Her entry begins:
I recently finished League of Dragons, the last of a fantasy/alternate history series by Naomi Novik. It's set in the Napoleonic Wars in a world where humans have tamed dragons.About Buried in the Country, from the publisher:
The two main characters are Temeraire, a Chinese Imperial dragon, and his captain, Jack Lambert, a British sailor who by chance was present at his hatching and thus became his partner. They are part of the forces fighting to stop Napoleon's invasion of Britain and his attempts to take over Europe and indeed the world.
With dragons fighting alongside the men of each nation, the course of the war is...[read on]
After many years working around the world for an international charity in the late 1960s, Eleanor Trewynn has retired to the relative quiet of a small town in Cornwall. But her quiet life is short-lived when, due to her experience, the Commonwealth Relations Office reaches out to her to assist in a secret conference that is to take place in a small hotel outside the historical village of Tintagel.Learn more about the book and author at Carola Dunn's website and blog.
Meanwhile, her niece, Detective Sargent Megan Pencarrow, is investigating the disappearance of a local solicitor when she is assigned to help provide security for the conference. Two African students, refugees from Ian Smith’s Rhodesia, arrive for the conference, escorted by Megan’s bête noire from Scotland Yard. They are followed by two mysterious and sinister Londoners, whose allegiances and connections to the conference and the missing solicitor are unclear. With a raging storm having trapped everyone in the hotel, the stage is set for murder, and it’s up to Eleanor and Megan to uncover the truth before more lives are lost.
Coffee with a Canine: Carola Dunn and Trillian.
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