Identity crisises and female competion are at the heart of Edan Lepucki’s Noir, ‘Woman No. 17’

Title: Woman No. 17 Author: Edan Lepucki Genre: Domestic Noir Publisher: Hogarth Press Length: 320 pages Available: 9 May 2017 Source: eARC via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Available Now   I can't remember the last time I stayed up all night just to finish a book. It's not just the world that … Continue reading Identity crisises and female competion are at the heart of Edan Lepucki’s Noir, ‘Woman No. 17’

Exploring the darker sides of American History in ‘After the Bloom’ by Leslie Shimotakahara

Title: After the Bloom Author: Leslie Shimotakahara Genre: Historical Fiction Publisher: Dundurn Press Release Date: 09 May 2017 Length: 324 pages Source: eARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Available in Paperback   Japanese internment camps aren't something that gets brought up often (if ever) when we look back on American history. If … Continue reading Exploring the darker sides of American History in ‘After the Bloom’ by Leslie Shimotakahara