I have been on a bit of a historical fiction binge recently, particularly the Wars of The Roses era, I just can't get enough! Today I am reviewing The Queen's Rival by Anne O'Brien. It tells the story of Cecily Neville, I've mentioned previously on a blog post Cecily is my 18 times great-grandmother and so I … Continue reading Review: The Queen’s Rival by Anne O’Brien.
This is a very special review for a very special book. Cecily is a fantastic novel by Annie Garthwaite, based on an amazing woman that I am so proud to be able to call my 18 x great-grandmother! Thank you so much to Olivia at Penguin Random House for sending me an arc. Thank you … Continue reading Review – Cecily by Annie Garthwaite.
I am honoured to be taking part today in the Blog Tour for The Deception of Harriet Fleet by Helen Scarlett. Description Dark and brimming with suspense, an atmospheric Victorian chiller set in brooding County Durham for fans of Stacey Halls and Laura Purcell 1871. An age of discovery and progress. But for the Wainwright … Continue reading Blog Tour: The Deception of Harriet Fleet by Helen Scarlett
Description: It’s 1789 and a young Jane Austen turns detective as she seeks to solve the mysterious happenings at Southmoor Abbey. When a carriage accident forces a change of plans, 13-year-old Jane is sent to be a companion to Lady Cromwell for a week as the household prepares to celebrate the eldest son’s coming-of-age party. … Continue reading Blog Tour – Jane Austen Investigates: The Abbey Mystery by Julia Golding.
What a pleasant surprise! I chose this book to review almost on a ‘whim’, I had found a new review site and wanted to give something a try. I came across this book, liked the cover and the summary so thought ‘why not’? I certainly do not regret it! I feel like I have lived … Continue reading Review: 4 Years Trapped in My Mind Palace by Johan Twiss