fair. as they wait for their society wedding in London. Lucy points out to … Continue reading

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WINTER’S CHILD By Margaret Coel

The Wind River Reservation books have been a favorite since I read the first. The information about the Arapahoe and Shoshone Indian is first-rate. Usually, my emotions are involved and this was no difference. as I had tears for all … Continue reading

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HOMESCHOOLING CAN BE MURDER By Susan Lyttek

The book cover attracted my attention, I found an original plot and the characters are fresh and intriguing. There are several subplots that ramble on and not joined together making it hard to concentrate. The husband is in the army … Continue reading

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SILK By Chris Karlsen

A thriller set in Queen Victoria’s London. Rudyard Bloodstone, a war veteran and now a homicide detective explores the death of several women. The police have lumped them all together feeling that there is a single killer. Rudyard feels that … Continue reading

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BROOKLYN ON FIRE By Lawrence H. Levy

A historical mystery featuring Mary Handly as the protagonist. Mary is a trying to become a detective in Brooklyn in the 1800s. Emily Worsham asked her to investigate the death of her Uncle John Worsham as Emily feels it was … Continue reading

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