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February 20, 2021

Shadows of the Short Days by Alexander dan Vilhjálmsson ~ a Review

by MK French


Reykjavik has industrialized magic, different kinds of creatures living alongside humans, psychoactive graffiti, and demonic familiars. There is also a rebellion, masked police, and dark magic within the city. Sæmundur is forbidden to study magic after getting thrown out of university. Garún is an artist desperate for justice and willing to do anything to achieve it. Together, they will change Reykjavik forever.

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February 19, 2021

Hadley & Grace by Suzanne Redfearn ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


Hadley & Grace is a modern Thelma and Louise with kids along for the ride.  It's a fantastic road trip to friendship and self-discovery and the readers are along for the page-turning ride as two women escape from their lives facing insurmountable odds, racing to stay one step ahead of the trouble that is chasing them.

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February 18, 2021

Gone Too Soon by Dani Atkins ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"He'd have done everything differently, if he'd known.  He'd have held her tighter, kissed her longer,, or simply wound his arms around her and refused to let her go.  If he'd known." (p 1)

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February 17, 2021

Gerta by Kateřina Tučková, Véronique Firkusny (translator) ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


I love WWII stories but having read probably hundreds of them I look for unique perspectives - I want to learn something new about that time in history. Gerta is definitely different than other WWII stories that I have read. Thematically it is a difficult story to read, but at the same time I couldn't put it down.

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February 16, 2021

5 Books for Fans of Women's Fiction

by Susan Roberts


The Romance Writers of America organization defines women's fiction as, "a commercial novel about a woman on the brink of life change and personal growth. Her journey details emotional reflection and action that transforms her and her relationships with others, and includes a hopeful/upbeat ending with regard to her romantic relationship."  It's one of my favorite genres to read and I have reviews of 5 books that cover different sub-genres - three are historical fiction - one set in Ireland in the 1920s, one during WWII, and one during the 1980s.  The other two are set in modern times - one in London and one in a small neighborhood in NY.

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February 15, 2021

An Extravagant Death by Charles Finch ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


I will admit that it was the cover that drew me to this book. It is just so beautiful and I could only hope the story within its pages was just as good. An Extravagant Death is the 14th book in the Charles Lenox Mystery series. I haven't read the previous books, but I didn't have any trouble jumping right in.

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February 14, 2021

Fireheart Tiger by Aliette de Bodard ~ a Review

by MK French


Thanh is the youngest princess and had been sent to the northern kingdom of  Ephteria as a child. She returned home when the  Ephterian palace had burned down and is now serving as a diplomat in trade relations with Ephteria. The crown princess wants her and all that they're bargaining for, and won't take no for an answer. The fire that had raged years ago threatens to come again now.

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