Historical fiction

Confessions in B-Flat by Donna Hill

There was a lot of potential in this book. It has two protagonists who support different forms of protest in the US. On the one hand, we have Martin Luther King's peaceful marches, and on the other end, Malcolm X and his views. Just to make it even more interesting, it is the woman who… Continue reading Confessions in B-Flat by Donna Hill

Historical fiction, Mystery

A Portrait Of Death (The Versipellis Mysteries Book 1) by Rhen Garland

I had this book with me for a while before I picked it up. Once I started, though, it was a surprisingly quick read. I say surprisingly because it is a historical mystery with heavy tones of espionage and treason mixed in.It begins with a very dramatic murder but quickly moves on to a sedate… Continue reading A Portrait Of Death (The Versipellis Mysteries Book 1) by Rhen Garland