Archives for the month of: August, 2019

#TuesdayBookBlog There She Goes by Lynne Shelby (@LynneB1) A light-hearted read recommended to lovers of rom-com, theatre, and London. – Hi all, I bring you a fun and light read, thanks once more to Rosie Amber, the heart of Rosie’s Book Review Team. There She Goes by Lynne Shelby ‘A delightful romantic read set amidst the drama, hopes and dreams of aspiring stage stars – a must for theatre lovers!’ – Grace Lowrie, author of Before We http://ow.ly/SzZG50vKw3N

#Bookreview Emperors of Rome: The Monsters: From Tiberius to Theodora, AD 14–548 (History of Terror) by Paul Chrystal (@penswordbooks). A great introductory read to some of the darkest figures in Roman History. http://ow.ly/nGsb50vJgLJ

#TuesdayBookBlog NINE PERFECT STRANGERS by Liane Moriarty (@PenguinRandomUK) Recommended to wellness retreats enthusiasts with a sense of humour – Hi all. I hope you’re enjoying the summer. Although this book takes place in January, that is Australian January, and somehow it feels like an appropriate read for summer. Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty THE SUNDAY TIMES NO. 1 BESTSELLER AND RICHARD & JUDY SPRING BOOK CLUB PICK, FROM THE AUTHOR BEHIND AWARD WINNI… http://ow.ly/7ogf50vCLl9

#BookReview Nursing Through the Years: Care and Compassion at the Royal London Hospital by Loretta B Bellman, Sue Boase, Sarah Rogers, Barbara Stuchfield A highly recommended journey through the last 80 years of nursing in a UK hospital. http://ow.ly/xpMO50vBvZB

#TuesdayBookBlog WINTER FLOWER by Charles Sheehan-Miles #RBRT A highly recommended tough and inspiring read – Hi all: I bring you another review of one of the books in Rosie’s team. Another great find. Winter Flower by Charles Sheehan-Miles This book is all about love, family, survival, acceptance and forgiveness… one big giant emotional rollercoaster ride Book Freak From the bestselling author of Just Remember to Breathe and The Last Hour, http://ow.ly/kc1b50vvUgC

#Bookreview Voices of the Second World War: A Child’s Perspective by Sheila A Renshaw (@penswordbooks). A must read for children and adults. – Hi all: I bring you another book by Pen & Sword, one that I know will interest many of you. Voices of the Second World War: A Child’s Perspective by Sheila A Renshaw Voices of the Second World War: A Child’s Perspective is a collection of firsthand accounts from people who experienced the Second World http://ow.ly/Mmv750vuYFO

#TuesdayBookBlog THE DEVIL IN THE DOCK: A BOWMAN OF THE YARD INVESTIGATION by Richard James(@RichardNJames). An exception to the rules about second parts #Victorianmystery – Hi all: I bring you the second book in a series I started reading recently, and I’m already a big fan of. The Devil in the Dock: a Bowman of the Yard Investigation by Richard James ‘Are there devils here?’ Considered a loose cannon, Detective Inspector George Bowman of Scotland Yard is despatche… http://ow.ly/W8rq50voYPf

#Bookreview The Undercover Nazi Hunter: Exposing Subterfuge and Unmasking Evil in Post-War Germany by Wolfe Frank. Ed by Paul Hooley (@penswordbooks) Anybody interested in post-WWII Germany and in Wolfe Frank should read this book. http://ow.ly/dPCg50vnoxc

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