Blood of the Reich by William Dietrich
submitted by Luke
At the brink of World War II, Kurt Raeder and a team of Nazi mountaineers are sent to Tibet by Heinrich Himmler to search for the legendary city of Shambhala. Years earlier, Raeder had shared leadership of an expedition to the Himalayas with Benjamin Hood, an
Hidden Gems for the Literary Adult: The Novel Intended for the Younger Reader
submitted by Rob
There are those among the adult population who may feel that novels written originally for the young adult would not make for particularly entertaining or thoughtful reading, a sentiment that I wholeheartedly and enthusiastically disagree with. Quite the
Mama, Is It Summer Yet? by Nikki McClure
submitted by Natalie
Mama, Is It Summer Yet? by Nikki McClure depicts the tender relationship between a mother and her son, both anxious for the return of summer. We watch their outdoor routine alter with the progression of spring.
They go about collecting the bits that tre
submitted by Debbe
Characterization is more important to me than setting or plot when I read fiction. . Even when I read a mystery I want strong characters along with the crime solving. That is why I like series with protagonists that grow more complex with each title.
- Blood of the Reich by William Dietrich