Tag Archives: American fiction

Review: A Single Light, by Tosca Lee

Welcome to the sequel to The Line Between. It’ll be an exhilarating ride! Back in January, I had the opportunity to read and review the latest novel by Tosca Lee. I absolutely loved it, but there was one problem: I … Continue reading

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Review: The Undertaker’s Assistant, by Amanda Skenandore (with link to giveaway)

The Undertaker’s Assistant by Amanda Skenandore Publication Date: July 30, 2019 Kensington Publishing Corp. eBook & Paperback; 304 Pages Genre: Historical Fiction     Set during Reconstruction-era New Orleans, and with an extraordinary and unforgettable heroine at its heart, The … Continue reading

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Review: Gold Digger, by Rebecca Rosenberg (with link to giveaway)

Gold Digger by Rebecca Rosenberg Publication Date: May 28, 2019 Lion Heart Publishing eBook & Paperback; 312 Pages Genre: Fiction/Romance/Historical       One look at Baby Doe and you know she was meant to be a legend! She was … Continue reading

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Fiction Review: The Line Between, by Tosca Lee

Occasionally, I wonder what life must be like for former cult members who are experiencing the outside world for the first time. What goes through the mind when they come across people, situations, and things that directly contradict what they’ve … Continue reading

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Fiction Review: The Paragon Hotel, by Lyndsay Faye

How do you choose which book to read next? Do you choose something on a familiar theme, or do you step out of your comfort zone? There is safety in a certain genre or a familiar author: you know what … Continue reading

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Fiction Review: The Masterpiece, by Fiona Davis

I’ve wanted to read a Fiona Davis book since reading the premise of The Address, her second (and previous) book. The idea of a time slip novel set around The Dakota intrigued me, especially when combined with a fictional murder … Continue reading

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