The Lake House by Kate Morton

The Lake house contains all the ingredients I have come to expect in a novel by Kate Morton: mystery, action in different eras, a beautiful house in Cornwall and more than one complex female protagonist. The core story is of the Edevane family who lived in Leoanneth, a large house by a lake in Cornwall,Continue reading “The Lake House by Kate Morton”

#FridayFiveChallenge

This fun feature is a mini workshop invented by Rosie Amber. We look at book covers just from their thumbnail pictures at online book selling sites and make quick fire buying decisions. We look from a READER’S Point of View and this exercise is very REVEALING. To join in with the #FridayFiveChallenge please read theContinue reading “#FridayFiveChallenge”

The Code for Killing by William Savage #RBRT

  The Code for Killing opens on a damp miserable day in 18th century Norfolk, where young Dr Adam Bascom is in a foul mood.  Fed up with traipsing through the muddy tracks to visit cantankerous wealthy patients, who are reluctant to pay his bills, he is in need of a change and perhaps someContinue reading “The Code for Killing by William Savage #RBRT”

The Virgin of the Wind Rose by Glen Craney

The Virgin of the Wind Rose grips you in its teeth and whirls you through history and around the world. As soon as State Department employee, Jaq Quartermane, is told of the tragic death of her fiancé in Ethiopia she is dragged into a terrifying investigation rooted in the tales of the Knight Templars and theContinue reading “The Virgin of the Wind Rose by Glen Craney”