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June 12, 2021

A Study in Crimson by Robert J. Harris ~ a Review

by MK French


In 1942 London, a killer known as "Crimson Jack" is copying the famous Jack The Ripper murders of 1888. Scotland Yard turns to Sherlock Holmes and his friend Watson to determine the identity of the killer before he kills again.

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June 11, 2021

Destress with These 4 Romance Novels from Michelle Major

by Susan Roberts


When life gets stressful, it's fun to pick up a romance novel.  They are usually light and fluffy, easy to read and you know that there will always be a happily ever after ending.  I find romance novels to be a fantastic stress reliever.

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June 10, 2021

4 Books for Fans of WWII Fiction

by Susan Roberts


I really enjoy reading WWII fiction about strong women who faced danger to help defeat the German Army.  Many of the women in these books are based on real-life brave women who put their lives on the line.  I've read four of these books recently that published this spring. Several of them are free ebooks for Kindle Unlimited subscribers so you can stretch your book-buying budget this month.

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June 9, 2021

Chaos Summer: Shadow and Bone and the end of Quarantine

by Alison DeLuca

Quarantine is definitely over. After we all got our vaccinations, our daughter's sports started back up with a vengeance and sent us to tournaments far afield. We spent one weekend in Maryland, and two others in a casino, all in the name of athletic competition. 

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June 8, 2021

The Witch King by H. E. Edgmon ~ a Review

by MK French

Fae rule the land of Asalin, not witches like Wyatt Croft. His betrothal to his best friend and fae prince Emyr North was supposed to change that. When his magic went awry, Wyatt fled to the world of humans. But Emyr tracks down the transgender Wyatt and plans to go through with the engagement to save his throne. Wyatt strikes a deal with the enemy to escape Asalin, but there are glimpses of the Emyr he once knew. Witches are facing worse and worse conditions, so Wyatt has to figure out if his freedom or his people are most important.

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You're All Mine by Ruth Harrow ~ an Audiobook Review

by Donna Huber

When others are reading fluffy romances on the beach, I prefer to read twisty, dark domestic thrillers. So I was looking forward to listening to You're All Mine by Ruth Harrow.

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June 7, 2021

Murder at Elm House by Helena Dixon ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Matt and Kitty are hot on the heels of the Hammets in Murder at Elm House when the story takes a dangerous turn. A complicated mystery surrounding a convalesces home and shadowy men from Scotland Yard provide plenty of adventure for your summer reading.

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June 6, 2021

Better Together by Christine Ricci ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


As a pre-teen, Freaky Friday and The Parent Trap were among my favorite books. When I saw Christine Ricci's new book Better Together described as a cross between the two I was tempted. But I don't really read much young adult novels anymore but then I thought it's summer why not and gave into nostalgia.

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