Category Archives: NetGalley

“Found Object” by Anne Frasier – Book Review #NetGalley #FoundObject #BookReview

I’ve been anxious to try this author for a while now, and this novel has convinced me to read more of her work. The writing flowed smoothly and the characters were vividly drawn. While the novel began in Minneapolis, Minnesota, … Continue reading

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“Hungry Hill” by Eileen Patricia Curran – Book Review

I’m always eager to try new authors, and this debut novel did not disappoint. Grace Cavanaugh was a charming character. She was spirited, intelligent, and had a great sense of humour. Her great aunt, eighty-six year old Maggie Reilly, was … Continue reading

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“Her Buried Lives” by Katlyn Duncan – Book Review

The old Victorian house located on the outskirts of a small Pennsylvania town leant itself to a creepy vibe and you just knew it was packed full of unsavory family secrets. Though I loved the premise and the setting, I … Continue reading

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“The Highland Girls At War” by Helen Yendall – Book Review

Thoroughly enjoyable as an entertaining historical story, this novel also introduced me to The Women’s Timber Corps. I had of course known about the ‘Land Girls’, but this is the first time I’ve learned about the lumberjills (as opposed to … Continue reading

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“Never Broken” by Lori Duffy Foster – Book Review

Lisa Jamison – an investigative journalist in her hometown of Seneca Springs, New York. She is thirty-three years old and has a teenage daughter, whom she adores. She was a teenage runaway who became pregnant at fifteen. Completely estranged from … Continue reading

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Teaser Tuesday – November 8, 2022 #NewBook #TheHiker @MJFordBooks #TeaserTuesday #TuesdayBookBlog @AvonBooksUK

My Tuesday post where I’ll ‘tease‘ you with the cover, blurb, and first paragraph of one of the titles from my own TBR. This book is a title I received from Avon Books UK via NetGalley and I’ll be reading … Continue reading

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“Parting The Veil” by Paulette Kennedy – Book Review

This was my last read for the month of October. Only fitting as it had a ghostly element and was touted as a gothic thriller novel. Havenwood Manor, the creepy, crumbling old house in Hampshire was an excellent setting for … Continue reading

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“Valley Of Secrets” by Kari Lee Harmon – Book Review

The cover was first drew me to this novel. The setting was an idyllic small Vermont town. I imagined that there would be a mystery element to this book, but it was more a straight out romance. The characters were … Continue reading

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“Under A Veiled Moon” by Karen Odden – Book Review

Scotland Yard Inspector Michael Corravan – an Irishman in his thirties, Michael has twelve years experience of policing. He had a challenging childhood because his mother went missing when he was only eleven – leaving him to fend for himself. … Continue reading

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“The Legacy of Halesham Hall” by Jenni Keer – Book Review

Whenever I see a book with a beautiful cover and the word ‘HALL’ in the title it is a sure bet that I will want to investigate further. This is likely a throwback to my adolescent reading days filled with … Continue reading

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