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The Last Party Giveaway

Book Giveaway The Last Party by Clare MackintoshGenre: Thriller | Mystery| Fiction Clare Mackintosh has long been one of my go-to authors, and I couldn’t be more excited to share that we have teamed up with Sourcebooks to give away a copy of The Last Party! This book is the latest novel by Mackintosh — a thrilling new mystery perfect …

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The Banned Bookshop of Maggie Banks Giveaway

Book Giveaway The Banned Bookshop of Maggie Banks by Shauna RobinsonGenre: Romance | Fiction | Contemporary Today’s giveaway is brought to you by Sourcebooks — an independent publisher with an incredible lineup of books, including this brand new novel, The Banned Bookshop of Maggie Banks by Shauna Robinson. Earlier this year, Shauna released her debut novel, Must Love Books. And …

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The Marlow Murder Club Giveaway

Book Giveaway The Marlow Murder Club by Robert ThorogoodGenre: Mystery | Fiction | Cozy Mystery We are so excited to have teamed up with Sourcebooks (an independent publisher outside of Chicago) to give away a copy of The Marlow Murder Club by Robert Thorogood! This is the first book in the Marlow Murder Club series — a cozy, twisty, murder …

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A Trace of Poison

Book Review A Trace of Poison by Colleen Cambridge “The truth, however ugly in itself, is always curious and beautiful to seekers after it.” — Agatha Christie Reader’s Thoughts: When I first saw that there was a cozy mystery series being released about Agatha Christie’s fictional, murder-solving housekeeper, I was all in! The first in the series, Murder at Mallowan …

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Cradles of the Reich

Book Review Cradles of the Reich by Jennifer Coburn Reader’s Thoughts: The first time I heard of “Lebensborn” was while watching an episode of The Man in the High Castle. (Funnily enough, this is mentioned in the author’s note as Coburn’s experience as well!) So when I read the premise for this new novel, Cradles of the Reich, I was …

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The Invincible Miss Cust

Book Review The Invincible Miss Cust by Penny Haw The year 2022 marks the centenary of Aleen Cust’s (the first female veterinary surgeon to be recognized by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons) finally receiving her diploma. The pre-printed “Mr.” on it had been struck out and “Miss” added by hand. In The Invincible Miss Cust, author Penny Haw, shares …

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The Ways We Hide

Book Review The Ways We Hide by Kristina McMorris As a child, Fenna is caught up in a Christmas Eve disaster (based on the Italian Hall Disaster of 1913.) Traumatized by this horrific event, she turns to magic and the art of illusion to help her process. Yet, her work as an escape artist soon attracts the attention of British …

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For Those Who Are Lost

Book Review For Those Who Are Lost by Julia Bryan Thomas The Island of Guernsey, 1940. Parents are faced with a heartbreaking decision: send their children away to England alone, or risk the inevitable Nazis invasion and all that it may hold. This heart-breaking and emotional read touches upon the long-lasting effects of war and the split-second decisions that can …

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The Physicists’ Daughter

Book Review The Physicists’ Daughter by Mary Anna Evans Reader’s Thoughts: This book has been sitting on my shelf for a couple of months now. The premise described everything I love in a historical mystery and I was saving it for just the right moment. A strong female lead, unlikely detective, WWII setting, sabotage, espionage… what’s not to love? First …

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The Surgeon’s Daughter

Book Review The Surgeon’s Daughter by Audrey Blake Ready for one of my most anticipated reads of 2022? The Surgeon’s Daughter is the follow-up novel to The Girl in His Shadow (which was one of my favorite reads from 2021!) Last year, I completely fell in love with this moving and inspirational story, and I wasn’t ready to part ways …

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