Tag: st martins press

Three Sisters

Three Sisters

Kiwi   10/07/21   Read The Review »

The third and final book in Heather Morris' Tattooist Of Auschwitz series, Three Sisters is a haunting, bittersweet, lovely finale. In 1942, having ma ...

Spitfire

Spitfire

Kiwi   12/24/19   Read The Review »

A former British spy known as Spitfire, working behind the scenes in France, Livy Nash is now a hard-drinking woman working as a lowly proof-reader fo ...

Cilka's Journey

Cilka's Journey

Kiwi   10/01/19   Read The Review »

From the Kiwi-born author of The Tattooist Of Auschwitz, Cilka’s Journey explores what happened to young Cecilia (Cilka) Klein, imprisoned in the Ausc ...

A Stranger On The Beach

A Stranger On The Beach

Kiwi   07/24/19   Read The Review »

Oh my goodness! I’m honestly not sure where to start with this review. There’s so much to enjoy about A Stranger On The Beach and one teeny wee compla ...

An Anonymous Girl

An Anonymous Girl

Kiwi   01/08/19   Read The Review »

An Anonymous Girl is the second novel from dynamic duo Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen, follows hot on the heels of The Wife Between Us. But, if yo ...

Lies

Lies

Kiwi   08/21/18   Read The Review »

Joe Lynch is an average kinda guy. He’s a teacher, married to a beautiful woman, with an adorable four-year-old son. He’s happy with his lot, content ...

Baby Teeth

Baby Teeth

Kiwi   06/12/18   Read The Review »

I’m going to start by saying that this book is probably not going to be for everyone. Our “Big Bad” in this case is a seven-year-old girl, so it may l ...


24 years ago today, I married the guy I’d met in a “Love Stinks” chatroom on Yahoo, after he proposed to me at LAX (our first in-person meeting). Patience, compromise, a pair of sarcastic personalities and a whole lot of tongue-biting got us where we are. 💘
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