#PublicationDay #BookReview for Queen’s Favorite Witch #1 by Benjamin Dickson #ChildrensBook #HistoricalFiction #ElizabethI @PapercutzGN @Beniswriting #QueensFavoriteWitch1 #TheWheelofFortune

Elizabethan England is a time of superstition and strange goings on. If you have a problem, it’s common to go to a witch for help. And Queen Elizabeth I is no different… When Daisy -- a precocious young witch -- learns of the death of the Queen's Royal Witch, she flies to London to audition … Continue reading #PublicationDay #BookReview for Queen’s Favorite Witch #1 by Benjamin Dickson #ChildrensBook #HistoricalFiction #ElizabethI @PapercutzGN @Beniswriting #QueensFavoriteWitch1 #TheWheelofFortune

#BookReview for Images of the Past: Coal Miners by Brian Elliott @PenSwordBooks #ImagesofthePast #CoalMiners

There have been many books published about the coal mining industry of Britain but relatively few about the miners themselves. This book is unique in that it concentrates on the miner, his family and his work through a careful selection of illustrations. Although most of the images are photographic, and therefore relate to the latter … Continue reading #BookReview for Images of the Past: Coal Miners by Brian Elliott @PenSwordBooks #ImagesofthePast #CoalMiners

#BookReview for Images of War – Himmler’s Death Squad: Einsatzgruppen in Action, 1939-1944 by Ian Baxter #ImagesofWar @penswordbooks #WWII #HimmlersDeathSquad #Einsatzgruppen

The murderous activities of Himmler's Einsatzgruppen - or death squads - rank high among the horrors of the Nazi regime during the Second World War. These hand-picked groups followed in the wake of Waffen-SS and Wehrmacht units advancing intro Eastern Europe and Soviet Russia.Their mass murder of civilians in the occupied territories will never be … Continue reading #BookReview for Images of War – Himmler’s Death Squad: Einsatzgruppen in Action, 1939-1944 by Ian Baxter #ImagesofWar @penswordbooks #WWII #HimmlersDeathSquad #Einsatzgruppen

#BookReview for Ripper Hunter: Abberline and the Whitechapel Murders by M J Trow #RipperHunter #FrederickAbberline @penswordbooks @penswordebooks

Who was Inspector Frederick Abberline, the lead detective in the Jack the Ripper case? Why did he and his fellow policemen fail to catch the most notorious serial killer of Victorian England? What was he like as a man, as a professional policeman, one of the best detectives of his generation? MY REVIEW I had … Continue reading #BookReview for Ripper Hunter: Abberline and the Whitechapel Murders by M J Trow #RipperHunter #FrederickAbberline @penswordbooks @penswordebooks

#PublicationDay #GuestReview for Cold Justice by Ant Middleton @antmiddleton #Mallory #BookReview @LittleBrownUK #ColdJustice #AntMiddleton

A THRILLER SO REAL IT HURTS.It's here: the landmark debut thriller from superstar Ant Middleton, million-selling, number one Sunday Times author of First Man In and The Fear Bubble and star of SAS: Who Dares Wins. Mallory, ex-Special Forces, is forced to leave the military after a fatal, vengeful decision. Now he walks the world, helping those in need, running … Continue reading #PublicationDay #GuestReview for Cold Justice by Ant Middleton @antmiddleton #Mallory #BookReview @LittleBrownUK #ColdJustice #AntMiddleton

#PublicationDay #BookReview for Liberty’s Civil Rights Road Trip by Michael W. Waters #LibertysCivilRightsRoadTrip #NewRelease #ChildrensBook @Flyaway_Books

Based on a real-life trip, Liberty and her friend Abdullah visit significant places from the civil rights movement, inspiring them to come together with others to create a better world.Time to board the bus! Liberty and her friend Abdullah, with their families and a diverse group of passengers, head off to their first stop: Jackson, … Continue reading #PublicationDay #BookReview for Liberty’s Civil Rights Road Trip by Michael W. Waters #LibertysCivilRightsRoadTrip #NewRelease #ChildrensBook @Flyaway_Books

#PublicationDay #BookReview for God’s Coming to Visit by Franz Hubner #GodsComingtoVisit #NewRelease #ChildrensBook @Flyaway_Books

The news spreads like lightning: God's coming to visit! All the animals want to do something to impress God. But what could possibly be special enough? And when will God arrive?With sensitivity and humor, this story explores the nature of God's presence and love, affirming that although God may not appear in the ways we … Continue reading #PublicationDay #BookReview for God’s Coming to Visit by Franz Hubner #GodsComingtoVisit #NewRelease #ChildrensBook @Flyaway_Books

#BookReview for British Leyland – From Triumph to Tragedy: Petrol, Politics and Power by Lance Cole @penswordbooks #GuestReview #LanceCole #BritishLeyland

What really happened at British Leyland (BL)? Was it 'just' the cars, or were other factors vital to the story? Who really was to blame for BL and MG Rover's death?The 'truth' about BL is deeper than its cars - were ultra- Left-wing plots to topple BL and British society real? Did secret deals and … Continue reading #BookReview for British Leyland – From Triumph to Tragedy: Petrol, Politics and Power by Lance Cole @penswordbooks #GuestReview #LanceCole #BritishLeyland

#BookReview for A Photographic Journey Through the London Underground: Look Again by Elke Rollmann and Niko Rollmann @penswordbooks #LondonUnderground #TheTube #NewRelease

WHAT IS THERE TO SEE? That was the question the authors of this book, Elke and Niko Rollman, heard all the time when explaining their photographic project. The answer is LOOK AGAIN! This book will encourage its readers to see the London Underground in a different light. There is, indeed, a multitude of images on … Continue reading #BookReview for A Photographic Journey Through the London Underground: Look Again by Elke Rollmann and Niko Rollmann @penswordbooks #LondonUnderground #TheTube #NewRelease

#PublicationDay #BookReview for The 50 Greatest Shipwrecks by Richard M Jones #The50GreatestShipwrecks @PSHistory @penswordbooks @penswordebooks #NonFiction

Historian Richard M. Jones recounts fifty stories of lost ships throughout history that are among the most important, infamous, and in some cases tragic ships in the whole of history. Starting at the tiny island of Alderney in 1592, the reader journeys through history, through World Wars I and II, into the age of the … Continue reading #PublicationDay #BookReview for The 50 Greatest Shipwrecks by Richard M Jones #The50GreatestShipwrecks @PSHistory @penswordbooks @penswordebooks #NonFiction