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by Donna Huber For the A to Z Challenge, I'm discussing different book genres/categories. Each day, I will give a few details about the...

July 16, 2022

Catching Up on the TBR Pile

by Donna Huber


My library system recently made it possible to request audiobooks from any library in the state. Several books that I've had in my review pile for some years that weren't available through the digital library I now can get from other libraries in the state. These are primarily ARCs I got from Netgalley which archived before I read them because I didn't have a good system in place to keep track of the books.  So if you are a big library user or just prefer to read backlist titles, today I have two you may want to check out.

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The Edge of Summer by Viola Shipman ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts



"You don't know where you're goin, if you don't know from where you came."  (loc 335)

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July 15, 2022

The Last Storm by Tim Lebbon ~ a Review

by MK French


Much of North America has turned into the Desert thanks to global warming. A young woman travels across the land, building a structure she believes will bring rain. Jesse once made rain, but stopped when his ability called down scorpions, snakes, and spiders as well as rain. Trying to stop his daughter Ash from using his tainted ability went tragically wrong, and he feels responsible for her death. When his estranged wife Karina says Ash is alive and rainmaking, they set out to find her. They're not the only ones, and at least one is seeking revenge.

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July 14, 2022

Among the Innocent by Mary Alford ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


Among the Innocent is a Christian-based suspense/romance novel set in an Amish community.  It's more of a romance novel than a suspense novel because the romance is the key storyline of the book.  I enjoyed the novel and the main characters and really enjoyed reading a book featuring Amish characters.

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July 13, 2022

The Best is Yet to Come by Debbie Macomber - A Review

By Elisabeth Scherer 


If you had the chance to start over in a new community where no one knew your past, would you take it?  In The Best is Yet to Come by Debbie Macomber we hitchhike along to find out what happens with Hope and Cade. 

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July 12, 2022

The Binding Room by Nadine Matheson ~ a Review & Excerpt

by MK French



Detective Anjelica Henley investigates a preacher's murder and discovers a barely living second victim, signs of a dark religious ritual on his skin. The inspector dodges the media and a long list of suspects, with more questions than answers. The appearance of another body indicates that if Henley can't find the killer, she might be next.

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July 11, 2022

Two More Years by EC Stilson ~ a Review #Cancer #Faith

by Alison DeLuca



Two More Years is a memoir, the story of one woman's journey through cancer. EC Stilson, or Elisa, is a mother and wife as well as a writer. Then she becomes a patient dealing with stage 4 melanoma cancer.

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July 10, 2022

The Lost Sister of Fifth Avenue by Ella Carey ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


I enjoy historical fiction books set during WWII and I enjoy books about sisters so I knew right from the start that I was going to love this book.  Plus the author has become one of my go-to authors for good WWII fiction.  I've read most of her books and they are always well written and well researched.

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