REVIEW: THE RACE FOR PARIS by Meg Waite Clayton

As the Normandy invasion’s ground forces advanced across the French countryside, the obvious objective was to liberate Paris. Allied forces crept at a snail’s pace, encountering mine fields and holdouts along the way. In 1940, when Paris surrendered to Nazi Germany, the event was documented. Footage of a triumphant Hitler in a motorcade, driving around…

COMING IN APRIL – New Titles to Watch For

  Spring showers mean rainy days ahead … which means more time for reading. Here are some new books coming out this April. And where better to start than April in Paris… LOVERS AT THE CHAMELEON CLUB, PARIS 1932 By Francine Prose The author begins by telling the reader she was inspired by a particular…

REVIEW: LADY AT THE O.K. CORRAL by Ann Kirschner

I must admit – I never knew that Wyatt Earp was married.  He was, by most accounts, a dashing and magnetic man.  But for every larger-than-life aspect of his legend, there was Josephine (Marcus) Earp. Daughter of a Jewish family, she struggled to find her own identity in Victorian Era America.  When one could not…

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