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The Redgrave Murders

The_Redgrave_Murders_COVER    Evie Hampton is no stranger to death- her mother’s loss to cancer and her brother’s life to a WW2 battle- but when her father is murdered and series of dangerous events happen her world is turned upside down. Who could be behind these things? An angered student or client? Evie’s troubled boyfriend? Or someone from the past? Evie is determined to find the murderer but the closer she gets to the truth the more determined the murderer is to silence her.

This story gave me vibes of Nancy Drew meets film noir. A classic Whodunit filled with a list of suspects with motives. As one person states in the story, everyone has secrets. The question is, which secrets are deadly?

I enjoyed this story and had fun being part of the review team for it. Thank you to A.L. Sowards and Netgalley for the review copy of the book.


*I received this book free from Netgalley and the author in exchange for my honest review. What I have expressed are my own thoughts and I was not compensated in any monetary way*

Book Review, Books and Reading, Uncategorized

When Tides Turn book review

6aecc4b82a42f8cb87e4aabb6bb83579    Tess Beaumont joins the Navy’s newly established WAVES program for women. (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service), hoping to convince people there is more to her than just a pretty face. Lt. Dan Amery is a determined man, focused on his job and doing his part in the war. The last thing he wants is a distraction named Tess. However, when she needs help rooting out a possible spy, how can he say no?

I have always enjoyed Sarah Sundin’s stories and as with the other books, I was looking forward to reading this one. I love how Ms. Sundin takes true events and weaves them into a novel. I always learn something new (to me) while reading her books. This ne is no different. I did not know about the WAVES program until this book. She makes history come to life.

*I received this book free from Revell in exchange for my honest review. What I have expressed are entirely my own thoughts.*