V for Victory by Lissa Evans #BookReview

It’s late 1944. Hitler’s rockets are slamming down on London with vicious regularity and it’s the coldest winter in living memory. Allied victory is on its way, but it’s bloody well dragging its feet. In a large house next to Hampstead Heath, Vee Sedge is just about scraping by, with a herd of lodgers toContinue reading “V for Victory by Lissa Evans #BookReview”

The Wrecking Storm (Thomas Tallant Mysteries Book 2) by Michael Ward #FridayReads

1641.  London. The poisonous dispute pushing King Charles and Parliament towards Civil War is reaching the point of no return. Law and order in the city are collapsing as Puritan radicals demand more concessions from the King. Bishops and lords are attacked in the streets as the Apprentice Boys run amok. Criminal gangs use theContinue reading “The Wrecking Storm (Thomas Tallant Mysteries Book 2) by Michael Ward #FridayReads”

The Last Correspondent by Soraya M Lane

When journalist Ella Franks is unmasked as a woman writing under a male pseudonym, she loses her job. But having risked everything to write, she refuses to be silenced and leaps at the chance to become a correspondent in war-torn France. Already entrenched in the thoroughly male arena of war reporting is feisty American photojournalistContinue reading “The Last Correspondent by Soraya M Lane”

Letters to the Lost by Iona Grey #BookReview

1943, in the ruins of Blitzed London…  Stella Thorne and Dan Rosinski meet by chance and fall in love by accident. Theirs is a reluctant, unstoppable affair in which all the odds are stacked against them: she is newly married, and he is an American bomber pilot whose chance of survival is just one inContinue reading “Letters to the Lost by Iona Grey #BookReview”