Monthly Archives: October 2014

Review Of Finding Sky

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? ? Finding Sky by Susan O’Brien is a great mystery that pulled me in from the very beginning and never let me go. It has mystery, friendship, a bit of romance and humor. The mystery…

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Review of Christmas On Chestnut Street

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Christmas On Chestnut Street by Nancy Thayer is a heartwarming story of family, traditions, love and Christmas. Felicia and her fiance, Archie, travel to Nantucket for Christmas and a Christmas day wedding. She wants to make…

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REST AND BE THANKFUL By Helen MacInnes

This book is one I read to relax. I don’t know how many copies I have brought over years. My curent copy is about gone and I may buy the e-format. It is nothing like her other books. Written during … Continue reading

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DOROTHY DAISY By Una Tiers

A short cozy tale with a lock room mystery. Fiona receives a call to come to her bank. Arriving she finds that a body has been found in the vault. The victim was seen leaving and the vault is on … Continue reading

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SACRED CLOWNS By Tony Hillerman

Senior officer Joe Leaphorn. Jim manages to screw up by not really paying attention to what he is doing. It’s spring all he thinking about is Janet Peete. His assignment is to locate a Indian lad who is missing from … Continue reading

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CATS CAN’T SHOOT By Clea Simons

Pru is called to a MURDER scene to take charge of a long-hair white Persian cat. The evidence points to the cat as stepping on the trigger that shot her owner DEAD. There is a discussion about the fate of … Continue reading

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THE GRAVES OF THE GUILTY By Ellery Adams

This book continues the story of the Good Hope Bible Study group. The characters have developed and began grab you as they live their lives. The story takes a more violent way. Ashley finds a body in the trunk of … Continue reading

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LINCOLN CANES

One the reasons I enjoy books so much you learn items that you might never heard about before. I had never new about this CANES until read Tony Hillerman’s SARCED CLOWNS. This a masterpiece of a book. The story revolves … Continue reading

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Review of The Whipsers

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The Whispers by Lisa Unger is a good psychological suspense short story. It is the story of the tragedy that befalls Eloise Montgomery and the beginning of her psychic ability. She did not ask or want…

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Review of The Path Of The Crooked

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The Path Of The Crooked by Ellery Adams is the first book in the Hope Street Church Mysteries series and I enjoyed it. I did not feel like it was too preachy but it gave some…

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