Tag Archives: historical fiction

Book Review: White Rose, Black Forest by Eoin Dempsey

It has been awhile since I read and reviewed a book here. I’ve been doing other things and can’t promise I’ll be having regular book reviews again. Although I would like to try and keep up with a couple reviews … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Clay Remembers by Sharon K. Miller

The Clay Remembers: Book 1 in The Clay Series by Sharon K. Miller For people who have been victims of childhood or spousal abuse this book may not be you. There are numerous scenes that could be triggers. That said … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ludwika by Christoph Fischer

Ludwika: A Polish Woman’s Struggle to Survive in Nazi Germany by Christoph Fischer Originally I learned of Christoph Fischer from a promotion for Ludwika.  Instead of reading this book first I chose to read his Three Nations Trilogy and loved … Continue reading

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Book Review: One Night in Tehran by Luana Ehrlich

I bought this book six months before I got around to reading it. I had forgotten why I wanted to read it. I’m glad I did get the book and will buy others of Ms. Ehrlich’s Titus Ray series. The … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Black Eagle Inn by Christoph Fischer

Book Review: The Black Eagle Inn by Christoph Fischer Third in the Three Nations Trilogy, The Black Eagle Inn by Christoph Fischer follows the lives of the Hinterberger family from just after WWI up until the 1980’s. The family owns … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sebastian by Christoph Fischer

Sebastian is the second of Christoph Fischer’s Three Nations Trilogy. The books are stand alone though they have a common theme. In this book Europe is in the throes of WWI and the setting is primarily Vienna, Austria.  The book … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Luck of the Weissensteiners by Christoph Fischer

After reading a blurb and some reviews of The Luck of the Weissensteiners by Christoph Fischer I decided to select it for the April book of the month for the Goodreads Trail Mix Readers group. The story begins in the early … Continue reading

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Monday Morning Musings:Reading for Pleasure

There are times that reading to meet obligations I’ve made to authors becomes tedious. Not because I don’t like the books, but because I can’t conscientiously read something that has caught my interest for personal pleasure until I’ve met the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Riverbreeze (Trilogy) by Ellen E. Johnson

  Riverbreeze: Part 1 It took me a few days to finish the first book in this historical fiction novel only because I was traveling. Had I been home I would not have put it down. I enjoyed the story … Continue reading

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Book Reviews: Riddle, and View From the Sixth Floor by Elizabeth Horton Newton

  Riddle  I enjoyed this story. A good mystery/thriller romance. A young man released from prison on parole, a young woman from out of town both stuck in a small town. Mysterious events begin to occur as these two strangers … Continue reading

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