A Murder in Mayfair: Miss Hart and Miss Hunter Investigate #4 by Celina Grace #NewRelease #TuesdayBookBlog

It is 1936. Undercook Joan Hart and lady’s maid Verity Hunter are back in London after a long stay in the country. The capital is fraught and unsettled. Protests and riots are taking place regularly, fascism is on the rise and trouble in Europe is brewing, but the girls are still thrilled to be backContinue reading “A Murder in Mayfair: Miss Hart and Miss Hunter Investigate #4 by Celina Grace #NewRelease #TuesdayBookBlog”

The Midnight House by Amanda Geard #TuesdayBookBlog #HistFic #Mystery

People disappear. Secrets remain . . . 1940: In south-west Ireland, the young and beautiful Lady Charlotte Rathmore is pronounced dead after she mysteriously disappears by the lake of Blackwater Hall. In London, on the brink of the Blitz, Nancy Rathmore is grieving Charlotte’s death when a letter arrives containing a secret that she isContinue reading “The Midnight House by Amanda Geard #TuesdayBookBlog #HistFic #Mystery”

The Winter Garden by Nicola Cornick #TuesdayBookBlog #DualTime #BookReview

Remember, remember, the fifth of November… 1605: Anne Catesby fears for her family. Her son, the darkly charismatic Robert, is secretly plotting to kill the King, placing his wife and child in grave danger. Anne must make a terrible choice: betray her only child, or risk her family’s future. Present day: When her dreams ofContinue reading “The Winter Garden by Nicola Cornick #TuesdayBookBlog #DualTime #BookReview”

Stardust in Nuala (The Inspector de Silva Mysteries Book 12) by Harriet Steel #RBRT #TuesdayBookBlog

A celebrated Indian film company comes to Nuala, sprinkling its stardust over the quiet little town and keeping Inspector de Silva busy. With the end of the visit at last in sight, he looks forward to returning to a more peaceful existence, but a sudden death dashes his hopes. With Jane’s help and that ofContinue reading “Stardust in Nuala (The Inspector de Silva Mysteries Book 12) by Harriet Steel #RBRT #TuesdayBookBlog”