Tag Archives: World War I

Breaking the Rules

The Brave Escape of Edith Wharton: A Biography by Connie N. Wooldridge is a YA book, but due to its content, I’m a bit surprised. I found this at a library book sale and brought it home because I’ve read and … Continue reading

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Child of the Mountains

Sergeant York, An American Hero by David D. Lee has been on my list of books to read for years! Many of you may be familiar with the 1940’s movie based on the life of the highly decorated World War I … Continue reading

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Luck

Last Bus to Wisdom by Ivan Doig is a wonderful coming of age story about an eleven-year-old boy named Donal who lives with his grandmother on a Montana ranch. In need of an operation, Donal’s grandmother packs her old wicker … Continue reading

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Letters Across the Pond

Last Christmas in Paris by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb is a new novel and the last of my holiday reading. The title however, is deceptive. This is a love story about a group of friends and family and their … Continue reading

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License, Lovers, and Lies

The Secret Rooms by Catherine Bailey is an amazing true story about the 9th Duke of Rutland’s hidden past. The novel came into being when the author stumbled on a mystery while conducting research for a book about World War … Continue reading

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