Category: Review

Mystery review: ‘Dead Wake’ by Dawn Lee McKenna

Mystery review: ‘Dead Wake’ by Dawn Lee McKenna

This is the fifth book in the Forgotten Coast suspense series, and the author is nicely into her stride now. Although there’s a crime-of-the-week element, there’s also a depth of backstory developing in the history of main character Maggie and her family. Fortunately, these aspects are woven elegantly and seamlessly into the story, and never […]

Posted April 25, 2016 by PaulineMRoss in Review / 0 Comments







Georgette Heyer Regency Romance #3: ‘The Corinthian’

Georgette Heyer Regency Romance #3: ‘The Corinthian’

After the history-fest of An Infamous Army, written in 1937, which I couldn’t even attempt, this one couldn’t be more different. It’s the most frivolous, silly, light-hearted confection imaginable, but then it was written in 1940, so perhaps frivolity was what was most needed.The plot begins with Sir Richard Wyndham, the Corinthian (dandy) of the […]