Genre: Alternate History

Average Rating: 4.2


Mississippi Blood by Greg Iles – Review and Giveaway

    When I received the third and final installment in the Natchez Burning series, Mississippi Blood,  I held the hefty tome in my hands and almost dreaded carrying it around in my handbag to read it on my daily train commutes to and from work. Having lugged a hefty 800-plus pager around in the first book, […]

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The Bone Tree by Greg Iles – Blog Tour Audiobook Review

    Fresh off my read through of book one in this series, Natchez Burning, and facing another quite large page count for the second installment, The Bone Tree, I decided to do things a little differently with this middle book and listen to the audiobook instead of making my way through the 800-plus pages of […]

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Natchez Burning by Greg Iles – Blog Tour Review and Giveaway

    Natchez Burning is quite a hefty tome–to the tune of 816 pages in the paperback–and I found myself wondering what I’d gotten myself into when I cracked open the spine. But I was drawn into the world of Penn Cage, mayor of Natchez, Mississippi, and his crusade to clear the name of his doctor father […]

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Review and Giveaway – Paris Time Capsule by Ella Carey

  Who hasn’t seen the news story about the discovery in 2010 of a Paris apartment that was locked away, untouched for seventy years? I was intrigued by the pictures that were released, and author Ella Carey was as well, enough so that this idea sparked a novel, Paris Time Capsule. New Yorker Cat Jordan receives […]

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Review and Giveaway – Andersonville by Edward M. Erdelac

  To continue my summer of horror reading schedule, the alternate historical fictional retelling of the Civil War prisoner camp Andersonville by Edward M. Erdelac was up next. The author’s extensive research into the conditions of this southern prisoner camp that held Northern soldiers in deplorable conditions would have made for an excellent non-fiction book, […]

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