Therese Anne Fowler
This heartbreaking new novel helps fill the gaps in our understanding of “The First Flapper.” More than just a misunderstood party girl, Zelda Fitzgerald had a unique voice which struggled to be heard in the presence of an overbearing husband and a world with few freedoms for women. Ms. Fowler’s Zelda & Scott are not one-dimensional: the readers may find themselves both rooting for the pair, and wishing Zelda could break free.
Gripping, imaginative, and compelling. Surprising characters.Gratifying to read. A masterwork. This is not a time travel book. It’s everything books can give us: an impossibility that feels utterly natural and homey.. If you don’t enjoy this book there is something wrong with you.
In the eighth adventure of our favorite psychologist and investigator, Maisie Dobbs adds a new title to her long list of accomplishments: Spy.
We follow Maisie as she goes undercover as a professor at a prestigious Cambridge college. Caught in a world of espionage and murder, the stakes have never been higher!
It is a joy to watch this character grow. Finally, after a decade of mourning her wartime love, Maisie opens up and begins to find new light in her life. Wonderfully written. Great to read as a standalone novel--this book is gem!