Ghosts of the British Museum; powerful and fascinating non-fiction

I’ve only been to the British Museum once. It was about six years ago when I visited a friend for her birthday in London. Even though I like going to museums and art galleries, I…

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The London Bookshop Affair; a stunning Cold War novel

Wow! What an all-consuming novel The London Bookshop Affair is. I can’t stop thinking about the world of espionage inspired by true historical figures and events that bestselling author Louise Fein has created. This is…

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Blackmail in Bloomsbury; a brilliant new murder mystery

I love it when I hit on a fab new book series. Blackmail in Bloomsbury is the first book in a new classic murder mystery series set in the 1920s. I absolutely loved reading this…

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The Keeper of Hidden Books; brilliant wartime fiction

Inspired by true events in Warsaw during World War 2, The Keeper of Hidden Books is a truly powerful novel full of poignancy and love. It is heart wrenching and raw as it depicts the…

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The Continental Affair; alluring and steeped in suspense

Always a sucker for a bit of old-fashioned glamour, it was the stylish cover of The Continental Affair that initially attracted me to this novel. Although it definitely cannot be described as an Agatha Christie…

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