Tag Archives: Women’s Lit

Review: The Good Luck Girls of Shipwreck Lane

5 Stars The Good Luck Girls of Shipwreck Lane by Kelly Harms was recommended to me by my friendly local librarian who, so far, has yet to steer me wrong.  Here she’s picked another winner. This story of two women who … Continue reading

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Review: Left to Chance

Left to Chance by Amy Sue Nathan My rating: 4 of 5 stars Left to Chance is a sweet but not cloying story about going home again after running away from a tragedy. The novel’s strengths lie in its honesty … Continue reading

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Review: Firefly Lane

Firefly Lane by Kristin Hannah My rating: 4 of 5 stars There are a lot of novels out there about friendships between women. What makes Kristin Hannah’s Firefly Lane great is the author’s gift for setting. The story spans four … Continue reading

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Review: The Promise Kitchen

The Promise Kitchen by Peggy Lampman My rating: 2 of 5 stars I received a copy of Peggy Lampman’s The Promise Kitchen through Goodreads.com. Lampman has a gift for descriptive language and a keen eye for the many causes of … Continue reading

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A Wicked Old Woman

I’ve been invited to take part in the blog tour of Ravinder Randhawa’s new novel, A Wicked Old Woman.  The novel is the interwoven tales of a group of Indian and Anglo-Indian women living in London.  It focuses on the … Continue reading

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