The Garden of Lost and Found by Harriet Evans #BookReview #SundayBlogShare

“The future is yet unwritten; the past is burnt and gone” This is a story across four generations of the happiness and suffering of the women who came to live in Nightingale House.  Initially we meet Liddy and her artist husband Ned Horner living in the house she had inherited from her mother.  They seemContinue reading “The Garden of Lost and Found by Harriet Evans #BookReview #SundayBlogShare”

The Woman at the Light by Joanna Brady #FridayReads #BookReview

One afternoon in 1839, Emily Lowry’s husband vanishes from Wreckers’ Cay, an isolated island off the coast of Key West where he tends to the lighthouse. As days stretch into months, Emily has no choice but take charge of Wrecker’s Cay and her husband’s duties tending the light to support her three children, and aContinue reading “The Woman at the Light by Joanna Brady #FridayReads #BookReview”

Last Child by Terry Tyler

After the tremendous success of Terry Tyler’s, “Kings and Queens,” set in recent times but based on the Tudor court of Henry VIII, its follow up, “Last Child,” was a treat I was looking forward to. And it doesn’t disappoint. At the beginning of the novel we find orphaned Isabella, Erin and Jasper, the modernContinue reading “Last Child by Terry Tyler”

Kings and Queens by Terry Tyler

Despite having already discovered that Terry Tyler is an excellent novelist I had a slight resistance to reading “Kings and Queens.” The idea of a contemporary parallel to the life of Tudor King Henry VIII was superb, but could it be achieved without too much awkwardly contrived plotting? Yes! All the significant players in theContinue reading “Kings and Queens by Terry Tyler”