Book Review: The Malinovsky Papers – Hannah Jones

Blurb: Over a nineteen day period in June 1987, Professor Nicholas Malinovsky interviewed a dying Russian emigre in his apartment in Brighton Beach. What Malinovsky learned during those nineteen days - about the Russian Revolution, the House of Special Purpose in Ekaterinburg and, most importantly, what happened to the two youngest Romanov family members - shattered... Continue Reading →

Top 5 Tuesday – Book Quotes

It’s Tuesday again, which means that it’s time for Top 5 Tuesday. Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Shanah over at Bionic Book Worm. This week the topic is 'Top 5 Quotes', which I’m really happy about because I’m a sucker for a good quote. I’m always noting down good quotes as I read, so... Continue Reading →

New York – Edward Rutherford

★★★ New York will be one of those cities that will always fascinate me. Which is why I picked this book up at a charity shop. However, I feel that this book would have been better as a series. That way Edward Rutherford could have concentrated more on character development as this is something I... Continue Reading →

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