The Lost Letters by Sarah Mitchell #BookReview #RBRT

 What if keeping your loved ones safe meant never seeing them again? Norfolk, 1940: Sylvia’s husband Howard has gone off to war, and she is struggling to raise her two children alone. Her only solace is her beach hut in Wells-Next-The-Sea, and her friendship with Connie, a woman she meets on the beach. The twoContinue reading “The Lost Letters by Sarah Mitchell #BookReview #RBRT”

Gift Horse by Jan Ruth #NewRelease #BookReview

 A time-slip novel about the choices women make, the healing power of horses, and the devastating consequences of human error. Imagine living eighteen years of your life around a mistake… Caroline Walker’s daughter suffers a horrific riding accident. Her distraught parents wonder if she’ll ever walk again, let alone ride. And when Mollie’s blood groupContinue reading “Gift Horse by Jan Ruth #NewRelease #BookReview”

Connectedness by Sandra Danby #BookReview

Justine Tree is a successful artist, about to be accepted into the Royal Academy.  But we meet her in her childhood home on the East Yorkshire coast, remembering her childhood, as she clears her mother’s home after her funeral. She remembers the encouragement of her parents and her early interest in the life of Picasso. Continue reading “Connectedness by Sandra Danby #BookReview”

Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz #FridayReads #BookReview

One for sorrow, Two for joy, Three for a girl, Four for a boy, Five for silver, Six for gold, Seven for a secret, Never to be told. Eight for a kiss, Nine for a wish, Ten for a bird, You must not miss. Magpie Murders is a book within a book.  There is aContinue reading “Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz #FridayReads #BookReview”