Book Review

The Watchmaker’s Daughter by Dianne Haley

Hiding the worn piece of paper among her father’s watch deliveries, her eyes fill with tears at the memory of her brave friend walking towards the Nazi soldiers, and the sharp sound of gun fire. Her friend sacrificed herself so that she could deliver this message. But if she hands it over, the love of… Continue reading The Watchmaker’s Daughter by Dianne Haley

Book Review

Black Jade – A Daiyu Wu Mystery (Daiyu Wu Mysteries, #1) by Gloria Oliver

Could an old-fashioned ballgown be used to commit murder?Daiyu Wu is aware that fear of the Yellow Terror has made her nationality a rare breed in the Lone Star State. Being Chinese and blind makes her doubly unique in 1930 Dallas. Despite these impediments, anyone who dismisses her for either fact does so at their… Continue reading Black Jade – A Daiyu Wu Mystery (Daiyu Wu Mysteries, #1) by Gloria Oliver