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June 20, 2021

A Lady in Attendance by Rachel Fordham ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


It's 1898 in upper New York State.  Hazel has just gotten out of five years in the state reformatory.  She knows that she'll never get a job if people know her past so she uses an alias when she applies for a job as a Lady in Attendance for dentist Gilbert Watts.  He is a quiet and unassuming man who becomes very impressed with Hazel and her skills at handling his patients. The more he gets to know her, the more he realizes that she is hiding major secrets about her past.  When she finally tells him about her past, he has to decide if he will continue to pursue her romantically or let her go.  As Rachel works hard to clear her name she has to decide if she will stay with Gil or if she will leave and start another new life.  Will the soft-spoken Gil and the hardened Hazel be able to find love and a safe place in the world?

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June 19, 2021

Murder at the Fair by Verity Bright ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Whether you are relaxing on your front porch or taking a trip to the beach, this cozy mystery is the perfect accompaniment. It is a quick, fun read that I finished in just a couple of days - great for a lazy weekend of reading.

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June 18, 2021

Rabbits by Terry Miles ~ a Review

by MK French


Rabbits is an alternate reality game that began in 1959, using the entire world as its canvas. Ten editions had come out since its beginning, with nine winners that no one can identify, and no one knows what they actually won. Now it's the eleventh iteration, and the millionaire Scarpio, rumored to be the sixth winner, hires the Rabbits obsessive K to fix what went wrong with the game. But Scarpio goes missing before K can figure it out, and the world may pay the price.

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June 17, 2021

Crown of the Sundered Empire by J.C. Kang ~ a Review

by MK French


Tomas has a misshapen face and a glass eye, so the townsfolk make fun of him. The only person that doesn’t is the Rune vendor’s daughter, and he tries to convince her that he has second sight to impress her. However, when magic-fearing invaders remove his mismatched eye, the glass replacement is actually demon-infested. Now he truly has second sight after a fashion and has to use his cunning to maneuver through the world without letting the surrounding armies know about the demon, which would carry a death sentence.

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Primordial by David L Sobel ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"'People are dying...getting killed.  I have given you eight murders, but there are likely many more.  I have also given you the next probable five.  Those people, they are targets.'" (p 14)

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June 16, 2021

2 Audiobooks for Fans of Historical Fiction

by Donna Huber


There is not much I love more on a warm summer day than to lay in the shade with my eyes closed and a breeze softly wafting across my skin. What makes that scenario even better? An audiobook that transports me to a different time or place. Two audiobooks that I recently listened are perfect for such a day. Both are historical fiction stories based on real people in real places.

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