The German Client by Bruno Morchio #BookReview #Kazabo #4.5*

Private investigator Bacci Pagano can’t resist taking the bait when his new client dangles a check with too many zeros. He should have known that where there’s bait, there’s always a hook.  In a hospital corridor, private investigator Bacci Pagano is keeping watch over Jasmìne Kilamba. If she lives, her testimony will shatter a  notorious human trafficking ring. Seemingly out of nowhere, he is approached … Continue reading The German Client by Bruno Morchio #BookReview #Kazabo #4.5*

Christmas with the Teashop Girls by Elaine Everest #BookReview #BlogTour #PanMacmillan #edpr #5*

Christmas with the Teashop Girls is a heartwarming and moving story of wartime love, bravery and hope, by the bestselling author of the Woolworths series, Elaine Everest. It is late 1940 and the war feels closer to home than ever for Rose Neville and her staff at the Lyon’s Teashop in Margate. The worry of rationing hangs overhead as the Nippies do their best to provide … Continue reading Christmas with the Teashop Girls by Elaine Everest #BookReview #BlogTour #PanMacmillan #edpr #5*

Blitz Spirit: Voices of Britain Living Through Crises, 1939-1945 by Becky Brown #BookReview #HodderandStoughton #NetGalley #4*

Throughout the Second World War hundreds of people kept diaries of their private daily lives as part of a groundbreaking national experiment. They were warehousemen and WRENs, soldiers and farmhands, housewives and journalists, united only by a desire to record the history they were living through. For decades their words have been held in the Mass-Observation Archive, a time capsule of ordinary voices that might … Continue reading Blitz Spirit: Voices of Britain Living Through Crises, 1939-1945 by Becky Brown #BookReview #HodderandStoughton #NetGalley #4*