Maralyn a Williams

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Meet Me Under the Clock by Annie Murray
Meet Me Under the Clock by Annie Murray
Firstly let me say I've only given 4 stars because I'm only halfway through reading this book. I found the beginning a little confusing, but that may be because I started reading it at night when I was tired and I found myself having to read several paragraphs twice. I'm not going to say what happens in the story like some other reviewers do, because I think that spoils it for others who are considering buying the book. What I will say is now I'm further into the story I'm enjoying what I'm reading and unlike many books of this type/era there isn't a lot of detail about the war, so I don't feel as though I'm having a history lesson when I'm reading it. So far it's a nice book.
Nightingales on Call: (Nightingales 4) by Donna Douglas
5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable read, 25 May 2014
I love these books and am waiting for the next one to be released. An easy book to read. In places you know what what's coming next but it hasn't stopped my enjoyment in reading it.
All My Tomorrows by Ellie Dean
All My Tomorrows by Ellie Dean
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I just love these books, and have read all of the beach view boarding house books. I'm always sorry when I come to the end and just live in hope that Ellie Dean will write another book in the series. When I'm reading I can visualise each character, and I'm never disappointed with the storyline. This book will appeal to anyone who likes fiction about the 1940s era.