Wild Women and the Blues

Denny S. Bryce transports readers back in time to the Roaring Twenties in her new novel, Wild Women and the Blues. The past and present collide for a suspenseful story full of booze, jazz, crime, and discovery. In 2015, Sawyer Hayes is a young film student whose thesis on the 1920s filmmaker, Oscar Micheaux, was…

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Gods of Jade and Shadow

Living in a small town as a young adult can be stifling at a point in your life when you want nothing more than to explore yourself and the world. It is easy to daydream about what adventures await outside of town, but Casiopea makes a life-changing discovery right inside her grandfather’s home in Uukumil,…

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The Lost Apothecary

Synopsis In The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner, Caroline Parcewell embarks on an anniversary trip to London without her unfaithful husband. The historian is struggling to deal with his infidelity and turns to a research project to occupy her time and thoughts. She uncovers evidence in the unsolved Apothecary Murders that have been a mystery…

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American Spy by Lauren Wilkinson

General Review In the past year, I have been trying to expand my taste in books to different genres. I have not read a lot of historical fiction recently, but the synopsis caught my attention. What I found was a story that not only entertained me, but encouraged me to find out more information about…

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