Historical fiction, Mystery

The Mitford Murders (Mitford Murders #1) by Jessica Fellowes

In order to re-enter the zone of writing actual content on the blog which I would like to read a few years on, I set down actual pen to paper. I hoped this action would stimulate that which has been missing and I might (once again) attempt to kick start my old processes. Since I… Continue reading The Mitford Murders (Mitford Murders #1) by Jessica Fellowes

Drama, Historical fiction

Fracture by Andrés Neuman

I have been sitting on this book and then the review for a while. I must start off by saying that the book was not for me, but I worked my way to the end. This last part means I should talk about what I liked and disliked, unlike a book that I did not… Continue reading Fracture by Andrés Neuman

Historical fiction, Young Adult/Children

Every Now and Then by Lesley Kagen

The book is an immersive experience. It delves into a friendship between three girls rarely seen nowadays (I personally haven't, given most people's frequent movement). The picture painted shows both the good and the bad of an older time, with lesser supervision which comes with its own issues.Our narrator is an old woman now and… Continue reading Every Now and Then by Lesley Kagen

Historical fiction, Humour, Mystery

The Fatal Flying Affair (Lady Hardcastle Mysteries #7) by T.E. Kinsey

If you have the time, inclination and the patience, I highly recommend reading my older reviews. The gushing does come forth quite obviously for this series. Narrated by Elizabeth Kowelden There are few things more satisfying than a great series with every book as good, if not better than the last. Throw in a splash… Continue reading The Fatal Flying Affair (Lady Hardcastle Mysteries #7) by T.E. Kinsey

Chick lit, Historical fiction, Mystery

A Lady’s Guide to Mischief and Murder By Dianne Freeman

I have been sitting on this review for more than a week, mostly because I thought I had already written it! I saw it in my drafts and realised the mistake. I have read and reviewed the previous work earlier on the blog. I really enjoyed it. This is the third in a series and… Continue reading A Lady’s Guide to Mischief and Murder By Dianne Freeman