Oh, Rowly, here you are – Book review for NetGalley – A Few Right Thinking Men (Rowland Sinclair #1) by Sulari Gentill

 A Few Right Thinking Men Rowland Sinclair is an artist and a gentleman. In Australia’s 1930s the Sinclair name is respectable and influential, yet Rowland has a talent for scandal. Even with thousands of unemployed lining the streets, Rowland’s sheltered world is one of exorbitant wealth, culture and impeccable tailoring. He relies on the Sinclair … More Oh, Rowly, here you are – Book review for NetGalley – A Few Right Thinking Men (Rowland Sinclair #1) by Sulari Gentill

Consulting Detective Lady Frances – Book Review for NetGalley – Death at the Emerald by R.J.Koreto

 Death at the Emerald An elderly family friend commissions Frances to find Helen, a stunningly beautiful actress who vanished 30 years ago. Taking on the role of the Lady Sherlock, with her loyal maid Mallow drafted as her Watson, Frances immerses herself in the glamorous world of Edwardian theater and London’s latest craze—motion pictures. Frances’ … More Consulting Detective Lady Frances – Book Review for NetGalley – Death at the Emerald by R.J.Koreto

Sasha Torte has found a best friend – Book Review for NetGalley – She Be Damned by M.J.Tija

She Be Damned London, 1863: prostitutes in Waterloo area are turning up dead, their sexual organs mutilated and removed. When another girl goes missing, fears grow that the killer may have claimed their latest victim. The police are at a loss and so it falls to courtesan and professional detective Heloise Chancey to investigate. With … More Sasha Torte has found a best friend – Book Review for NetGalley – She Be Damned by M.J.Tija

In the name of the Queen, Pirate Queen – Inish Clare (Pirate Queen #2) by Jennifer Rose McMahon – Book review for NetGalley

 Inish Clare Cursed by haunting visions of the notorious pirate queen, Maeve must risk her life in a race against a soon-expiring ancient pact. Nineteen-year-old Maeve O’Malley returns to Ireland with the medieval relics that could prove her clan’s rights to the land and its treasures. If only she knew who to trust with the … More In the name of the Queen, Pirate Queen – Inish Clare (Pirate Queen #2) by Jennifer Rose McMahon – Book review for NetGalley

And they lived… – 19 Souls by J.D.Allen – Book Review for NetGalley

 19 Soul Private Investigator Jim Bean is a straightforward, to-the-point man. When his latest client, Sophie Evers, asks him to find her brother Daniel, Jim has no idea how complicated his life is about to become. Daniel is not Sophie’s brother. He is her most coveted prey. Clinging to the belief that they belong together, … More And they lived… – 19 Souls by J.D.Allen – Book Review for NetGalley

Way too good to be true – Book Review for NetGalley – Kissing Hollywood by Monica Collier

//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({ google_ad_client: “ca-pub-3950177716134299”, enable_page_level_ads: true });   Alexandria Casey, thirty-five, just had a reality check. Life didn’t go as she expected once she said ‘I do.’ After her divorce, Alex meets someone new. He’s twenty-eight, British, a television star, and determined to make her notice him. She would rather hide … More Way too good to be true – Book Review for NetGalley – Kissing Hollywood by Monica Collier

How many lessons? – Book Review for NetGalley – Nine Lessons by Nicola Upson (Josephine Tey #7)

 Nine Lessons Called to the peaceful wooded churchyard of St-John’s-at-Hampstead, Detective Chief Inspector Archie Penrose faces one of the most audacious and unusual murders of his career. The body of the church’s organist is found in an opened grave, together with a photograph of a manor house and a cryptic note. The image leads Archie … More How many lessons? – Book Review for NetGalley – Nine Lessons by Nicola Upson (Josephine Tey #7)