Many stories have been written and told concerning the heroes of World War II and the aftermath of that devastating clash. "The Slow March of Light" by Heather B. Moore and "They Called Him Marvin" by Roger Stark are two compelling examples of such stories and the subject of my review today.
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With Brother Nibley, it was the work he published and taught that would have been the most important to him. Yet most of those who have read and studied him through the Collected Works, either never met him or really didn’t know much about the man behind the books. Until now.
It’s almost June and June is traditionally the time for romance, engagements, and weddings. Today’s reviews include Heart of the Enemy by Heidi L. McKusick which is billed as a Regency Mystery and A Torn Allegiance by Jen Geigle Johnson with its own hint of intrigue.
Some books educate the reader. Others merely entertain. Still others bore the reader to sleep. The books I chose to review today are ones that encourage the reader to think, to consider their values and expectations. They also entertain and educate with little to no areas that invite boredom.
The Crown of Rosemund by Michele Ashman Bell takes us back to 1498 and a young heroine who faces tragedy and must pretend to be a boy in order to reclaim her father’s throne. Isabelle and Alexander by Rebecca Anderson takes a young couple in 1850 who marry as strangers, then circumstances force them into unexpected roles.