Category Archives: 1920’s

Brimstone by Cherie Priest

Categories: 1920's, 2 butterflies, adult, Cherie Priest, fluttering thoughts, historical, netgalley, new adult, paranormal, psychic, RBR
Brimstone By Cherie Priest Editions: ebook, paperback Published: April 4th 2017 by Ace Books Genre: Adult Historical Paranormal Source: NetGalley In a Flutter: Lovely writing, but more-than-one-POV strikes again... In the trenches of Europe during the Great War, Tomas Cordero operated a weapon more devastating than any gun: a flame projector that doused the enemy in liquid fire. Having left the battlefield a shattered man, he comes home to find yet more tragedy for in his absence, his wife has died of the flu. Haunted by memories Read more [...]

You say either, we say either. But you say jelly, we’ll say jam by Charlie Cochrane & Giveaway

Categories: 1920's, adult, book tour, Cambridge Fellows series, Charlie Cochrane, giveaway, glbt, guest post, historical, hot romance, m/m, mystery, romance
Lessons for Sleeping Dogs (Cambridge Fellows #12) By Charlie Cochrane Editions: ebook, paperback Published: October 12th 2015 by Riptide Publishing Genre: Adult MxM Historical Romantic Mystery Cambridge, 1921 When amateur sleuth Jonty Stewart comes home with a new case to investigate, his partner Orlando Coppersmith always feels his day has been made. Although, can there be anything to solve in the apparent mercy killing of a disabled man by a doctor who then kills himself, especially when everything takes place in a locked room? But Read more [...]

The Monogram Murders by Sophie Hannah, Agatha Christie

Categories: 1920's, 3 butterflies, adult, Agatha Christie, Hercule Poirot Series, historical, mystery, review, ROMR, Sophie Hannah
The Monogram Murders (Hercule Poirot Series #43) By Sophie Hannah, Agatha Christie Editions: audiobook, ebook, hardcover, paperback Published: September 9th 2014 by William Morrow Genre: Adult Historical Mystery Disclaimer: I was hired by a publisher in my country to translate The Monogram Murders into my first language. Source: own copy In a Flutter: Interesting experiment, but I didn't fall in love with it... ‘I’m a dead woman, or I shall be soon…’ Hercule Poirot's quiet supper in a London coffeehouse is interrupted Read more [...]