Monthly Archives: March 2015

Passion

Claude and Camille: a novel of Monet, is a love story by Stephanie Cowell. This is a beautifully written novel about Monet and his passion not only for his art, but for his wife and muse, Camille. I have many books … Continue reading

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Holmes Resurrected

Sherlock Holmes the Missing Years: Japan by Vasudev Murthy is a refreshing new Holmes mystery. Narrated by the ever faithful sidekick, Dr. Watson, the mystery begins with an ominous letter written in Sherlock Holmes handwriting instructing Watson to make haste … Continue reading

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Changeling

Black Diamonds by Catherine Bailey is a well-researched novel based on the Fitzwilliam family in England. the Fitzwilliams were wealthy land owners who made their fortune on the backs of others who mined coal deep beneath the land owned by … Continue reading

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Ogres & Dragons & Knights! Oh My!

The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro is a magical novel which took me by surprise. I loved every minute of reading it. The story transports us to a time soon after the reign of the legendary King Arthur. It is … Continue reading

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