Tag Archives: WWII Fiction

First Line Friday – 7 September 2018 – Hidden in the Stars (Melanie Dobson)

Welcome to First Line Friday, hosted by Hoarding Books! I just finished reading the book I’m sharing with you today: Hidden in the Stars by Melanie Dobson. And I have to say, it was completely spellbinding. This is a time-slip novel … Continue reading

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Hidden Among the Stars (Melanie Dobson) – Review + Giveaway

~ About the Book ~ From the award-winning author of Catching the Wind, which Publishers Weekly called “unforgettable” and a “must-read,” comes another gripping time-slip novel about hidden treasure, a castle, and ordinary people who resisted evil in their own extraordinary way. The … Continue reading

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Sons of Thunder (Susan May Warren) – Review

~ About the Book ~ Markos Stavros wants to be a man of honor… The last thing Markos Stavros expects on the eve of his brother’s wedding is to say goodbye to the land—and family–he loves. But a tragic event … Continue reading

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Grounded Hearts (Jeanne M. Dickson) – Review

  ~ About the Book ~ In the midst of World War II, Ireland has declared herself neutral. Troops found on Irish soil must be reported and interned, no matter which side they are fighting for. When midwife Nan O’Neil … Continue reading

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Bad Day for a Bombshell (Cindy Vincent) – Review

  Publisher’s Description: December 5th, 1941. Houston socialite, Tracy Truworth, is always on the lookout for something suspicious. Especially after growing up with her nose in the latest Katie McClue mystery novel, a series featuring a twenty-something female detective and … Continue reading

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Anchor in the Storm (Sarah Sundin) – Review

  Publisher’s Description Nothing slows Lillian Avery down–not her personal challenges and certainly not America’s entry into World War II. She finally has a chance to prove herself as a pharmacist in Boston. The demands of her new job energize … Continue reading

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The Cairo Code (Glenn Meade) – Review

  Once, Harry Weaver had a photograph taken of the three of them together, standing among the tombs in the scorching desert at Sakkara, the Step pyramid as a backdrop, all of them tanned and smiling for the camera, Rachel … Continue reading

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