Tag Archives: historical fiction

The Best of Daughters by Dilly Court

This novel is an exploration of the meaning of character, and how upbringing, companions, and circumstance influence people’s attitudes. Historical fiction’s strength is in how the themes reflect the book’s time period. The early 1900s in England continued the shift … Continue reading

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Secrets of Milan by Edale Lane with Giveaway

Secrets of Milan starts with Fiore and Maddie in a relationship crisis, with Maddie holding herself separate. This confused me for a short while because I’d thought their crisis over, but when Maddie quickly reveals the cause, it’s something new. … Continue reading

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Merchants of Milan by Edale Lane

Book One of the Night Flyer Trilogy invites you into the lush world of 1502 Milan during the Italian Renaissance. Wealthy merchants had almost as much power as the ruler, and the rule of law did not apply to them. … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Interviewing Edale Lane with Excerpt and Giveaway

I have been enjoying Edale Lane’s latest novel, Merchants of Milan, as part of an Other Worlds Ink blog tour and will post my thoughts on it later today. In the meantime, please welcome Melodie Romeo writing as Edale Lane … Continue reading

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