Book Review for “The Wicked Redhead” by Beatriz Williams. There are two main characters in this book. Geneva (aka Ginger, aka Gin) Kelly, and Ella Gilbert. According to Goodreads, Ginger is “a smart-mouthed flapper from Appalachia, barely survived a run-in with her notorious bootlegger stepfather. She and Oliver Anson, a Prohibition agent she has inconveniently … Continue reading Finding Gin’s Fizz
Constructing a Criminal
Book review of "Becoming Bonnie" by Jenni L. Walsh. Although their story is well over 80 years old, Bonnie and Clyde are infamous celebrities to this day; and while most of the facts about their criminal endeavors are readily available, mystery still shrouds most of their lives from before their meeting. This is just the … Continue reading Constructing a Criminal
A Dazzling Dozen of Speakeasy Sisters
Book Review for "The Girls of the Kingfisher Club" by Genevieve Valentine. Every one of the 12 Hamilton sisters have been shuttered away from the world since the day they were born. With no boys as his heir, their father wants to make sure his girls stay unsullied until he can marry them off and … Continue reading A Dazzling Dozen of Speakeasy Sisters
Music to Soothe the TB Chest
Book Review for "A White Wind Blew" by James Markert. Wolfgang Pike is a driven man. From a young age, his father trained him in many musical instruments, hoping he would become a musician and composer. As Wolfgang grew, he dreamt of writing a symphony, but then he fell in love with the Catholic Church … Continue reading Music to Soothe the TB Chest
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