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Remembrance: The Great War

“He and Phelps were stuck, literally, in the middle of a gun fight.”

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Thursday Book Review – REBEL

REBEL by Beverly Jenkins grabs you from the first page and doesn’t let you go until the last … I understand why Ms. Jenkins–better known as Ms. Bev–is considered one of the best Romance authors in the industry. She layers in history and family, and friendship and romance, with the grace, richness, delicacy, and devotion, …

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Review Wednesday: A Train In Winter

A Train In Winter is noted as a Toronto Star Best Book, and I couldn’t agree more. A biography that reads like fiction, A Train In Winter is a stark look into WWII’s Nazi occupation of Europe. It’s also a celebration of the courage, sacrifice, duty, and strength of a group of French women who …

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