Historical fiction

The Tuscan Child by Rhys Bowen

Recently I have developed a penchant for books based in the World War settings.There are so many emotions to illustrate, hardships define the characters. It determines in no uncertain terms where their conscience draws the lines for them in life. This book is no exception.The story is told in two parts, parallelly progressing ( this… Continue reading The Tuscan Child by Rhys Bowen

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Random Fiction

Espresso Tales (44 Scotland Street, #2) by Alexander McCall Smith

This book follows the 44 Scotland Street, #1 book. It picks off exactly where the last one ends.Life continues to move for all the residents. Bertie has few victories and few disastrous rebellious phases, his father comes to his rescue in this book.His mother, Irene has things to deal with herself.There is Domenica who is fleetingly present… Continue reading Espresso Tales (44 Scotland Street, #2) by Alexander McCall Smith