A Winter Wedding at Bletchley Park by Molly Green

The second inspiring novel in the heartwarming and hopeful Bletchley Park Girls series from the queen of saga, Molly Green… When Rosie Frost was jilted on her wedding day, she didn’t think life could get any worse. But six years later in the throes of the Second World War, she is unceremoniously dismissed from her… Continue reading A Winter Wedding at Bletchley Park by Molly Green

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The Ballroom Blitz by Anton Du Beke

September 1940. As the skies split apart and bombs rain down on London, it’s all the staff at the famed Buckingham Hotel can do to keep their guests in the luxury they’re accustomed to, and evoke the magic of the Grand ballroom for them each night.  Home on leave and still reeling from the tragic events… Continue reading The Ballroom Blitz by Anton Du Beke

The Echoes of Love by Jenny Ashcroft

Under the Cretan sun, in the summer of 1936, two young people fall in love…  Eleni has been coming to Crete her entire life, swapping her English home for cherished sun-baked summers with her grandfather in his idyllic shoreside villa. When she arrives in 1936, she believes the long, hot weeks ahead will be no… Continue reading The Echoes of Love by Jenny Ashcroft

The Hidden Palace by Dinah Jefferies

A rebellious daughter 1923. Among the ancient honey-coloured walls of the tiny island of Malta, strangers slip into the shadows and anyone can buy a new name. Rosalie Delacroix flees Paris for a dancer’s job in the bohemian clubs deep in its winding streets. A sister with a secret 1944. Running from the brutality of… Continue reading The Hidden Palace by Dinah Jefferies

The Little Wartime Library by Kate Thompson

London, 1944. Clara Button is no ordinary librarian. While the world remains at war, in East London Clara has created the country’s only underground library, built over the tracks in the disused Bethnal Green tube station. Down here a secret community thrives: with thousands of bunk beds, a nursery, a café and a theatre offering… Continue reading The Little Wartime Library by Kate Thompson

We’ll Meet Again by Anton Du Beke

London, 1939. ‘Downton with dance, perfect’ Santa Montefiore As war is declared once more, a shadow falls over Britain. The staff at the luxurious Buckingham hotel must do all that they can to keep their important guests happy, but behind the scenes they are scared. Away from the glitz and the glamour of the ballroom they… Continue reading We’ll Meet Again by Anton Du Beke

Codename: Madeleine by Barnaby Jameson

A Mystic’s daughter flees Moscow on the eve of the Great War. A French soldier lies wounded on the Western Front. A German officer veers between loyalty and integrity. An English courtesan reclines on a sea of books. Each will make a journey that changes history. The constellations will force the Mystic’s daughter to make… Continue reading Codename: Madeleine by Barnaby Jameson

An Italian Girl in Brooklyn by Santa Montefiore

New York, 1979.  It is Thanksgiving and Evelina has her close family and beloved friends gathered around, her heart weighted with gratitude for what she has and regret for what she has given up. She has lived in America for over thirty years, but she is still Italian in her soul.  Northern Italy, 1934.  Evelina leads a sheltered… Continue reading An Italian Girl in Brooklyn by Santa Montefiore

Summer Secrets at Bletchley Park

September 1939. London is in blackout, war has been declared, but Dulcie Treadwell can think only of American broadcaster, Glenn Reeves, who didn’t say goodbye before leaving for Berlin. Heartbroken, Dulcie is posted to Bletchley Park, where she must concentrate instead on cracking the German Enigma codes. The hours are long and the conditions tough,… Continue reading Summer Secrets at Bletchley Park

Dead in the Water by Mark Ellis

Thank you to Amber at Midas PR for inviting me to join the blog tour for Dead In The Water by Mark Ellis, published by Headline Accent in paperback on 19 May 2022. Synopsis: Summer, 1942.The Second World War rages on but Britain now faces the Nazi threat with America at its side. In a… Continue reading Dead in the Water by Mark Ellis