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Murder at Mallowan Hall

Book Review Murder at Mallowan Hall by Colleen Cambridge “What I feel is that if one has got to have a murder actually happening in one’s house, one might as well enjoy it, if you know what I mean.” — Agatha Christie, The Body in the Library If you’ve been hanging around The 52 Book …

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The Lines Between Us

Book Review The Lines Between Us by Amy Lynn Green In January, I had the privilege of reading Amy Lynn Green’s debut novel, Things We Didn’t Say, and I adored it! (You can see my review for that book here! Trust me. You don’t want to miss it either!) Needless to say, this new novel …

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October 2021 Mini-Challenge

Our October 2021 Mini-Challenge is here! We have three brand new prompts — perfect for all the spooky and thrilling reads you’d set aside for this month. Don’t like scary reads? That’s okay! Feel free to interpret these prompts as creatively you like. Romance reads or thrillers, non-fiction or horror, it’s all up to you! …

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The Woman At The Front

Book Review The Woman at the Front by Lecia Cornwall About The Woman at the Front: When Eleanor Atherton graduates from medical school near the top of her class in 1917, she dreams of going overseas to help the wounded, but her ambition is thwarted at every turn. Eleanor’s parents insist she must give up …

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All The Little Hopes

Book Review All the Little Hopes by Leah Weiss From the acclaimed author of If the Creek Don’t Rise comes a Southern story of friendship forged by books and bees. Set during WWII in North Carolina, All the Little Hopes is a stunning coming-of-age novel. Following the thirteen-year-old characters of Lucy Brown and Allie Bert Tucker, this …

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The Child of Auschwitz

Book Review The Child of Auschwitz by Lily Graham About The Child of Auschwitz: (From the publisher) It is 1942 and Eva Adami has boarded a train to Auschwitz. Barely able to breathe due to the press of bodies and exhausted from standing up for two days, she can think only of her longed-for reunion …

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Denial

Book Review Denial by Beverley McLachlin Not only is she the first woman to ever hold the role of Chief Justice of Canada, but the Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin is also a novelist to watch for! Having read her memoir, “Truth Be Told,” I was very excited to receive an advance copy of her new …

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Giveaway: Forever Young

GIVEAWAY Forever Young by Hayley Mills**Giveaway open to Canadian or US residents** I remember the first time I ever watched Hayley Mills on screen. My parents had gone out for the evening and the babysitter had brought over the movie Pollyanna to watch. It was an instant hit with my six-year-old heart. Whenever the babysitter …

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