Author: Elizabeth Camden

Carved in Stone by Elizabeth Camden – Book Review

Carved in Stone by Elizabeth Camden – Book Review

by Phyllis Helton
August 31, 2021
Book Reviews

I have come to expect learning interesting tidbits of scientific progress during the Progressive Era when reading books by Elizabeth Camden. Her knack for weaving history with fiction in a compelling manner makes learning these things a pleasure. Patrick and Gwen were separated by centuries of wealth and prejudice. He […]

The Prince of Spies by Elizabeth Camden – Book Review

The Prince of Spies by Elizabeth Camden – Book Review

by Phyllis Helton
February 17, 2021
Book Reviews

From the suspenseful opening sentence to the triumphal ending, The Prince of Spies had me captivated. Romeo and Juliet and Don Quixote blend in Elizabeth Camden’s unique style in this wonderful conclusion to the Hope and Glory series. Each book infuses fascinating historical tidbits in the telling of the stories […]

A Desperate Hope by Elizabeth Camden – Book Review, Preview

A Desperate Hope by Elizabeth Camden – Book Review, Preview

On Tour with Prism Book Tours Turning the tide of destruction on their town Alex Duval is one of the most endearing and dynamic of heroes! Flawed, sure. No question about that. Yet his almost larger-than-life personality with his propensity to be dramatic, to dream big, to hope big, to love […]