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Reflections on the #AtoZChallenge

by Donna Huber For the A to Z Challenge, I discussed different book genres/categories. Each day, I gave a few details about the genre/catego...

October 8, 2022

The Empress of Time by Kylie Lee Baker ~ a Review

by MK French


The Empress of Time
is the sequel to The Keeper of Night (read my review here), the second half of the duology. Ren left Britain for Japan, learning about her Shinigami heritage, feeling torn between and judged wanting by both halves. While she was able to complete the impossible task of eliminating three particular yokai, she didn't count on becoming the goddess of death in Japan. Britain's goddess is now Ivy, the same leader of the gang that had tormented her. In order to stop her from reaching Japan, Ren must complete another impossible mission: find the sword that the god of storms and seas wants. While she has the help of the god of the moon, she is working against the interests of various gods and demons, and the future of Japan is at stake.

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October 7, 2022

The Secret of Snow by Viola Shipman ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Sonny Dunes, aka Amber Rose Murphy, is a 50-year-old meteorologist at a Palm Springs, California television station. When the demographic ratings come in and they tank in the key demographic of 18 - 49 year olds, Sonny finds herself replaced by a sexy AI meteorologist. After drowning her sorrows in a few too many drinks she goes on a drunken rampage at her station - on air! Nearly unemployable she is offered a job at her hometown TV station by a college "friend". Now trying to redeem her career while living at home with her mother, will Sonny discover you really can go home again?

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October 6, 2022

The Family Home by Miranda Smith ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts
 

There’s a dead man in my apartment. Only me and my ex have a key. But neither of us would have done this. We have too much to lose...

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October 5, 2022

Holiday Romance by Catherine Walsh ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Ten years ago, Molly and Andrew happened to sit next to each other on their Christmas flight home to Ireland. What started as a coincidence turns into a regular, planned occurrence. Though they occasionally cross paths during the year, the Christmas flight home is the time they spend together. Andrew is all about Christmas and family and Molly is ambivalent about the holiday and visits her family out of obligation. The flight is the highlight for Molly because she gets to spend the 7+ hours with Andrew. They catch up, discuss who they are dating or broken up with, and just enjoy being together. 

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October 4, 2022

Mad Honey by Jodi Picoult and Jennifer Finney Boylan ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


A soul-stirring new novel about what we choose to keep from our past, and what we choose to leave behind.

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October 3, 2022

The White Hare by Jane Johnson ~ a Review

by MK French


In 1954, Magda and Mila buy a new home in White Vally, Cornwall for cheap because of its bloody history. Magda wants to restore the house, and Mila just wants to start over with her daughter Janey. Janey has a vivid imagination, especially toward her rabbit, but stories of an enchanted white hare are frequently told. They don't know if the Hare is a good or evil omen. Or what would happen if it's seen. 

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October 2, 2022

Funeral Train: A Dust Bowl Mystery by Laurie Loewenstein ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"The train's desolate song suited the time and place - December, 1935 - smack in the crosshairs of the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl.  Together, they had done their worst to this raggedly piece of the Oklahoma panhandle.  Some farmers and merchants had packed up and deserted the meagerly populated High Plains.  Some had stayed but shrank into themselves, ashamed of their collective poverty." 
(p13)

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