Currently Reading

For the merry month of May I'm currently juggling several books:
Equal of the Sun by Anita Amirrezvani.
A Story of a princess in Iran, and her eunuch servant/friend. A Story about a tumultuous era when it was unclear who would and could rule.

Royal Mistress by Anne Easter Smith.
This is the story of Jane Shore, the long-term mistress of King Edward IV, and her perilous life after his death.

Lehrter Station, A John Russell Thriller by David Downing
This is a World War II/communism and espionage/thriller. 

Queen of Scots, The True Life of Mary Stuart by John Guy.
John Guy's well-researched and introspective look at Mary Queen of Scots.

And an eBook Flames in the Field, The Story of Four SOE Agents in Occupied France by Rita Kramer
this eBook is currently only $3.99!
I've just begun reading this book and it is a jewel. Well researched. The author consulted with Vera Atkins, who practically ran SOE.  

Soon I'll need to begin reading Murder As A Fine Art by David Morrell. This review is due May 16 for
Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours.

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