Historical fiction

Anna, A Child of the Poor House by Pat Mestern

Although this is a reprint, it still qualifies as historical fiction because of the timing of the narrative. I picked it up because it sounded a little like a serious version of Anne of Green Gables, and I am fond of reprints of late.There were parts of this book that worked but overall, I was… Continue reading Anna, A Child of the Poor House by Pat Mestern

Chick lit, Mystery

Till Daph Do Us Part by Phillipa Nefri Clark

This is a first in a new cozy mystery series. It is not a very large volume and had an interesting premise, which meant that it would be a quick read. On that front, it delivered.This series has an unusual leading lady: The happily married Daphne, who recently started as a celebrant on the move.… Continue reading Till Daph Do Us Part by Phillipa Nefri Clark