PositiveBookreporterWe Came Here to Forget truly does live up to its title ... While expressing Katie\'s inherent sadness to readers, Dunlop also manages to weave strands of laughter, mystery and hope for the future into this unusual and unique story. The novel is imbued with combined senses of poetry and urgency, and interjected with a few surprises along the way.
PositiveBookreporter... a tension-filled tale that reveals one layer of subterfuge after another as more and more of the story comes to light. Daniela Petrova’s debut psychological thriller raises many questions about what can happen when science combines with nature to give people the innermost desires of their hearts, and explores how not everyone involved always gets a happy ending.
RaveBooklistIt\'s 1901, and Lady Emily Hargreaves and her husband, Colin, are attending the funeral of Queen Victoria. Understandably, the citizens of the United Kingdom are stunned by the loss after being ruled by the petite monarch for more than 63 years. Unfortunately, that shock hasn\'t extended to the criminal element. When the body of a murdered man is discovered in the Tower of London, the Hargreaves are called away in the middle of the funeral so that Colin, an agent of the Crown, can investigate ... Tasha Alexander’s Uneasy Lies the Crown will bring joy to anyone who loves delving into challenging mysteries of the past, particularly those involving British history and the monarchy. The witty banter between Lady Emily and her husband, their obvious love for one another and their innate intelligence are some of the wonderful features of this book and this series, which now has thrilled readers for 13 volumes.
Kate Andersen Brower
PositiveBook ReporterIn riveting fashion, [readers are] treated to insider info on the vetting process that each vice presidential candidate undergoes... a tour and history of the Observatory... numerous photographs, and endless engrossing details of the circumstances under which some of the vice presidents were suddenly catapulted into the highest position in the United States government, all in an endlessly readable volume.
Mary Kay Andrews
PositiveThe Book ReporterThe High Tide Club is a remarkable novel in which Mary Kay Andrews cleverly intertwines vignettes from the past with a modern-day narrative to give us a cohesive story that compels us to turn the pages to solve one mystery after another. No matter how good you are at guessing what\'s coming next, this book will surely hold shocking surprises and unexpected smiles throughout.