Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore Update – #Reviews – #WWI #Family Judith Barrow, #Thriller Mark Bierman, NorthernIreland #Thriller Jane Buckley

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Welcome to the first of the Cafe and Bookstore updates with recent reviews for authors on the shelves.

The first book today with a recent review is The Heart Stone by Judith Barrow

About the Book

1914. Everything changes for Jessie on a day trip to Blackpool. She realises her feelings for Arthur are far more than friendship. And just as they are travelling home, war is declared.

Arthur lies about his age to join his Pals’ Regiment. Jessie’s widowed mother is so frightened, she agrees to marry Amos Morgan. Only Jessie can see how vicious he is. When he turns on her, Arthur’s mother is the only person to help her, the two women drawn together by Jessie’s deepest secret.

Facing a desperate choice between love and safety, will Jessie trust the right people? Can she learn to trust herself?

A recent review for The Heart Stone

DGKaye 5.0…

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