The Blue Bench – Paul Marriner

Set in 1920, The Blue Bench is a moving account of the damage, both physical and emotional in its nature, done to the soldiers who survived the First World War. Edward Thompson, a gifted musician, and his friend and former comrade, William, are in Margate for the summer. William, who acts as Edward's agent, has … Continue reading The Blue Bench – Paul Marriner

V For Victory – Lissa Evans

I finished Crooked Heart and immediately opened V For Victory, thus deferring that sense of loss you get when you finish an excellent book. That is how I'm feeling now I've come to the end of Lissa Evan's third book in her trilogy (read my review of Old Baggage here). It's now 1944 and Vee … Continue reading V For Victory – Lissa Evans