Review: Kate Quinn, The Alice Network

I'm a sucker for World War II spy novels. The Alice Network is the latest one to fall into my hands. Kate Quinn's novel tells the story of two women brought together by wars, loss, love, and revenge. Charlie is on a mission to find her lost cousin after WWII, convinced she's not dead, like everyone … Continue reading Review: Kate Quinn, The Alice Network

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Review: Martha Hall Kelly, Lilac Girls

Time for another review from my July book haul. Lilac Girls is based on a true story about three women from vastly different parts of the world, whose lives intertwine during and after World War II. Caroline is a former Broadway actress, now New York socialite, who works sending care packages to orphaned French children. Kaisa … Continue reading Review: Martha Hall Kelly, Lilac Girls

Review: Mark Sullivan, Beneath a Scarlet Sky

I've started digging into my July book haul. Beneath a Scarlet Sky tells the story of Pino Lella, a teen living in Milan, Italy, near the end of World War II. Due to certain events and circumstances, Pino, who doesn't want anything to do with the war, finds himself part of an underground railroad saving Italian … Continue reading Review: Mark Sullivan, Beneath a Scarlet Sky