Book Review for “When We Had Wings” by Ariel Lawhon, Kristina McMorris, and Susan Meissner. Summary: The Philippines, 1941. When U.S. Navy nurse Eleanor Lindstrom, U.S. Army nurse Penny Franklin, and Filipina nurse Lita Capel forge a friendship at the Army Navy Club in Manila, they believe they’re living a paradise assignment. All three are … Continue reading Trifecta of Terror.
Month: October 2022
TCL’s #DNF Friday #12 – The Con with No Pros.
Why I can't write a Book Review for “The Patron Saint of Second Chances” by Christine Simon. Summary: Vacuum repairman and self-appointed mayor of Prometto, Italy (population 212) Signor Speranza has a problem. He needs 70,000 euros to fix the village pipes, or the water commission will shut off the water, and residents will disperse. … Continue reading TCL’s #DNF Friday #12 – The Con with No Pros.
TCL’s Tell Me Something Tuesday #TMST #2 & #LetsDiscuss2022 #15 – October 25, 2022 – Halloween Edition.
TMST is a weekly meme with optional participation hosted by Jen Twimom @ That's What I'm Talking About. There isn't a check in and she doesn't have a linky (although you'll find one at the bottom of this post for #LetsDiscuss2022, that also has a giveaway raffle). She does encourage you to leave a link … Continue reading TCL’s Tell Me Something Tuesday #TMST #2 & #LetsDiscuss2022 #15 – October 25, 2022 – Halloween Edition.
#ShortStorySunday – Sleights of Words.
Book Review for “Good Bones” by Margaret Atwood. Summary: "In Good Bones, first published in 1992, Margaret Atwood has fashioned an enthralling collection of parable, monologue, mini-romance and mini-biography, speculative fiction, prose lyric, outrageous recipe and reconfigured fairy tale, demonstrating yet again the play of an unerring wit overseen by a panoramic intelligence. Good Bones … Continue reading #ShortStorySunday – Sleights of Words.
#CCSpin 31 Review – Genteel Amazonians.
Book Review for “Cranford” by Elizabeth Gaskell. Summary: "Welcome to Cranford, where everyone knows one another and a cow wears pajamas. It’s a community built on friendship and kindness, where women hold court and most of the houses—and men—are rarely seen. Two colorful spinster sisters at the heart of Cranford, Miss Matty and Miss Deborah … Continue reading #CCSpin 31 Review – Genteel Amazonians.
Looking Through the Glass.
Book Review for “The Color of Ice” by Barbara Linn Probst. Summary: "Cathryn McAllister, a freelance photographer, travels to Iceland for a photo shoot with an enigmatic artist who wants to capture the country's iconic blue icebergs in glass. Her plan is to head out, when the job is done, on a carefully curated "best … Continue reading Looking Through the Glass.
Under and Over Painting.
Book Review for “The Marriage Portrait” by Maggie O'Farrell. Summary: "In the winter of 1561, Lucrezia, Duchess of Ferrara, is taken on an unexpected visit to a country villa by her husband, Alfonso. As they sit down to dinner in the icy hall it occurs to Lucrezia that Alfonso has a sinister purpose in bringing … Continue reading Under and Over Painting.
Charming, Mysterious Romance.
Book Review for “To Capture His Heart” by Nancy Campbell Allen. Summary: "Eva Caldwell is an accomplished and well-known photographer who often works with the local constabulary to assist in documenting crime scenes, which means she also often works alongside the handsome and charming detective, Nathan Winston. She appreciates his intellect and how he treats … Continue reading Charming, Mysterious Romance.
TCL’s 2nd WWW Wednesday – October 12, 2022.
The WWW Wednesday meme This meme was formerly hosted by MizB at A Daily Rhythm and was revived by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words and is a great way to do an update on your reading and plans. I know lots of people do this one every week, but my being such … Continue reading TCL’s 2nd WWW Wednesday – October 12, 2022.
Book Review for “In the Shadow of a Queen” by Heather B. Moore. Summary: "Princess Louise’s life is upended after her father’s untimely death. Captive to the queen’s overwhelming mourning, Louise is forbidden to leave her mother’s tight circle of control and is eventually relegated to the position of personal secretary to her mother—the same … Continue reading Royal Artistry.
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