Category: blog tour

Be Frank With Me by Julia Claiborne Johnson

Be Frank With Me by Julia Claiborne Johnson William Morrow Paperbacks September 6, 2016 309 Pages   Alice was a not-so-recent graduate who majored in accounting, but had been working in a number of different non-accounting jobs before fully committing to the profession. She was working in New York city for Mr. Vargas, an editor, at…

Journey to Munich by Jacqueline Winspear (A Maisie Dobbs Novel)

Journey to Munich  by Jacqueline Winspear March 29, 2016 HarperCollins Publishers 309 Pages From the Publisher: It’s early 1938, and Maisie Dobbs is back in England. On a fine yet chilly morning, as she walks towards Fitzroy Square—a place of many memories—she is intercepted by Brian Huntley and Robert MacFarlane of the Secret Service. The…

The Beautiful Possible by Amy Gottlieb

The Beautiful Possible by Amy Gottlieb Harper Perennial February 16, 2016 336 Pages Welcome to the second to the last stop for The Beautiful Possible blog book tour! Reading The Beautiful Possible was pure literary pleasure. I find believing that this novel is Amy Gottlieb’s first book published very difficult. I envision The Beautiful Possible winning…

Moonlight Over Paris by Jennifer Robson

Moonlight Over Paris by Jennifer Robson William Morrow January 19, 2015 352 pages Lady Helena, daughter of London aristocrats, almost loses her life due to scarlet fever. She survives and promises herself that she will live a more full life than before. Unfortunately, her fellow aristocratic fiancé broke off their engagement when he returned from the…

Mendocino Fire by Elizabeth Tallent

Mendocino Fire: Stories by Elizabeth Tallent October 20, 2015 Harper 272 pages Mendocino Fire: Stories is a book of short stories by writer Elizabeth Tallent. Previously Tallent has written four other books: three other collections of short stories and one novel. Her last collection of short stories was published 20 years ago. Tallent has taught…

Murder Run by Shelly Frome

Murder Run by Shelly Frome Sunbury Press, Inc. August 15, 2015 244 pages Murder Run by Shelly Frome was a quick read for me as I finished in a couple of days. It held my attention because I just had to know what really happened, but I was never emotionally involved with the characters except…