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May 11, 2019

All the Lovely Children by Andrew Nance ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts



"She tossed the ball up a couple of times and then heard a soft sound, followed by another, and then another. Sudden fear coursed through Savannah. She couldn't tell which direction the noise came from but she thought it sounded like three soft footsteps, like someone sneaking around, maybe even creeping up on her. She noted how loud her breathing was and how her heartbeat was way too fast.  The sound was never repeated, but she was still certain someone was close by. She could sense them."

May 10, 2019

Before She Was Found by Heather Gudenkauf ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


 A gripping thriller about three young girlfriends, a dark obsession and a chilling crime that shakes up a quiet Iowa town.

May 9, 2019

Stoker's Wilde by Stephen Hopstaken and Melissa Prusi ~ a Review

by MK French


Long before they became literary legends, Bram Stoker and Oscar Wilde had to team up to fight the Black Bishop. He wields supernatural forces with the intention of taking over the British Empire, so the two have to work together and with experts in the supernatural to battle werewolves and vampires in Victorian England.

May 8, 2019

Hidden Treasures on the Internet

by Alison DeLuca

Image by 470906 from Pixabay

Over the past few weeks, I went looking for beautiful and positive places on social media. In the middle of endless bickering and infinite selfies I found some accounts that exist to make our lives  more wonderful.

May 7, 2019

Superbly Written ~ Lost Roses by Martha Hall Kelly

by Donna Huber



I loved Lilac Girls so when I heard that Martha Hall Kelly had a new book coming out I was excited. Lost Roses is set during WWI, a period I don't read a lot, so this would be a test. Did I love Lilac Girls because it is in a favorite genre or because Kelly is a talented storyteller?

May 6, 2019

The Key to Happily Ever After by Tif Marcelo ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


I love reading books about sisters. As the oldest of three sisters, I can tell you that this book is very true to real life - three sisters having frequent disagreements but always having each other's backs when life gets tough.  These three sisters are struggling to keep the family wedding planning business successful. Their parents had started the business and when they retired, they turned the business over to their daughters - Mari, Jane, and Pearl. This is a sweet romantic comedy about the power of sisterhood.

May 5, 2019

Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale by Lauren Myracle, Illustrated by Isaac Goodhart ~ a Review

by MK French

Selina Kyle, the future Catwoman, is left homeless at age fifteen. Living on the streets of Gotham City is tough, and she has to struggle to survive. In a time of her life when she normally should be figuring out what kind of person she is, Selina also has to figure out how to achieve any of her dreams.

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