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March 13, 2021

To Catch a Dream by Audrey Carlan ~ a Review

by MK French


Evie Ross and her sister Suda Kaye were given a stack of letters each when their mother died of cancer, with one meant to be opened on their birthday. Suda Kaye was a free spirit and Evie stayed home and forged a successful career in finance. She doesn’t have much else in life other than her job, her sister, and her brother-in-law’s family. Discovering more letters her mother kept in a safety deposit box causes her to rethink her outlook.

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March 12, 2021

Stork Bite by L.K. Simonds ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts



"When David Walker was seventeen years old, he killed a man.
A white man." (loc 87)

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March 11, 2021

Will Rise from Ashes by Jean M. Grant ~ an Audiobook Review

by Donna Huber


This week's audiobook listen was Will Rise from Ashes by Jean M. Grant, read by Caroline Hewitt and Andrew Perkins. While considered women's fiction, and with A.J.'s journey it definitely is, I was also listening to it as a possibility of my post-apocalyptic book club.

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March 10, 2021

The Rose Code by Kate Quinn ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts 
 

"Please, the woman in the asylum prayed, looking south where he ciphered message had flown like fragile paper birds.  Believe Me." ( p 21)

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The Inheritance Games vs The Map of Tiny Perfect Things

by Alison DeLuca



This post is about two titles. The first is a book, The inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes, and the second is a movie. 

I loved one, and I was frustrated by the other. 

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March 9, 2021

Surviving Savannah by Patti Callahan ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"I'd discovered that Savannah couldn't be fully explained to those who hadn't visited it.  Photos, no matter how glorious, and movies, no matter how accurate couldn't convey the way Savannah felt - seductive and lazy, busy and slow, modern and ancient.  Savannah was a contradiction and a complicated melody that could only be known by walking through it, absorbing its every sensual detail." (loc 483)

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March 8, 2021

The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner ~ a Review

by MK French


In 18th-century London, there are whispers of a special apothecary that caters to women, giving them poisons to use against abusers. When a precocious twelve-year-old is the latest client, an error creates a string of consequences - and murders- that Caroline Parcewell discovers two centuries later. She is an aspiring historian, stumbling across a clue to the apothecary murders. There is a startling tie between her life and the apothecary's, one that can be dangerous.

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March 7, 2021

An Unexpected Peril by Deanna Raybourn ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


An Unexpected Peril is book number six in Deanna Raybourn's Veronica Speedwell series. I have not read the previous books in this series and it can be read just fine as a stand alone. Actually had I not already known that it was part of a series, I probably wouldn't have realized while reading the book.

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