Book review and interview: The Oblate’s Confession

The Oblate’s Confession

The Oblate's Confession
In full compliance with FTC Guidelines, I received this book for free in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was in no way compensated for this post as a reviewer, and the thoughts are my own.
Publication Date: December 2, 2014 Secant Publishing Formats: eBook, Hardcover

Genre: Historical Fiction

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As you may have seen in my post on my 2014 favorites, I chose The Oblate’s Confession as my favorite for the category Historical Fiction – in print. But this is not your usual historical novel, and reviewing it is a real challenge. Something in the synopsis really attracted me, and I’m glad I was allowed to be part of the tour to review it. This book is so rich and so spiritually nurturing, I’m really very happy to talk to you about it and have the privilege to interview the author even! Click to continue reading

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Book review and giveaway: The Unquiet Bones

The Unquiet Bones

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Publication Date:
November 27, 2014

Lion Fiction

Paperback; 256p

ISBN: 978-1-78264-030-1

Series: The Chronicles of Hugh de Singleton

Genre: Historical Mystery

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Brother Cadfael is one of my favorite Medieval heroes. Alas, Ellis Petters died in 1995, so there will not be any new book with him. But I think I found a very good replacement in The Chronicles of Hugh de Singleton.
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