Chick lit, Historical fiction, Romance

A House for the Season by Marion Chesney writing as M.C Beaton

This series has taken a long time to complete. I listened to every one of these books via Kindle Audible and enjoyed most of them thoroughly. There are six books in all and since there is significant overlap in the storyline I deemed it appropriate to combine all the reviews in one go. It will… Continue reading A House for the Season by Marion Chesney writing as M.C Beaton

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Historical fiction, Humour, Romance, Short Stories

Snowdrift and Other Stories by Georgette Heyer

I am a very big fan of Georgette Heyer's sense of humour and style of writing. Keeping this in mind , the following review is relatively biased. This book is a collection of some of earlier unpublished and other short stories compiled together.I gained access to it via NetGalley. Considering these were penned in the… Continue reading Snowdrift and Other Stories by Georgette Heyer

Historical fiction, Mystery

The Hangman’s Daughter (The Hangman’s Daughter #1) by Oliver Pötzsch

This book is not a mystery in the traditional sense but since the core of the story lies within solving a problem and ensuring the release an unjustly accused innocent, I decided a 'mystery' tag is more appropriate than a thriller. This book has as the lead character the town executioner ,  Jakob Kuisl. Jakob… Continue reading The Hangman’s Daughter (The Hangman’s Daughter #1) by Oliver Pötzsch