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March 27, 2021

3 Books for Teens

by MK French 


Earlier this week I featured three books for younger readers and today I have three books for teens. Spring Break and summer are quickly approaching and it is really important to keep kids reading during these school breaks - maybe if more important this year with all the disruptions to school. But the teen years can be a difficult time to keep them engaged with reading outside of school assignments. Hopefully one of these books will spark their interest.

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March 26, 2021

The Kaiser's Web by Steve Berry ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Whenever I read a Steve Berry book I always wonder why I haven't read more of his books. As a fan of Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan series, Berry's books are a no-brainer to pick up. The Kaiser's Web is the perfect blend of spy thriller and historical novel.

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March 25, 2021

Forget Me Not by Alexandra Oliva ~ a Review

by MK French


Linda has to live in Seattle, which is a huge change from the woods she had been living in since she was abandoned as a child. She might have a friend in a neighbor that moves into her building and sees the possibility of virtual reality as an escape from her anxiety and the world she doesn't feel comfortable with. A fire at her childhood home brings her back for the first time in years and being there challenges her safety as well as her memory and sense of self.

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March 24, 2021

The Girl in the Painting by Tea Cooper ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts



A young prodigy in need of family.
A painting that shatters a woman’s peace.
And a decades-old mystery demanding to be solved.

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March 23, 2021

3 Books for Kids

by MK French


Are you looking for something fun to put in your kids' Easter baskets that's not full of sugar? Or perhaps you would like for them to take a break from screens this spring break. Well, today I have 3 books that should entertain your kids.

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Raft of Stars by Andrew J. Graff ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"He closed his eyes and opened them.  Forget it, he told himself.  At least for now.  That's something his mother used to tell him when he couldn't sleep and worried about not sleeping.  'You have permission to forget it', she'd tell him.  'Just for a minute, just enjoy your pillow, just rest, let it go.  Close your eyes and sail away from troubles on a raft made of stars.' " (p 136)

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March 22, 2021

Danger in Numbers by Heather Graham ~ a Review

by MK French


Special Agent Amy Larson is called to investigate a ritual murder in Florida, and it's pulling in Special Agent Hunter Forrest, who has experience with violent cults. The local community is devastated by the murder, but people know more than they're saying. The group they're hunting is determined to carry out their vision to the very end.

Amazon affiliate links are used on this site. A free book was provided for an honest review.

March 21, 2021

A Bloody Stiletto, Cold Lasagna and a Bestseller by Cheryl Denise Bannerman ~ an Audiobook Review

by Donna Huber


As I mentioned in my review of Cats, Cannolis and a Curious Kidnapping, I was willing to give another book in Cheryl Denise Bannerman's Anna Romano series a try. So I listened to A Bloody Stiletto, Cold Lasagna and a Bestseller this week.

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