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March 20, 2021

The Memory Collectors by Kim Neville ~ a Review

by MK French


Ev can feel the emotions left behind on belongings and thinks most of them should be destroyed. She'll sell harmless ones at Vancouver's Chinatown Night Market. Harriet hoards thousands of these objects, making her neighbors feel sick. She needs Ev's help to make a museum out of her collection, especially when the last person they know who had Ev's gift had spiraled out of control in response to objects. While they want to make sure that never happens again, the darkness is reaching out once more.

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March 19, 2021

The Poet by Lisa Renee Jones ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts



Some call him friend or boss.
Some call him husband or dad.
Some call him son, even a favorite son.

But the only title that matters to him is the one the media has given him: The Poet.

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March 18, 2021

Cats, Cannolis and a Curious Kidnapping by Cheryl Denise Bannerman ~ an Audiobook Review

by Donna Huber



I love cozy mysteries and I'm sure you know I love cats if you've seen my social media pictures. To start a new cozy series (with book 1) that has cats sounded like a win for me. I was also hoping for a cannoli recipe. So it was with some anticipation I that began Cats, Cannolis and a Curious Kidnapping.

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March 17, 2021

Into the Blue by Kay Bratt ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"Jonah was ready for battle.  He wouldn't let the universe come for his family again.  It was time to flex and send the message that no matter what it threw in their paths, they were stronger and they would beat it." (pg 87)

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March 16, 2021

Mystery by the Sea by Verity Bright ~ a Review

by Donna Huber

After the eventful Christmas season, Lady Eleanor Swift decided to treat herself and her staff to a holiday by the sea. As it is only March and still the off-season, Brighton should provide a quiet yet enjoyable time away. However, when Eleanor arrives at the Grand just in time to see a body being carried away she knows that this is going to be anything but a quiet holiday. Especially when the body turns out to be her dead husband.

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March 15, 2021

The Sweet Taste of Muscadines by Pamela Terry ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts



"Growing up in the south is not for the faint of heart.  An enigmatic place at the best of times, it is paradoxical to the core.  Finding your way through the various switchbacks and roundabouts that make up the overgrown maze of its personality can be a bewildering experience and one that often takes a lifetime, at least.  Just when you think you have it solidly in your sights, it slips around a corner, leaving only the faint fragrance of a fading magnolia hanging in the muggy air...It's a land where heart-stopping beauty and heart rendering ugliness flourish in tandem, a land of kindness and hate,  of ignorance and wit, of integrity, blindness and pride." (loc 231)

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March 14, 2021

The Choice I Made by Cynthia Ellingsen ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


One day you will understand that the heart is only as fragile as the choices we make. I tell you this now – we all make surprising decisions for love. Ones that can tear our hearts out and leave us begging for answers. The most painful choice I’ve ever made, my dearest, was to say goodbye to you.

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