Who Cries for the Lost: A Sebastian St. Cyr Mystery (Book 18), by C. S. Harris — A Review

From the desk of Sophia Rose:

Napoleon is meeting his Waterloo. Meanwhile in London, a British spy with a roving eye is being fished out of the Thames. Sebastian’s friends are implicated in his death… and the deaths to follow. 


June 1815. The people of London wait, breathlessly, for news as Napoleon and the forces united against him hurtle toward their final reckoning at Waterloo. Among them is Sebastian St. Cyr, Viscount Devlin, frustrated to find himself sidelined while recovering from a dangerous wound he recently received in Paris. When the mutilated Continue reading “Who Cries for the Lost: A Sebastian St. Cyr Mystery (Book 18), by C. S. Harris — A Review”

The Best New Historical Novels for Spring 2023

From the desk of Laurel Ann Nattress: 

After a bleak and snowy winter season at Blue Willow Cottage, I am all anticipation of warmer weather and the fabulous new historical fiction books releasing in March, April, and May.  

I pawed through many new releases to narrow my list down, so if you are in the mood for engaging, intriguing, and swoon worthy novels, then read on.

Here is my list of 5 STAR recommendations for Spring 2023. Continue reading “The Best New Historical Novels for Spring 2023”

Website Built with WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: