Tag Archives: World War II

Sophie and the Rising Sun – Augusta Trobaugh

I had no idea what to expect from this Netgalley book. I knew the synopsis – basically that a middle-aged spinster forms a friendship, perhaps more, with the Japanese gardener working for a friend right at the onset of America’s … Continue reading

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The War Against Miss Winter – Kathryn Miller Haines

At times, I read in phases. Recently I went through an urban fantasy phase; now and then I’ll be stuck in a gaslight phase and wind up reading all of Anne Perry again. (Or avoiding Anne Perry in search of … Continue reading

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Two O’Clock, Eastern Wartime – John Dunning

Not what I was expecting. What I thought this would be, from the book description, and what I wanted was something along the lines of (though probably more serious than) … oh dear, this will take a little searching. AMC … Continue reading

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A Mortal Terror – James R. Benn

Billy Boyle was a Boston cop, from a family of well-connected cops. When the US joined WWII his family pulled strings to get him stationed someplace safe, assigned to a relative’s husband who was a general. Of course, it wasn’t … Continue reading

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