Throwback Thursday: Playing With The Moon by Eliza Graham

I’m linking up today with Davida @ The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review Blog for Throwback Thursday. It takes place on the Thursday before the first Saturday of every month (i.e., the Thursday before the monthly #6Degrees post). The idea is to highlight one of your previously published book reviews and then link back to Davida’s blog.

I’ve been looking at the books I reviewed in 2007 for my Throwback Thursday posts. I read Playing with the Moon by Eliza Graham in November that year. It was her first novel and I thought it was very good.

This is my opening paragraph:

It begins when Minna and Tom, who are staying at a cottage in an isolated village on the Dorset coast, east of Lulworth, discover a human skeleton on the beach and dog tags inscribed LEWIS J CAMPBELL and a number. American military officials confirmed his identity as Private Lew Campbell, believed to have died in 1944 during training exercises for the Normandy landings.

Click here to read the rest of my review

Since then I’ve read one more of her books, Another Day Gone, which I also loved (my review) and I have one more, The One I Was, in my TBRs.

3 comments

  1. This does sound good, Margaret! And I really like the idea of looking back over old posts/reviews. There’s a lot there to be mined. And it’s a reminder of series and books to come back to and catch up with, if I can put it that way.

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  2. Lovely cover, lovely synopsis and a lovely review!

    I enjoy Throwback Thursday so much too. It really does help to sort out the blog and to make sure the reviews are still “readable” and it’s great to look back a bit I still feel that some of my older reviews are better than my newer ones. Strange!

    I loved the book and writing the review for When God was a Rabbit, the book I feature in this week’s Throwback Thursday.

    Have a good weekend Margaret.

    Elza Reads

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