Happy weekend! This week’s #FridayReads are romance, mysteries, and thrillers to pack in your beach bag as you head to the shore. Continue reading “#FridayReads: Take Me to the Shore”
This week’s featured book is a new mystery from Allison & Busby: Birthright by David Hingley. This fascinating historical fiction tale follows Mercia Blakewood from London’s bulging metropolis to the forests of Manhattan she will contend with murder, intrigue and lust, fighting for her future and her life as the town of New York is born. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book! Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Birthright””
This weekend, we’re traveling back in time with Historical Romance novels! Journey to World War II England, 1870s Wyoming, and more with these books. Continue reading “#FridayReads: Historical Romance”
This week’s featured book is a historical romance from Allison & Busby. Brides of War by June Tate follows two GI brides after World War II when they travel to America to begin a new life with their husbands. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book! Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Brides of War””
This weekend we’re into historical romances from a variety of time periods! Keep reading to see our #FridayReads picks. Continue reading “#FridayReads: Romance through History”
One of our newest releases from Allison & Busby, The Silk Tree by Julian Stockwin is the first book in his new Moments of History series. This series consists of standalone novels which focus on turning points in history – this one, on how silk came to Constantinople. Keep reading to see what reviewers have said and to learn more about this fascinating historical fiction title! Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “The Silk Tree””
This week’s featured book reviews focus on a fascinating Penguin Random House South Africa fiction title. The Scattering by Lauri Kubuitsile tells the story of two seemingly unconnected women, and at the same time tells the story of early twentieth-century South Africa and the horrific wars that occurred during that time. See what readers have been saying about this moving, captivating book, then go purchase your copy! Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “The Scattering””
This weekend, we’re all about stories that take us on a journey, preferably involving crusades, fighting, knights, piracy, or something of that ilk. Go on a reading adventure with one of these action tales: Continue reading “#FridayReads: Action & Adventure”
Happy Monday, and Happy August! We’ve got some great news to kick off the brand new month. Striking Murder by AJ Wright, an Allison & Busby historical mystery, has been shortlisted for the Crime Writers’ Assocation’s Endeavour Historical Dagger! This award goes to the best historical crime novel published in the UK within the judging period. Striking Murder couldn’t be more deserving of the honor. The Historical Novels Review said about this book, “…the plot is fast-paced and cleverly strewn with red herrings and subtle clues. Highly recommended.”
1893. Wigan is in the grip of a devastating national miners’ strike and a harsh winter. Arthur Morris, a wealthy colliery owner whose intransigence on miners’ pay is the main cause of the strike, is found brutally murdered in Scholes, a rough working-class district where he is universally hated and blamed for the grinding hardship the strike is causing. Detective Sergeant Slevin is tasked with finding the murderer and when a mysterious stranger is found bludgeoned to death, Slevin starts to unravel a twisted thread of interwoven clues that will lead to the murderer.
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Not one, but two Allison & Busby titles have been named Books Monthly’s Book of the Month in the July issue! Legacy of Greyladies by Anna Jacobs and Waterloo The Bravest Man by Andrew Swanston are the recipients of this honor. Keep reading to learn what they’re all about & see why Books Monthly chose each of them as Book of the Month… Continue reading “Books Monthly’s Book of the Month”