Tag Archives: WWII

Carlotta’s Legacy

Rebecca Lewis moves from a rich lifestyle in the USA to a rich lifestyle on an Italian villa—what can be more glamorous? Well, considering the reason she moved from one lifestyle to another, just about anything. Carlotta’s Legacy, by Betty Thomason … Continue reading

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Lightning on a Quiet Night: a review

Donn Taylor is one of my favorite mystery writers, and he won me over again with Lightning on a Quiet Night.  In the years following WWII, Lisa Kemper moves to the tiny town of Beneficent, Mississippi with her widower father, … Continue reading

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Pen-L Publishing

One of my favorite experiences from this past weekend at the Bridge to Publication Conference was meeting the owners of this promising, two-year-old publishing house. What’s fun about the name of the company is that it tells you how to … Continue reading

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Dianne Price and Broken Wings

PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Dianne, born in August 1933, lived joyfully despite dealing with terminal cancer and died in August 2013, a mere week before the release date for the first book of this series, Broken Wings. Everyone involved with the production … Continue reading

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