Tag Archives: 1930s

Interview with Drew Farthering!

Are you a fan of detective stories? I am. It started with series like The Famous Five and Trixie Beldon, moved on a bit to Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys in my pre-teen and early teen years, and then … Continue reading

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Death at Thorburn Hall (Julianna Deering) – Review

~ About the Book ~ The Fartherings’ Scottish Holiday Takes a Dark Turn  Drew Farthering arrives in idyllic Scotland for the 1935 British Open at Muirfield hoping for a relaxing holiday, but he soon finds a mystery on his hands. … Continue reading

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Murder on the Moor (Julianna Deering) – Review

~ About the Book ~ At the urgent request of an old school friend, Drew and Madeline Farthering come to Bloodworth Park Lodge in the midst of the Yorkshire moors, a place as moody and mysterious as a Brontë hero. … Continue reading

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Broken Ground (Karen Halvorsen Schreck) – Review

  Publisher’s Description Newly married to her childhood sweetheart, twenty-one-year-old Ruth Warren is settling into life in a Depression-era, East Texas oil town. She’s making a home when she learns that her young husband, Charlie, has been killed in an … Continue reading

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Room For Hope (Kim Vogel Sawyer) – Review

  Publisher’s Description In a desperate time, can Neva find forgiveness for a grievous wrong—and make room for hope? Neva Shilling has a heavy load of responsibility while her husband travels to neighboring communities and sells items from his wagon. … Continue reading

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