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reviewed Flight of Shadows: A Novel. December 09, 2011
Flight of Shadows: A Novel
   If you love futuristic sci-fi/fantasy books put this one on your list. Not so future America has become segregated into a large, protected colony ruled by religion, or outside of those walls of protection lies the a caste system where the destitute live in Soovie (SUV) parks and are at the mercy of the rich and untouchable. Beyond that, few know, but rumors are that true freedom exists, …
reviewed Surrender the Heart (Surrender to Des.... November 09, 2011
Surrender the Heart (Surrender to Destiny)
   Being English, I grew up with stories of naval battles, Hornblower, Bolitho and co. Being a girl, I mourned the lack of female role models in such tales of valor. And being an avid reader I just borrowed my brother’s books.   MaryLu Tyndall creates a fun heroine in her historical naval romance, Surrender the Heart, though there were times when I could wish the reluctantly …
reviewed Pieces of Light. June 21, 2011
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Pieces of Light
"Pieces of Light" is a Christian suspense novel. This book was the third in a series, but you don't need to read the previous novels to understand this one...though you'll probably like the ongoing characters better if you have. Also, this one didn't spoil the mysteries in the previous novels.      The suspense was built nicely by having Dinah and the FBI …
reviewed Pompeii: City on Fire. May 31, 2011
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Pompeii: City on Fire
Pompeii: City on Fire is a well-written, fast-paced Christian historical novel that contained some romance. It's set mainly in Pompeii in 76 AD. I suspect that both men and women would enjoy the story. The author expertly used historical details to completely immerse the reader in the culture, setting, and time period without slowing the fast pacing. I was left feeling like this was the true story …
reviewed Judgment Day: A Novel. May 05, 2011
Judgment Day: A Novel
   Suzanne Kidwell has a weekly cable news show, Judgment Day, where she exposes criminal doings among businessmen, politicians and religious leaders. She may not be quite as ethical as she portrays herself, but she’s certainly queen of the ratings, and cutting a few corners to get more viewers is nothing more than standard practice. Unfortunately, others cut corners too, and when …
reviewed Diagnosis Death - Prescription for Tr.... April 15, 2011
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Diagnosis Death - Prescription for Trouble Series
   Diagnosis Death by Richard L. Mabry Ph.D. is the third book in the Prescription for Trouble medical thriller series. Dr. Elena Gardner is still grieving the death of her husband Mark, who died after a cerebral hemorrhage left him brain dead. The circumstances of his actual death are under suspicion because while Elena doesn't remember turning off his ventilator, she can't swear …
reviewed Blood of the Prodigal: An Amish-Count.... April 15, 2011
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Blood of the Prodigal: An Amish-Country Mystery
   Blood of the Prodigal by P.L. Gaus is the latest book in the Amish Country mystery series featuring Professor Michael Branden, Pastor Cal Troyer and Sheriff Bruce Robertson. These three childhood friends have remained close in their lives in Millersburg, Ohio, within Amish country. They have used their friendship and various skills in the past to solve mysteries within the area, but they …
reviewed Flight of Shadows: A Novel. April 08, 2011
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Flight of Shadows: A Novel
   Flight of Shadows by Sigmund Brouwer is the sequel to Broken Angel about Caitlyn Brown. Caitlyn has escaped Appalachia and started a new life working as a maid in a hotel. Billy and Theo are still waiting to meet her so they can seek freedom in the West together. Mason has emerged from his on personal hell with one less eye and even deeper madness and darkness in his soul. Pierce hasn't …
reviewed Broken Angel: A Novel. April 08, 2011
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Broken Angel: A Novel
   Broken Angel by Sigmund Brouwer is the first of two books featuring Caitlyn Brown in a dystopian world where she has something that many people are willing to kill her for. Caitlyn was raised in the religious community of Appalachia by her father Jordan. The community is run by Bar Elohim and kept under tight control, where everyone's actions and constantly recorded on vidphone and …
reviewed Diagnosis Death. April 08, 2011
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Diagnosis Death
Diagnosis Death is a medical suspense novel with a romance. While I was able to figure out whodunit before the big reveal, the answer to the last mysterious bit was a surprise. While the reader wasn't told from the beginning who was behind the calls, etc., the story wasn't really about investigating the mystery. The mystery wasn't solved earlier only because Elena was terrified that she …
reviewed Edge: A Novel. April 05, 2011
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Edge: A Novel
