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Review: Banquet of Lies (Regency London 02) by Michelle Diener

Synopsis (from Goodreads): A Secret Treaty and a Secret Life LONDON, 1812: Giselle Barrington is living a double life, juggling the duties of chef with those of spy catcher. She must identify her father’s savage killer before the shadowy man … Continue reading

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Reviewing a classic: Memoirs of Harriette Wilson by Harriette Wilson

I am not going to include any synopsis here because it doesn’t make sense. How to summarize memoirs? One of the most famous ladies of ill repute of the Regency London (the beginning of the 19th century) tells you about some … Continue reading

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