Tag Archives: Novel

THE NIGHT THE LIGHTS WENT OUT By Karen White

  A novel by Karen White is always an entertaining read. I thoroughly enjoyed this one. A story of two women that click, although they are of different generations. Both women have secrets. In Sweet Apple, Georgia there is a … Continue reading

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HONEST TO DOG By Neil Plakcy

This adventure of Steve Vitan and Rochester is more of a novel with a tinge of mystery Rick introduces Steve to his friend Doug who is going through a bitter divorce. Doug asks Steve to use his computer skills to … Continue reading

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DOG HAVE MERCY By Neil Plakcy

I have read this series and feel each book is an improvement over the last, both in the editorial areas and the story. Rochester is I’ll and Steve Levitan arrives to find the vets in turmoil. Some drugs are missing. … Continue reading

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BOOMER’S BUCKET LIST By Sue Pethick

I don’t normally read romances but I do enjoy books about dogs and the cover caught my eye. What delightful and entertaining story. Boomer is a mixed Lab/Golden retriever who has a bad heart and given about six months to … Continue reading

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FROM THE SIDELINES By Amy Avanzino

Chick Lit is not my preferred reading, but I found I couldn’t put the book down I followed Autumn Kovac and her son Zachary/Zeke learned about PeeWee sports. Her only son Zachary wanted to play football. Not really wanting to … Continue reading

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MAGGIE DOVE By Susan Breen

The first in a new series featuring Maggie Dove. She is a retired author and has been teaching Sunday School 30 years. An oak tree planted by her daughter is growing on her ground. The daughter was the victim in … Continue reading

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MURDER AT MORNINGSIDE By Sandra Bretting

The clever cover caught my eye as this a new author for me. Missy DuBois, a custom hat designer goes to Morningside Manor to fix the veil for a bride and her bridesmaids. The bride is found dead in one … Continue reading

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A FRONT PAGE AFFAIR By Radha Vetsal

An outstanding historical mystery by an author I hadn’t read before. Set in New York at the turn of the 21st century. Capability (Kitty) Weeks is the Society Editor assistant for the newspaper, the Sentinel. Kitty attends a high society … Continue reading

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MURDER AT 42ND STREET LIBRARY By Con Lehane

I found the plot engrossing and original. I was disappointed that much of the story was mixed and a lot of unnecessary verbiages. It was necessary to repeat the reading in order to know which character and location the words … Continue reading

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THE SUMMER BEFORE THE WAR By Helen Simpson

A powerful compelling story about war, written in 1914 set in East Sussex, England. War has been declared as Germany has invaded Belgium sending refugees to England. The leaders of the small town of Rye prepare to accept a consignment … Continue reading

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