When Sandra Sperling emailed me and asked if I would consider reading her book in return for an honest review (see my review policy) I immediately told her that I was all in - I mean, how can you resist the title of the book? Not to mention that at the time she asked I … Continue reading The Beginner’s Guide to Spouse Removal by Sandra Sperling
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Mavis Davis is a former social worker turned Private Investigator in Houston Texas who has never investigated anything but whether or not a house is in shape for foster children when the owner of a greasy spoon walks into her office and pays cash for her to find out who murdered his waitress Doris Jones. … Continue reading My First Murder by Susan P. Baker
This is a short book about grief. It is beautifully written and details in depth the struggle of letting go of a loved one. The book covers the last three days that the author spent with his pet cat Marcel. During this time period Jan has to come to terms not only with the fact … Continue reading A World Without Color by Bernard Jan
In the year 2088 there are 650,000 people living in space. This new old has been made by printers that are so advanced (AI) they get to choose who can program them. The first murder has occured in space, the victim is a programmer with a hidden identity, he was a Catholic priest so Rome … Continue reading Printer’s Choice by W. L. Patenaude
I like kooky stories and kooky characters. I like being able to read a book that just takes me away to a place even less sane than my own life. This is one of those stories. The main character, Gladie (short for Gladys), does not keep a job longer than a couple of weeks but … Continue reading An Affair to Dismember by Elise Sax
Set in East Texas in 1923, Wintergreen has written a compelling love story at a time when homosexual love was not only illegal, but it could result in death by judgmental neighbors. The story is well written and researched for a true picture of the area during the early 1920’s. The KKK was popular, blacks … Continue reading A Little Sin by Sionnach Wintergreen