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September 20, 2017

Well-Written: The Way to London: A Novel of World War II by Alix Rickloff

by Susan Roberts

This is a well-written book about WWII and how it affected the lives of the rich. I can promise you that you won't like the main character at the beginning of the book - she is sarcastic and rude and a real elitist who doesn't care how other people live or how the war is changing their lives. Don't let your feelings towards her, affect your decision to continue reading this book. I think that the author deliberately made her unlikable to show how she changes throughout the book. When you finish this book, you'll be glad that you read it and left with a memory of a strong female character.

September 19, 2017

Necrospect: Chronicles of the Wizard-Detective by J. B. Markes

by MK French

Isabel Ives is an apprentice at the Academy Magus, a school for all kinds of magic and is a city unto itself. The Archseer was murdered, but is more focused on her own difficulties in the beginning, because using magic will kill her slowly. She looks for Gustobald Pitch, the necromancer on campus, who is occupied with discovering who murdered the Archseer. She is drawn into his search without really meaning to be, putting her academic future into jeopardy.

September 18, 2017

Review: If There's No Tomorrow by Jennifer L. Armentrout #MondayBlogs

by Susan Roberts

I received a copy of this book from the publisher and didn't realize that it was a YA book until I read the blurb.  My first thought was to put it down -- I don't read YA.  Then I decided to try the first 50 pages - after all a lot of my adult friends read YA - just to see what it was like.  After that, I read another 50 and then kept turning pages until I got to the end and I realized that I had been disliking a genre of books that I'd never even tried to read.  I've decided that it's time to expand my horizons and try some different genres.

September 17, 2017

Don't Miss This Book: The Best Kind of People by Zoe Whittall

Both MK French and I (Donna) read The Best Kind of People by Zoe Whittall, which hits shelves on Tuesday. We thought you might like to get both of our perspectives so here is a double review.

September 16, 2017

Featured Book: An Equation For Murder by Jayne Nichols

An Equation for Murder
A Confident Man • A Beautiful Woman • A Desperate Drug Lord

Lillian Moore, the widow of a retired US Navy Captain, thinks her life adds up to a big fat zero. But she gets more than she counts on when she returns to college and meets her mathematics professor, Sam Weiss. She is looking for adventure, not romance. Especially with someone twelve years her junior.

The adventure goes from complex to deadly when an ancient Mayan Jaguar mask unexpectedly falls into Lillian’s hands. The mask is believed to have supernatural powers, and a dying Mexican drug lord will do whatever it takes to recover the prize—including murder.

While Sam and Lillian calculate the risks of a serious romance, the drug lord sends his henchmen after the mask. Lillian is forced to drive across the border into Mexico with an increasingly unstable captor. Can Sam decipher the clues and reach her in time to save her from certain death, or will they both become part of An Equation For Murder?

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September 15, 2017

New Release: The Spirit Mage by Layton Green

by Donna Huber

The highly anticipated release of the sequel to The Brothers Three (read my review) is here! Picking up right where book 1 left off it is full steam ahead with non-stop danger for these three brothers who are transported to another universe.


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