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Recent Reviews

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"Thought-provoking lessons of the past"
Between Earth And Sky
by Amanda Skenandore
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted July 7, 2018

A child sees a truckload of young children arrive at her school. These are not playmates; they are Indian children from the reservation, and her Read more...

"Can love find its way in forbidden waters?"
Built to Last
by Julie Ann Walker
Reviewed by Patti Loveday
Posted July 7, 2018

The twelfth and last book in the Black Knights, Inc. series Read more...

"If the movie classics Gaslight and Dial M for Murder had a love child, the result would be THE BREAKDOWN"
The Breakdown
by B.A. Paris
Reviewed by Lynn Cunningham
Posted July 7, 2018

Cassandra has a great life. She is a school teacher, a job she loves, is in a happy marriage to a man who is not Read more...

"Death in England as the war builds across Europe"
To Die but Once
by Jacqueline Winspear
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted July 7, 2018

Fourteenth in the popular Maisie Dobbs series is set in 1940s Read more...

"Explosive start to a new Military Working Dog romance series"
Mission To Protect
by Terri Reed
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted July 7, 2018

We've had romantic suspense series featuring police dogs and search and rescue dogs, explosives sniffers and people trackers. The natural progression to service dogs Read more...

"The game is on - let the fun begin."
The Bride Next Door
by Hope Ramsay
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted July 7, 2018

Funny how people label other people or consign them to a particular group and not necessarily as a compliment. In fact most often a definite Read more...

"The epic conclusion to an unforgettable series!"
Built to Last
by Julie Ann Walker
Reviewed by Helen Williams
Posted July 7, 2018

BUILT TO LAST is the final story in the exciting and thrilling joy ride in the Read more...

"A celebrity, a missing mother and child, and a dead nanny- can Savannah solve the case?"
Hide and Sneak
by G.A. McKevett
Reviewed by Debbie Wiley
Posted July 7, 2018

Savannah is enjoying her role being Auntie Savannah to her niece, Vanna Rose, when a new case hits too close to home. Actor Ethan Malloy Read more...

"A tale of England past, if not quite historical"
The Treacherous Heart
by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted July 7, 2018

This is a reissue of a book from the 1970s which was published under a pseudonym. You may be familiar with author Cynthia Harrod-Eagles Read more...

"Another case for the Reverend Mother in historical Cork"
Death Of A Novice
by Cora Harrison
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted July 7, 2018

Fifth in the Reverend Mother historical mystery series set in County Read more...

"Five women in the forefront of a fantasy epic"
Daughters of the Storm
by Kim Wilkins
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted July 7, 2018

This historical fantasy tale has the feel of Norse versus Celt or Briton, so be prepared for no doubt appropriate violence and strong language. The Read more...

"Inspiring and engaging... a wonderful resource for young activists!"
How I Resist
by Maureen Johnson
Reviewed by Danielle Dresser
Posted July 7, 2018

In HOW I RESIST, edited by Maureen Johnson, thirty diverse authors, actors, activists, and leaders (among other interesting Read more...

"Travel broadens the mind, and facilitates new romance"
Love in Dublin
by Jennifer Gracen
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted July 7, 2018

Newly single father Colin McKinnon works in Dublin and keeps in touch with his teenaged kids, less so with their mother. Early marriage destroyed his Read more...

"A threat to her young son could turn Mistress Blanchard into a killer"
The Reluctant Assassin
by Fiona Buckley
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted July 7, 2018

Mistress Ursula Blanchard fends off yet another suitor looking for her widow's portion of land, and gets on with looking after her home and Read more...

"Almost as good as being invited over to dinner!"
Debbie Macomber's Table
by Debbie Macomber
Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel
Posted July 7, 2018

This cookbook from Debbie Macomber is set up just like any other cookbook: breakfast, appetizers, soups and salads, mains, sides, desserts and drinks. The book Read more...

"Solving dating gone wrong!"
Shot in the Dark
by Cleo Coyle
Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel
Posted July 7, 2018

The coffeehouse is bursting with dates, thanks to a new hot dating app. The coffeehouse is known for great coffee and treats, helping it become Read more...

"Jane Austen Inspired Romance"
By the Book
by Julia Sonneborn
Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel
Posted July 7, 2018

Anne's looking to gain tenure at a small liberal arts college in California, but her lack of publication is holding her back. Each rejection Read more...

"Four percent of Americans intend to start raising chickens!"
The New Rules Of The Roost
by Robert Litt, Hannah Litt
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted July 7, 2018

Chicken owners -- just in their Oregon backyard - Robert and Hannah Litt were fascinated by the feral fowl they observed in Hawaii. Escaping during storms, various Read more...

"The past is never truly forgotten...."
Murder Notes
by Lisa Renee Jones
Reviewed by Debbie Wiley
Posted July 7, 2018

Agent Lilah Love has worked hard to forget her past, walking away from her family and a man she loved after one night took a Read more...

"This Oregon romance reminds us to care for others"
Covered Bridge Charm
by Dianne Christner
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted July 7, 2018

Carly Blosser rides a pink bicycle and keeps a pet rabbit, and she works at an assisted living home for seniors. But for all that Read more...

"Stone Barrington Is Globe Trotting To Find The Killers"
Shoot First
by Stuart Woods
Reviewed by Patricia (Pat) Pascale
Posted July 6, 2018

Stone Barrington is at it again. This time he's attending a board meeting in Key West, Florida for Arthur Steel, CEO of the Steel Read more...

"A romantic suspense series begins in Charleston"
Darkest Night
by Tara Thomas
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted July 6, 2018

The tale opens in Charleston, South Carolina, with rich, entitled young men at the country club. These are brothers from a local family; Kipling and Read more...

"A delightful and thrilling new installment in The Great Library series!"
Smoke and Iron
by Rachel Caine
Reviewed by Magdalena Johansson
Posted July 6, 2018

What would be like if the Great Library of Alexandria had never burned down? Would all the amazing knowledge that was stored there and now Read more...

"A warm mix of bitter sweet family secrets"
How to Keep a Secret
by Sarah Morgan
Reviewed by Bharti C
Posted July 6, 2018

HOW TO KEEP A SECRET by Sarah Morgan is about a family, three generations of women tied to each other through blood, but more importantly Read more...

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