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July 15, 2019

A Shattered Lens by Layton Green ~ a Review

by Donna Huber

A Shattered Lens is the second book in Layton Green's Detective Preach Everson series. It is a police procedural set in a small town in North Carolina. (You can read my review of book 1 - Written in Blood - here.)

July 14, 2019

Do You Suffer From Tsundoku?

by Susan Roberts

My problem is that I  want to read every book that sounds interesting to me.  I am in a dozen Facebook groups that talk about books and read many blogs a day about books.  So here I am sitting in front of my computer:

July 13, 2019

7 Books to Read This Summer

by Susan Roberts

Do you need a good book to throw into your beach bag when you go to relax at the pool or the lake?  I have reviews of seven new books today that are perfect to read while you enjoy the hot summer sun.  Do you have others to add to the list?

July 12, 2019

Window on the Bay by Debbie Macomber ~ a Review

by Donna Huber

I first discovered Debbie Macomber when I picked up one of her Christmas books and loved it. I haven't missed her Christmas book since. However, I haven't really tried her other books so I thought I would give her new stand-alone novel Window on the Bay a chance.

July 11, 2019

Thirteen Across by Dan Grant ~ a Review & Interview

by MK French

I stayed up far too late devouring it

A train is derailed as FBI Special Agent Kate Morgan is on her way to a congressional hearing regarding her involvement in a prior case. Waiting for her is a briefcase and clues to a macabre crossword that was tattooed onto human skin. She is sent from one place to another throughout Washington, DC, and the clues on the skins as well as the locations point to illegal human research, the development of the perfect soldier, and the fact that those at the highest levels of office had been the ones calling the shots. She has her own part in the history of this killer, and she will have to not only figure out the clues before the midnight deadline but to save as many lives as she can.

July 10, 2019

Doctor Sleep, aka I Miss the Overlook

by Alison DeLuca

The upcoming movie version of Doctor Sleep made me return to this novel. I bought it years ago, excited by a return to Danny Torrance and his Shining, now an adult. The cover was beautiful, the description compelling: Danny must save a 12-year-old girl from a tribe of murderous paranormals.


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