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• What did you recently finish reading?
• What do you think you’ll read next?

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What are you currently reading?

Lies Told in Silence coverIn the middle of this awesome histfic set at the time of WWI.
This is for France Book Tours.
Be sure to visit the week of 9/15, there will be giveaways!
Review scheduled for 9/18

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What did you recently finish reading?

EdwinAnother great histfic,
received for review on HFVBT
scheduled for 9/15.
Set in England in the 7th century, a fascinating period!
Very well done, a biut like Bernard Cornwell

Debut historical fiction series
vividly recreating the rise of the Christian kings of Northumbria.
In 604 AD, Edwin, the deposed king of Northumbria,
seeks refuge at the court of King Raedwald of East Anglia.
But Raedwald is urged to kill his guest by Aethelfrith,
Edwin’s usurper.
As Edwin walks by the shore, alone and at bay,
he is confronted by a mysterious figure
–the missionary Paulinus
— who prophesies that he will become High King of Britain.
It is a turning point.
Through battles and astute political alliances Edwin rises to power, in the process marrying the Kentish princess Aethelburh.
As part of the marriage contract the princess is allowed to retain her Christian faith.
But, in these times, to be a king is not a recipe for a long life.

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What do you think you’ll read next?

Crossing the Line

Review scheduled end of September for France Book Tours.
Great mystery by a famous French female author of thrillers!

It’s Christmas in Paris and Chief of Police Nico Sirsky
has an uneasy feeling that something is very wrong
with the case he’s investigating.
He and his team of crack homicide detectives
follow the clues from an apparent suicide,
to an apparent accident,
to an all-out murder
as an intricate machination starts breaking down.
Just how far can despair push a man?
How clear is the line between good and evil?
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