Molly Green Explores Gender Equality and a Woman’s Dreams of Flight in ‘A Sister’s Courage’ [REVIEW]

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Pilots wearing parachutes for a demonstration flight for the Air Transport Auxiliary Service in which they are to replace male pilots, freeing them for combat duty in World War II. January 10, 1940. (Photo by Telegraph)

Three sisters. A world at war. One dream worth risking everything for. Fiercely determined to live life on her own terms, one woman does whatever it takes to soar to new heights in Molly Green’s empowering novel, A Sister’s Courage. Read more of this post

Chaos, Betrayal and Deceit Abound in Sandra Brown’s ‘Tailspin’ [REVIEW]

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A skilled pilot is determined to get his cargo to its destination in one piece in Sandra Brown’s Tailspin. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A daring pilot. A mysterious package. A race against time. Will he be able to keep his cargo from getting into the wrong hands? Find out in Sandra Brown’s thrilling novel,  Tailspin. Read more of this post