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Acclaimed author and managing director of The Times Literary Supplement, James MacManus, creates a compelling historical novel that brings to life an unbelievable but true love story set during the Second World War. In 1942, Cork-born Kay Summersby’s life is changed forever when she is tasked with driving General Eisenhower on his fact-finding visit to wartime… Continue reading Ike & Kay – Blog Tour
Hey guys! Haha, I did more donating than shopping this weekend, but I'll have our charity shop finds up next Sunday. Today I felt like doing some mini-reviews with a few of the books I've read this month, and expect my wrap up post on the 31 to have a very long list of books.… Continue reading Mini-Review Day!
Blurb: J SS Bach is the story of three generations of women from either side of Germany's 20th Century horror story - one side, a Jewish family from Vienna, the other linked to a ranking Nazi official at Dachau concentration camp - who suffer the consequences of what men do. Fast forward to 1990s California, and… Continue reading JSS Bach- Blog Tour
My June Reads The Last Tsar's Dragons Kennig & Gold Remeon's Quest The Path Keeper The Chosen Kingdom of Exiles Random Attachment The Missing Years The Repenting Serpent The Sea Refuses No River Dream Angus Bride Squad Runaway The Van Apfel Girls are Gone The Starter Wife Akela The Red Labyrinth … Continue reading June Rewind
Blurb: "Horizontal Collaboration" is a term used to describe the sexual and romantic relationships that some French women had with members of the occupying German forces during World War II. In this poignant, female-centered graphic novel created by writer/artist duo Carole Maurel and Mademoiselle Navie, the taboo of "sleeping with the enemy" is explored… Continue reading Horizontal Collaboration Blog Tour
GoodReads: Emerging out of the 1940-1941 London Blitz, the drama of these two short works, a novel and a memoir, comes from the courage and endurance of ordinary people met in the factories, streets and lodging houses of a city under bombardment. Inez Holden's novella Night Shift follows a largely working-class cast of characters for… Continue reading Blitz Writing ARC Review