Tag Archives: post-war

Until We Can Forgive by Rosemary Goodacre

Spring 1919: WWI is over and a fragile peace has descended over the country. Now living in Cambridge with husband Edmond, Amy Derwent is settling into her new life as wife and mother to little Beth. But try as she might, the shadow … Continue reading

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Blog Tour: Gorgito’s Ice Rink by Elizabeth Ducie

Two small boys grieving for lost sisters — torn between family and other loves. Can keeping a new promise make up for breaking an old one? When Gorgito Tabatadze sees his sister run off with a soldier, he is bereft. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Whatever Happened to Margo? by Margaret Durrell

In 1947, returning to the UK with two young children to support, Margaret Durrell starts a boarding house in Bournemouth. But any hopes of respectability are dashed as the tenants reveal themselves to be a host of eccentrics: from a … Continue reading

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Blog Tour: The Lost Girl by Carol Drinkwater

Since her teenage daughter went missing four years ago, Kurtiz Ross has blamed and isolated herself. Until, out of the blue, Lizzie is sighted in Paris. But within hours of her arrival, Kurtiz sees the City of Light plunged into … Continue reading

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Book Review: Tigers in Red Weather by Liza Klaussmann

At face value, Liza Klaussmann’s debut novel, Tigers in Red Weather, is a story of American post-war ennui and the effects that the altered values of wartime have on a family, but as the book progresses, it becomes a cleverly … Continue reading

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