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reviewed Goodreads. September 25, 2010
Goodreads
Of the various sites out there for adding, cataloging and reviewing books, I have found that I like GoodReads over all of them. Perhaps it is the ease of use mostly since computer accessibility and utilization …
reviewed The Bridge Is Gone. September 22, 2010
The Bridge Is Gone, ©2008, (1st)
Perhaps it was because we are around the same age and have many years to look back on that I so much became involved and appreciated the poetry in The Bridge is Gone by Manny Moreno. Actually, he set …
reviewed My Soul to Take. September 20, 2010
My Soul to Take (Soul Screamers Book 1)
When you read a young adult book where young girls are interested in the attentions of the most popular boys, talking about the last high school game, or taking part in your favorite school group like …
MommyBest: 13 Inspirational Lessons Derek &
As I began to work on this review, the thought came to mind that the title of the book was just a bit much...but it is so reflective of the author, don't you think?! No, you may not know her or ever meet …
To America and Around the World: The Logs of
I have learned one important fact about the books written and published by Adolph Caso--you always get more than you expected! I was all prepared to read the original logs from Christopher Columbus and …
reviewed Thirteen Hours. September 12, 2010
Thirteen Hours
Did you ever read a book that got your adrenalin going? Well, Deon Meyer has given us such a book with Thirteen Hours! Seriously, readers, if you haven't read him yet, well, you are missing one of the …
reviewed Deuces Are Wild. September 11, 2010
Deuces Are Wild
Into Music and its celebrity? Then you just might want to read Deuces Are Wild by Jan Bornstein. This book is the final in a trilogy, but stands alone to bring readers into the music world surrounding …
The Jumper Chronicles: The Quest for Merlin's Map
For those who loved Harry Potter, you will find many similarities to the new series The Jumper Chronicles by W. C. Peever, with the Quest for Merlin's Map, as the first book. Once Merlin is introduced …
reviewed Body Heat. August 31, 2010
Body Heat
Roderick Guerrero had only been 15 when he had fell in love with Sophia St. Claire. They had both lived in Bordertown, but Rod was also the illegitimate son of an important man in town. Though his mother …
reviewed Point of Entry: A Novel. August 27, 2010
Point of Entry: A Novel
I'm not much into politics; however, if our politicians did what was done in Point of Entry by Peter Schechter, I'd be full of praise and involvement. Alternative History is an interesting genre that …
Dead Head: A Dirty Business Mystery (Dirty
Caroline Sturgis was one of Paula Holliday's clients--in fact, she was one of her most important clients who had also become a friend. She had been working with her for three years and had slowly been …
The Big Dirt Nap: A Dirty Business Mystery (Dirty
There is only one flower in the second novel, The Big Dirt Nap, by Rosemary Harris--a corpse flower! It had gotten the name by its smell... When the police find Paula Holliday's business card in the pocket …
Pushing Up Daisies: A Dirty Business Mystery
There are few cozy mystery series that I do not thoroughly enjoy. When you add a bit of humor, it is even more fun to read. If you agree with me, then I highly recommend you check out Rosemary Harris' …
reviewed From The Dead. August 14, 2010
From The Dead
Jesse Barlow was just 18 when he left his Ohio home to become an actor in California. He found his way there and did get a few walkon parts through the years. He worked in a photo shop and had become …
reviewed Torn from Normal. August 13, 2010
Torn from Normal
Sometimes books are not an escape--rather they are an incredibly real story that makes a long-term impression on those who read it. But how do you work to ensure that the book is placed into the hands …
The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven: A Remarkable
I am purposely slanting my review of this book...I am not going to share anything that was written by Alex! Fair to my readers, maybe not...but I consider this book a must-read for anybody who will listen …
A Travel in Time to Grand Pré: Second Edition
A Travel in Time to Grand Pre by Michele Doucette was not in the least what I was expecting. Instead, it is a unique, fascinating plunge into history! It also explores genealogy, Biblical archaeology, …
It's Murder, My Son (A Mac Faraday Mystery)
Everybody by now knows that I thoroughly enjoy series, so it's no surprise that It's Murder, My Son gets a high recommendation from me! But first the storyline and characters have to have grabbed me! …
2 in the Hat: A Novel of Suspense
Stop! If you haven't read 8 In the Box, this is my only warning...Get It and Start from the beginning of this series! It's out in paperback now...    Former ADA from Boston, Raffi …
8 in the Box: A Novel of Suspense
When I got the offer to review Raffi Yessayan's second book and saw it was the second in a series, I had a sense of serendipity and offered a two for one...give me both books and I'll review and post …
