Black As She’s Painted by William Savage #FridayReads #BookReview

An Ashmole Foxe Georgian Mystery This is the fifth Ashmole Foxe Georgian mystery but only the second I have read.  William Savage is the authentic voice of Georgian Norfolk and the reader soon feels quite at home wandering the streets of Norwich with the finely dressed, eccentric, Ashmole Foxe. My personal fondness is for DrContinue reading “Black As She’s Painted by William Savage #FridayReads #BookReview”

The Music of the Spheres by Elizabeth Redfern #TuesdayBookBlog #BookReview

Book Blurb London, the summer of 1795: a season of revolutionary fervour, scientific discovery and vicious murders. The British government is in disarray, unable to stem the flood of secrets to Paris; betrayals that doom her war efforts to failure. In rural Kensington a group of French emigr-s are pursuing a scientific dream, the discoveryContinue reading “The Music of the Spheres by Elizabeth Redfern #TuesdayBookBlog #BookReview”

A Tincture of Secrets and Lies by William Savage #TuesdayBookBlog #RBRT

  The fourth book of investigations by Dr Adam Bascom begins dramatically when he falls from his horse one dark evening, near to the site of a young woman’s murder.  Finding himself incapacitated, Adam seeks the help of young Charles Scudamore, nephew of the entrancing Lady Alice Fouchard, to follow leads in this investigation asContinue reading “A Tincture of Secrets and Lies by William Savage #TuesdayBookBlog #RBRT”

A Shortcut to Murder by William Savage #bookreview

This was my third foray into the world of young Doctor Adam Bascom and I feel quite at home now in rural, Georgian Norfolk. Although suitable to read as a stand-alone novel, loyal followers of his earlier adventures will understand the distress he is causing to his erstwhile admirer, Sophia LaSalle, by constantly visiting theContinue reading “A Shortcut to Murder by William Savage #bookreview”