Reader Review: “The Lost Apothecary”

by Elizabeth@Silver'sReviews: Who wouldn't like to solve a hundred-year-old mystery and especially one that had to do with poisons that were used to kill unfaithful husbands or boyfriends. Caroline came to London for...

Reader Review: “The Mystery of Mrs. Christie”

by Becky H (Chicago): Agatha Christie, renowned writer of mysteries, disappeared for 11 days in 1926. Although a country wide search was made, no one was able to find her until she turned up...

Reader Review: “The House on Vesper Sands”

by toni brabender: Thank you to BrookBrowse.com for an ARC of this lovely book. "The House on Vesper Sands" by Paraic O'Donnell may just be one of the best books of 2021 and it...

Reader Review: “The Forgetting Time”

by Ayanda Bhekingwe (South Africa): I have goosebumps! This novel is genuinely phenomenal. A mind-boggling fiction that has completely opened a new portal for me to explore and that's the idea of reincarnation. But...

Reader Review: “Juliet”

by Elizabeth@Silver?sReviews: Julie saw Umberto at the back of the room as she was leaving the stage. She knew this wasn't going to be good news because he wasn't smiling like always. "Aunt Rose...

Reader Review: “Life After Life”

by BuffaloGirlKS (Wright, Kansas): Revolving around the life of an upper class English woman from her birth and death (and subsequent numerous alternative births and deaths) on a cold winter night through both World...

Reader Review: “The Sun Down Motel”

by Roberta (Los Ranchos): This is the first book of Simone St James that I have read and I loved it. It's like Bates Motel on steroids. I grew up in a town that...

Reader Review: “The Dutch House”

by Cloggie Downunder (Thirroul): The Dutch House is the seventh novel by NYT best-selling American author, Ann Patchett. It had been Danny's childhood home. Cyril Conroy had bought the incredible Dutch House, there in...

Reader Review: “Educated”

by Cloggie Downunder (Thirroul): "Learning in our family was entirely self-directed: you could learn anything you could teach yourself, after your work was done. Some of us were more disciplined than others. I was...

Reader Review: “The Mountains Sing”

by Babs: I was overcome with emotion at how profoundly moving I found The Mountains Sing by Nguyen Phan Que Mai. Lyrical prose filled with images that will forever change how I view lives...

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