It Ain't Just The Size
When a young man in today's world has something he needs to say to America, a memoir won't do, and a novel will detract and limit. M. G. Hardie chose the screenplay format for his new book, It Ain't Just …
reviewed Cataclysm Children. July 28, 2010
Cataclysm Children
If I were a parent, or a concerned adult, there are some books about which I would want to be told. Paul Nemeth has written such a book--Cataclysm Children. Some will call it a great action, suspense …
reviewed White Heat. July 27, 2010
White Heat
I loved the slow, intense buildup of the relationship between lead characters, Nate Ferrentino and Rachel Jessop in Brenda Novak, novel, White Heat...that's out TODAY! It is also the first in a new trilogy, …
reviewed Shadow Cay. July 24, 2010
Shadow Cay
It was a beautiful setting, a beautiful island--but it was more than that, it was in the perfect location. It could be controlled and could be accessed by those coming in from Columbia. Movement on to …
Future Imperfect Book One: Crucifying Angel
On a discussion board at Facebook's Reviewers Roundup Group, the author stated: "I'm writing crime thrillers where action HAS to happen. I give my major characters HUGE interior conflicts to deal with …
reviewed The Third Rail. July 18, 2010
The Third Rail
The Third Rail by Michael Harvey was my first time reading this author. He has also authored The Chicago Way and The Fifth Floor . I'm going to assume that the first two are just as riveting and will …
reviewed Daughter Am I. July 16, 2010
Daughter Am I
I had just finished reading the new humorous book about aging by Jeanne Kraus when I turned to read Daughter Am I by Pat Bertram. With the frame of mind started by Jeanne, I have to say that I was totally …
Wrinkles, Waistlines, and Wet Pants: Improbable
Somehow with retirement, I've developed more of a sense of humor than I ever had, especially about myself! So it was a fun, easy choice for me to accept Wrinkles, Waistlines, and Wet Pants by Jeanne R …
Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves
Would you like to meet a really cool dude? I recently met Jack Sloan who was created by Larry Seeley in his book, Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves. I have to tell you that if Seeley hadn't already said he …
reviewed Deceit: A Novel. July 10, 2010
Deceit: A Novel
Brandilyn Collins has produced another trademark book of Seatbelt Suspense, with her latest novel out this month, Deceit. It's another winner for this author--so be sure not to miss this one!    Joann …
reviewed The Thieves of Heaven. July 08, 2010
The Thieves of Heaven
Have you ever finished a book that was so enjoyable that you just had to tell somebody?! Well I've just read The Thieves of Heaven by Richard Doetsch and so YOU are the one I'm going to tell! Cool, right? …
Last Writes: A Forensic Handwriting Mystery
I must say that the first paragraph of Sheila Lowe's new book had me hooked! And that doesn't happen too often. Perhaps I had envisoned an entirely different type of story, based upon the title--you know, …
The 19th Element: A James Becker Nuclear Thriller
It was just luck that I happened to read The Missing Element first, because it quickly pulled me in as a fan of this series. One of the reasons why I wanted to read the book is that he advertised it as …
Dead Write: A Forensic Handwriting Mystery
I had purchased Dead Write by Sheila Lowe a number of months ago, but hadn't had the time to enjoy one of my favorite author books. But it still surprised me when I got her invitation to her book launching …
Memoirs From The Asylum
"I hope...that it has made you think and feel."    The old movie, The Snake Pit with Gloria DeHavilland (1948) was on television this week. I remember when I first watched it, I was …
Sacred Unions, Sacred Passions: Engaging the
I have made the outlandish suggestion that there is more to oneness in male-female relationships and sexuality than just sex or marriage. (p. 145)     What if cross-sex communion with …
Women's Anatomy of Arousal: Secret Maps to Buried
One of my passions and concerns is how America has evolved into a sexualized nation that "uses" sex to sell just about anything on TV and works to reach our young children to bring them into this world, …
DIARY OF AN OXYGEN THIEF By Anonymous
This book--diary--might be somebody's true story. It might be yours. We'll never know. I can only tell you as a reviewer of Diary Of An Oxygen Thief, it resonates with the pain, the discouragement, the …
Blood Ransom (Mission Hope Series)
Professionally they made a good team--Natalie Sinclair worked to eliminate diseases in Dhambizao and Chad Talcott was a doctor volunteering at a small clinic there. How they met and came together is an …
reviewed Into Protection. June 21, 2010
Into Protection
Believe me, after you read Into Protection by Terry Chaudhuri, you might think twice about being a witness for the Prosecution. Don't even think about accepting "protection" through the Witness Protection …
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