Hey friends, I invite you to join me today as I share my favorite March 2024 reads and recommendations.

Anything For A Mystery: is a captivating Christian cozy mystery by Cynthia Hickey. The narrative unravels as a group of novice detectives immerse themselves in a baffling enigma brimming with surprising revelations and intricate developments. Seamlessly blending elements of faith and suspense, this captivating novel promises to captivate. It was compelling me to remain engrossed until the final page. “Anything For A Mystery” by Cynthia Hickey is a riveting Christian cozy mystery guaranteed to keep you at the edge of your seat.

The Route That Takes You Home: (Mailbox Mysteries Book 1) By: Melanie Lageschulte “The Route That Takes You Home” by Melanie Lageschulte is a heartwarming story that follows the protagonist, Kate, a mail carrier, as she navigates through life’s challenges and discovers the true meaning of home. Set in a small town, the novel beautifully captures the essence of community, belonging, and the emotional journey of finding where one truly belongs. Through vivid storytelling and relatable characters, Lageschulte weaves a narrative that resonates with the reader, reminding us that home is not just a place but a feeling of connection and acceptance.

The Last Bookshop in London: A Novel of World War II By Madeline Martin “The Last Bookshop in London” by Madeline Martin is a compelling novel set during World War II. The story revolves around Grace, a young woman who moves to London with her friend Viv and takes a job at a bookshop. As the war unfolds, the bookshop becomes a haven for the community, providing solace and escape through literature during dark times. Grace and her colleagues are faced with the challenges of wartime, but their love for books and determination to keep the written word alive drives the narrative. The novel beautifully captures the power of books to bring people together and offer hope during adversity, making it a poignant and uplifting read. You’ll cry.

The Irish Boarding House: Completely heart-warming Irish historical fiction By Sandy Taylor “The Irish Boarding House” is a heart-warming Irish historical fiction novel by Sandy Taylor. Set in Ireland, the story revolves around a boarding house and its residents, capturing the essence of Irish culture and history. The novel is filled with compelling characters and explores themes of love, friendship, and community against the backdrop of a changing Ireland. With its rich historical detail and engaging storytelling, this book offers a captivating portrayal of life in Ireland during a significant period in history. You’ll cry here, too. Book #2 will be released in May 2024. Return to the Irish Boarding House: Totally heart-warming and addictive Irish historical fiction. I will be pre-ordering this soon.

Beyond That, the Sea: A Novel By Laura Spence-Ash “Beyond That, the Sea” by Laura Spence-Ash is a captivating novel that follows the story of a young woman who embarks on a journey of self-discovery and adventure at the onset of WW2 London her parents chose to send her to America to live with a host family until the war was over. Set against the backdrop of the beautiful seaside, the novel explores themes of love, loss, and the search for meaning. As the protagonist navigates through personal challenges and unexpected encounters, she learns valuable lessons about life and herself, with vivid descriptions and compelling characters.

*** While this book was initially a really great read, and I enjoyed it, I just couldn’t continue past the halfway mark because the characters began to use God and Jesus’ names in vain A Lot So, I stopped reading. ***

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11 Comments

  1. Some really good fiction here!

  2. The Last Bookshop in London sounds really good to me. I love books about books and reading and people who love them. I agree about books that take the names of God and Jesus in vain.

    1. I think you’ll really like this book.

  3. Hi, Paula. Unfortunately, I do not get to read as much as I would like too. Right now, the time I do have for reading, is saved for my Bible studying goal for this year.
    Take care and best wishes.

  4. Lovely round up of books. I will be adding some of these to my reading list, thank you!
    And thanks so much for joining us at #MMBC. Have a great week ahead Paula. 🙂

    1. Thank you and it’s my pleasure to visit over at your place.

  5. I haven’t heard of any of these books before, but I certainly like the sound of The Last Bookshop in London and Anything For a Mystery.
    Popping over from Book Worms Monthly.

    1. You would definitely like The Last Bookshop in London and Anything For a Mystery.

  6. Oh boy, I’ve just added most to my TBR list, these are not really my usual type of books but I’ve been looking for something with a little more character building and history. The Last Bookshop in London and The Irish Boarding House are definitely on the list.

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