The Traitor Beside Her

Author:  Mary Anna Evans Published June 6, 2023 / 346 pages A WWII Mystery The Justine Byrne Historical Mysteries series @maryannaevans @thecoffeepotbookclub #HistoricalFiction #HistoricalMystery “Evans’s characters are vividly drawn, elevating this story and its revelations about women’s little-celebrated contributions to the war effort.”— Washington Post “An exciting read with historical tidbits, a hint of danger, andContinue reading “The Traitor Beside Her”

The King’s Command

The King’s Command: For God or Country by Rosemary Hayes Published: July 3rd, 2023 / 415 Pages 16 year old Lidie Brunier has everything; looks, wealth, health and a charming suitor but there are dark clouds on the horizon. Lidie  and her family are committed Huguenots and Louis XIV has sworn to stamp out thisContinue reading “The King’s Command”

The London Forgery

The London Forgery (A Fabiola Bennett Mystery) by Heidi Eljarbo Published: August 2023 / 252 pages Buy Links: This title is available to read on #KindleUnlimited / Universal Link / Amazon UK / Amazon US / Amazon CA / Amazon AU @HeidiEljarbo @cathiedunn @authorheidieljarbo @thecoffeepotbookclub #TheLondonForgery #fabiolabennett #DualTimelineMystery #BlogTour #TheCoffeePotBookClub 1973. Art historian Fabiola Bennett seesContinue reading “The London Forgery”

The Conjuror’s Apprentice

The Conjuror’s Apprentice by Gwenllian Williams is the first in a new Tudor crime fiction series featuring Doctor Dee. What was life like for The Conjuror’s Apprentice? by Gwenllian Williams The Conjuror’s Apprentice is set in 1555. My detective duo are Doctor John Dee, a brilliant philosopher and astrologer, and his apprentice, Margaretta Morgan, aContinue reading “The Conjuror’s Apprentice”

Filling the Gaps

This blog post is written by award-winning author and friend, Rosemary Hayes, who has written around fifty books, mainly for young adults. ‘The King’s Command’ is her first story for an adult readership. Set in the late 17th century, it’s about the persecution of the Huguenots in France and their flight to England. Rosemary’s fictional account isContinue reading “Filling the Gaps”