Book Review: The Rabbit Girls – Anna Ellory

Synopsis: Berlin, 1989. As the wall between East and West falls, Miriam Winter cares for her dying father, Henryk. When he cries out for someone named Frieda – and Miriam discovers an Auschwitz tattoo hidden under his watch strap – Henryk’s secret history begins to unravel. Searching for more clues of her father’s past, Miriam... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Way Of All Flesh – Ambrose Parry

Synopsis: In the city's Old Town a number of young women have been found dead, all having suffered similarly gruesome ends. Across the city in the New Town, medical student Will Raven is about to start his apprenticeship with the brilliant and renowned Dr Simpson. Simpson's patients range from the richest to the poorest of... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Malinovsky Papers – Hannah Jones

Blurb: Over a nineteen day period in June 1987, Professor Nicholas Malinovsky interviewed a dying Russian emigre in his apartment in Brighton Beach. What Malinovsky learned during those nineteen days - about the Russian Revolution, the House of Special Purpose in Ekaterinburg and, most importantly, what happened to the two youngest Romanov family members - shattered... Continue Reading →

Top 5 Tuesday – Book Quotes

It’s Tuesday again, which means that it’s time for Top 5 Tuesday. Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Shanah over at Bionic Book Worm. This week the topic is 'Top 5 Quotes', which I’m really happy about because I’m a sucker for a good quote. I’m always noting down good quotes as I read, so... Continue Reading →

New York – Edward Rutherford

★★★ New York will be one of those cities that will always fascinate me. Which is why I picked this book up at a charity shop. However, I feel that this book would have been better as a series. That way Edward Rutherford could have concentrated more on character development as this is something I... Continue Reading →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