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“The Song of Hartgrove Hall” by Natasha Solomons – Book Review

“Home wasn’t a place. Home was music.” Hartgrove Hall is a house with nine bedrooms, five reception rooms, a suite of attics and half a dozen ramshackle barns. Reading “The Song of Hartgrove Hall” I knew that I was being … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday (an old favorite recommended)

Renee at It’s Book Talk began this meme as a way to share old favorites. This week I’ve chosen “Five night stand” by Richard J. Alley for my Throwback Thursday post. It was first published in May of 2015 and was, for me, a 5* read. First … Continue reading

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“Five night stand” by Richard J. Alley – Book Review

A beautifully written tale of three disparate yet kindred souls – all at a crossroads in their lives. Oliver Pleasant, an octogenarian jazz pianist of some renown is finally retiring from the music business. He is wrapping up his long … Continue reading

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