   Attack at the Arena by Paul McCusker & Marianne Hering is the second book in the Imagination Station series from Adventures in Odyssey. Cousins Paul and Beth returned safely from the Viking era with the sunstone only to find that there is another quest them must undertake in order to rescue Albert from Lord Darkthron. Mr. Whittaker, the Imagination Station's creator, gives the …
reviewed Voyage with the Vikings (AIO Imaginat.... April 05, 2011
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Voyage with the Vikings (AIO Imagination Station
   Voyage with the Vikings by Paul McCusker & Marianne Hering is the first book in the Imagination Station series from Adventures in Odyssey. The Imagination Station was created by Mr. Whittaker who runs a soda shop called Whit's End. It's a bit like a time machine, but Whit is having troubles with it. It won't work for him, but when cousins Paul and Beth step inside, it …
reviewed Wolves Among Us: A Novel (Chronicles .... March 31, 2011
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Wolves Among Us: A Novel (Chronicles of the
   Wolves Among Us by Ginger Garrett is the rare book that will both keep you up at night from the suspense and take your breath away with the beauty of the writing. Stefan has long been the priest for the small German town of Dinfoil, in 1538 that made him one of the premier authorities within the village. When two bodies are dumped on the church steps, Stefan insists on calling in an Inquisitor …
reviewed Andi's Indian Summer (Circle C Beginn.... March 29, 2011
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Andi's Indian Summer (Circle C Beginnings #2)
   Andi's Indian Summer by Susan K. Marlow is the second book in the Circle C Beginnings series about six-year-old Andi's life on a ranch in 1874 California. In this book, Andi and Riley, her eight-year-old friend, take a ride on their horses across the fields and hills to a creek. When some local Indians make an appearance, Andi is terrified because of the dime novel Riley was reading …
reviewed Bound by Guilt. March 24, 2011
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Bound by Guilt
   Bound by Guilt by C.J. Darlington is the sequel to Thicker Than Blood. Roxi Gold has never felt truly wanted anywhere. Taken from her mother at the age of eight after suffering a terrible accident, she was shuttled from foster home to group home until a cousin of her mother's named Irene took her in. Life with Irene and her teenaged son Diego isn't what most people would consider …
reviewed Andi's Pony Trouble (Circle C Beginni.... March 21, 2011
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Andi's Pony Trouble (Circle C Beginnings #1)
   Andi's Pony Trouble by Susan K. Marlow is the first book in the Circle C Beginnings series and is aimed at early chapter book readers. Andi is sure that because she is almost six that she is ready for a horse of her own. She's sick of riding "pokey hand-me-down pony" Coco who doesn't go any faster than a trot. When Andi's mom points out that Andi doesn't …
reviewed Bathsheba: A Novel (The Wives of King.... March 18, 2011
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Bathsheba: A Novel (The Wives of King David)
   Bathsheba by Jill Eileen Smith is the third book in the Wives of King David Series. Bathsheba is the beautiful young wife of Uriah, one of King David's Thirty, his leading warriors. War often keeps Uriah away from home, and Bathsheba is lonely and a bit angry that his absence has kept her from becoming pregnant. She knows a child would fill her heart and keep her from missing her …
reviewed The Shadow Things. March 18, 2011
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The Shadow Things
"The Shadow Things" is a Christian historical novel set in southern Britain, apparently sometime in the late 5th century. There was a nice level of setting and everyday historical detail to bring the story alive in my imagination.      The main focus of the story was about a few members of a pagan tribe choosing to follow Christ and the conflict between them and those …
reviewed The Caregiver: Families of Honor, Boo.... March 17, 2011
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The Caregiver: Families of Honor, Book One
   The Caregiver by Shelley Shepard Gray is the first book in the Families of Honor series. Lucy Troyer is traveling alone on a train to Jacob's Crossing to help care for her cousin Mattie who is battling cancer. Lucy's still trying to get her life back after the death of her husband, Paul, a year ago. Although they were only married for two years, Lucy was permanently changed by …
reviewed A Trail of Ink: The Third Chronicle o.... March 15, 2011
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A Trail of Ink: The Third Chronicle of Hugh de
   A Trail of Ink by Mel Starr is the third book in the Hugh de Singleton, Surgeon series which takes place in 14th century England. Hugh has gone to Oxford to visit his former teacher and friend Master John Wyclif who quickly asks him to discover who has stolen his entire library of twenty-two books, quite a collection at that time. Hugh has another reason to spend time in Oxford, Kate …
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