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Evil on the Wind – Diney Costeloe

This week I read Diney Costeloe’s Evil on the Wind. It’s a moving story wound around true events of the rise of Nazi Germany just before WWII fulfilling Hitler’s desire to build an empire. A period of time the human … Continue reading

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Death’s Dark Vale – Diney Costeloe

The sequel to The Ashgrove (read The Ashgrove first). The story returns to the same location twenty years later, during World War II and occupied France. It tells of the brutality perpetrated by the wicked and callous Nazis towards ordinary … Continue reading

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The Ashgrove – Diney Costeloe

Reporter Rachel Elliot working for a local newspaper sets out to save a memorial commemorating the death of soldiers lost during World War I. In doing so, she discovers a courageous family who demonstrate personal sacrifice and how circumstances can … Continue reading

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