Revisit the WWII Time Period – Waiting on Wednesday: Edition Thirty-Eight

July 14, 2020 Rissi JC 12 Comments

Welcome back, everyone – and hello! As always, I’m glad to have you here. In today’s ‘Waiting on Wednesday: Edition Thirty-Eight’ we take a trip to “yesteryear” with a WWII historical fiction novel. (AKA my most favorite of historical fiction.)

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Waiting on Wednesday: Edition Thirty-Eight

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Penned by Canadian author Rachel McMillan, this novel takes us back to WWII and follows a couple whose marriage is in need of saving, and the secrets that come between them. Sounds interesting, right?

I really enjoy Rachel’s Herringford and Watts series which is a kind of spin on the Holmes & Watson partnership, and who doesn’t enjoy that brand of mystery?


THE LONDON RESTORATION

Author: Rachel McMillan | Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Genre: Fiction; Historical | Publication Date: August 2020

In post-World War II London, determined to save their marriage and the city they love, two people divided by World War II’s secrets rebuild their lives, their love, and their world.

London, Fall 1945. Architectural historian Diana Somerville’s experience as a codebreaker at Bletchley Park and her knowledge of London’s churches intersect in MI6’s pursuit of a Russian agent named Eternity. Diana wants nothing more than to begin again with her husband Brent after their separation during the war, but her signing of the Official Secrets Act keeps him at a distance.

Brent Somerville, professor of theology at King’s College, hopes aiding his wife with her church consultations will help him better understand why she disappeared when he needed her most. But he must find a way to reconcile his traumatic experiences as a stretcher bearer on the European front with her obvious lies about her wartime activities and whereabouts.  – Goodreads

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Do you read historical fiction often? If so, which are your favorites??


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Comment down below with your thoughts (have you read any of Rachel’s novels?? What WWII fiction do you like best?), Waiting on / Can’t Wait Wednesday blog links or anything else bookish. I’d look forward to chatting all things bookish with you.

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12 Comments

  • Ronyell (a.k.a Rabbitearsblog) July 15, 2020 at 6:06 am

    Oooh! This looks like an interesting read! Great pick!

    • Rissi JC July 23, 2020 at 7:28 pm

      Thanks! I think so too. :)

  • Angela July 15, 2020 at 6:16 am

    I love WWII historical fiction, and the focus on picking up the pieces after the war sounds amazing!

    • Rissi JC July 23, 2020 at 7:28 pm

      This one does sound amazing; I’m so intrigued by its premise and am hoping it’ll be as good as it sounds. :)

  • Lisa Mandina (Lisa Loves Literature) July 15, 2020 at 10:14 am

    I do like historical fiction, but I mostly read YA historical fiction these days. Hope you get this soon! My Wednesday post is in the link below!

    Lisa Mandina (Lisa Loves Literature) recently posted: Lisa’s Looking Forward To #70 – July 21st, 2020
    • Rissi JC July 23, 2020 at 7:29 pm

      Ooo! Do you have any good YA recommendations? I don’t read much of either but feel like I read and see less in the YA market. Thanks so much for the visit, Lisa.

  • Paula Shreckhise July 15, 2020 at 7:03 pm

    I’ve been eyeing this one!
    My favorite historical authors are Roseanna White, Sarah Sundin and Kristi Ann Hunter among others.

    • Rissi JC July 23, 2020 at 7:32 pm

      Sarah Sundin is ALWAYS a favorite of mine. Her books are so good. :)

  • Barb @ Booker T's Farm July 16, 2020 at 5:25 pm

    I don’t really read a lot of books associated with World War II because it was such a traumatic experience for my Grandfather but this one has a lovely cover and I hope you love it!

    • Rissi JC July 23, 2020 at 7:33 pm

      I’m surprised I read as much fiction in this era as I do because it is such a traumatic time in history, but I find some authors (like Sarah Sundin for example) do a good job with the balance, and I also find the whole code-breaking thing fascinating. :)

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