mystery

Book Review: Don’t Go By Lisa Scottoline

DON’T GO By: Lisa Scottoline Published: April 1, 2013 Publisher: St. Martin’s Press Fiction Dr. Mike Scanlon, an orthopedist, is overseas serving his country in Afghanistan.  Back home his wife, Chloe, and seven-month-old daughter, Emily, are trying to survive without him.  In just a month, his tour will be over and he will be home…
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Book Spotlight and Giveaway: Silence for the Dead By Simone St. James

SILENCE FOR THE DEAD By: Simone St. James Published: April 1, 2014 Fiction Sadly, I can’t get to every single book I want to read.  But, there are some books that sound so intriguing that I want to tell you about them. SILENCE FOR THE DEAD isn’t my typical genre.  I don’t usually choose mysteries,…
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Book Review: The Sister Season By Jennifer Scott

THE SISTER SEASON By: Jennifer Scott Published:  November 5, 2013 Fiction In the first pages of THE SISTER SEASON, we are confronted with scandal, drama and secrets.  Your jaw will drop and you will want to keep reading to find out more about the Yancey family.  Elise, the mother, has spent the last forty-seven years…
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Book Review: One Breath Away by Heather Gudenkauf

ONE BREATH AWAY By:  Heather Gudenkauf Published: June 26, 2012 ***** In her most emotionally charged novel to date, “New York Times” bestselling author Heather Gudenkauf explores the unspoken events that shape a community, the ties between parents and their children and how the fragile normalcy of our everyday life is so easily shattered. In…
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Review: A Murderous Procession by Ariana Franklin

Adelia is back in this thrilling fourth installment of the Mistress of the Art of Death series. In 1176, King Henry II sends his daughter Joanna to Palermo to marry his cousin, the king of Sicily. Henry chooses Adelia Aguilar, his Mistress of the Art of Death, to travel with the princess and safeguard her…
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