Two new novels from different times and places will appeal to different readers. "Wrong Place Wrong Time" by E. James Harrison is a suspenseful mystery while "Love in Disguise" by Anneka R. Walker is a classic Regency.
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These two Historical novels are both set in America in the 1800s, one at the beginning of the century and the other toward the end. They are also set over two thousand miles apart. They both deal with tragedies causing deep emotional pain and personal strength and determination.
Most readers enjoy a bit of romance in the stories they read and in recent years readers who want stories that are primarily romantic without erotica have turned to the Regency period, that era in England when England was ruled by a prince regent, the second decade of the 1800s. Today's column includes three Regency novels.
Spies, intrigue, and suspense are long time favorites of readers. There's nothing else quite like sitting in a comfy chair snuggled before the fireplace with a tale of mystery and suspense in your hands---especially on a rainy, stormy day. Here are three such stories that are the perfect thing for these days of spring showers.
I read a lot of books. Most, but not all, are targeted for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Some I like. Some are a silly waste of time. The ones I review for this column are the ones I enjoy enough to recommend to others. Once in awhile I find a book I think is particularly exceptional. These two memorable, top notch books are a couple of my personal faves!