It's hard to place a label on Sian Ann Bessey's latest novel, The Noble Smuggler. It's Historical, takes place during the Regency period, presents an exciting Mystery, and is a sweet Romance. It's also well written and a delightful page turner.
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The sequel to Dean Hughes' "Muddy: Where Faith and Polygamy Collide" keeps the reader turning pages and offers fascinating insights into the experience of the early Latter-day Saint settlements in the west.
Ordinarily I only review fiction, but once in a while I step outside the box to introduce readers to a non-fiction book that catches my attention, one I think will be of interest to fiction readers as well as to general interest readers. Pioneering the Vote by Neylan McBaine is that kind of book.
During this era of quarantines and worry over a world-wide epidemic might be a good time for a little distraction. Two Mystery/Suspense novels with a European flair that will entertain and distract are Royal Heir by Traci Hunter Abramson and Deadly by Design by Paige Edwards.
Suspense lovers are going to enjoy these two suspense novels. Pitfall by Clair M. Poulson grabs our attention and our hearts from the first page with the introduction of a major character, a child orphaned before his second birthday. Out By Night continues the adventures of Frank Sawyer, a wanderer, who doesn't lack adventure, but seems to have serious commitment problems.