Monthly Archives: September 2008

Suite Francaise by Irene Nemirovsky

The concept of this book was that there should have been five parts to the book, instead there are only two.The author was a Ukrainian born Jew and did not survive the Second World War. For me, that was an … Continue reading

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Dakota Born (Dakota Trilogy #1) by Debbie Macomber

I loved this book. A typical Debbie Macomber, a light and comfortable read. I enjoyed it so much that I read the preview of the second in the series. Lyndsay has been let down in love, or so she thinks. … Continue reading

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French Pressed (Coffeehouse Mysteries) by Cleo Coyle

Clare is in the early stages of a relationship with Mike the new policeman in her life! Just as Mike and Clare are settling down for a romantic interlude, then Clare’s ex husband enters the scene, followed on by two … Continue reading

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Murder Is Binding (Booktown Mysteries) by Lorna Barrett

This new series is off to a good start…. Tricia opens wonderful mystery bookshop in a bookshop town, that is set upon Hay on Way. The local book sellers are feeling the pinch as the local land agent wants to … Continue reading

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The Blood Detective by Dan Waddell

I saw a review of this book several months ago in a genealogical magazine, it appealed to my genealogical mind and once it had arrived from Amazon, did not sit on mount TBR for long. Written by the man who … Continue reading

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Tomaree by Debbie Robson

This is the story of Peggy who meets and falls in love with an American serviceman stationed in Australia during the Second World War. At the war end, after they had married Peggy leaves for America to start a new … Continue reading

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Mariner’s Compass by Earlene Fowler (Benni Harper mystery)

Oh my, the best of the series….yet! Benni inherits all the worldly goods of someone who has recently passed away; the only problem is that she has no idea who he is?…..Then Benni hears that to claim the estate she … Continue reading

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