‘X’ Marks the Spot: 5 Classic Treasure Hunt Novels

‘Cause who doesn’t like a good treasure hunt?  And what better time of year to curl up with a cuppa and a good spine tingling read? So, to oblige you, I’ve rounded up five classic treasure hunt stories for your TBR. And here’s an interesting fact: only one of them contains pirates. (So much for that … More ‘X’ Marks the Spot: 5 Classic Treasure Hunt Novels

Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography by Laura Ingalls Wilder

I have so very many fond memories of reading the Little House on the Prairie Books. My dad read them aloud to me and my older sisters, later again to my brother and the next sister, and before long he’ll probably be starting again on them with my youngest brother and sister. I was always … More Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography by Laura Ingalls Wilder

Avenue of Spies by Alex Kershaw

From the Back Cover: On the leafy Avenue Foch, one of Paris’s most exclusive streets, American doctor Sumner Jackson, his wife, Toquette, and their son Phillip, watched from their apartment at number 11 as the Nazis occupied their block. With the city crawling with spies and murderers, and Jewish residents rounded up and herded onto trains, the family … More Avenue of Spies by Alex Kershaw