Historical fiction, Romance

Daring Done Right(The Debutante Dares #6)by Charlie Lane

I have read the previous books of the series and reviewed them : Here I was very happy to see this book available since I read two of the previous ones back to back and knew exactly what was going to be in this one. I had prior knowledge of the central characters and the… Continue reading Daring Done Right(The Debutante Dares #6)by Charlie Lane

Mystery, Historical fiction

Daggers at the Country Fair by Catherine Coles

I reviewed the first book of this series earlier on the blog: here I read both books of this series at different times of the year. I really enjoyed the calm feeling and the slightly different mind of the protagonist. Martha Miller is an ordinary woman who has had a hard life. Her tough life… Continue reading Daggers at the Country Fair by Catherine Coles

Comics & Graphic Novel, Historical fiction

LittleSister by Susie Morgenstern and Johann G.Louis

I have been sitting on this book for quite a while now. I think my biggest peeve was the art. I am not a fan of caricature-like drawings on a good day, and this was an entire family narration with emotional depth depicted in a style I am not fond of.We have a Jewish family… Continue reading LittleSister by Susie Morgenstern and Johann G.Louis

Historical fiction, Mystery, Short Stories

Guilty Creatures: A Menagerie of Mysteries edited by Martin Edwards

I have read a lot of books released by the British Library Crime Classics. To the point that when I went to secondhand bookstores last month, I first picked all of them I found and only then weeded some out! Not all are of the same interest levels, but here I think the book gets… Continue reading Guilty Creatures: A Menagerie of Mysteries edited by Martin Edwards