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Jennifer Robson: Bell City Author Series

In January, the Brantford Public Library began the Bell City Author Series with a fabulous evening with Jennifer Robson.  After previously meeting her in Burlington (May 2017) and learning about Goodnight from London, I was thrilled that she spent most of … Continue reading

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Jennifer Robson: Author Event

It was inspiring to meet Jennifer Robson, in Burlington, on May 2nd.  She spoke of her latest novel, Goodnight from London at an event promoted by A Different Drummer Books as a fundraiser for a local church.  As a fan of … Continue reading

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32. Moonlight Over Paris (Jennifer Robson)

Moonlight Over Paris kept me company during my commutes this week.  It is the third novel by Canadian author Jennifer Robson.  This historical fiction describes Paris during the time after the war when artists and authors congregated in Paris. This first … Continue reading

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31. After the War is Over (Jennifer Robson)

After the War is a sequel to Somewhere in France by the Canadian author Jennifer Robson.  It is part of a trilogy with the remaining book to be released in early 2016.  Although I enjoyed it, I found it difficult … Continue reading

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29. Somewhere in France: A Novel of the Great War (Jennifer Robson)

As a fan of historical fiction, Somewhere in France is a novel that shares the important contribution of women during World War I.  Despite the limitations that they experienced in the early 1900s, women were empowered to risk their lives by driving ambulances … Continue reading

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