Tag Archives: WWII

The Heart Mender, a Review

The Heart Mender–a gripping story of a woman whose husband was killed by Nazis during WWII and the Nazi who washed up on her beach on the Gulf of Mexico in Alabama–is based on actual events. The story itself is … Continue reading

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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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