This was a good read, although frustrating. Suede Harris (yep, that is the main character’s name) is a 25-year-old student trying to get her life on the right track after the death of her mother. Supposedly her mother, an alcoholic with a longterm boyfriend (Ted) whom she refused to marry, drove her car into a … Continue reading Tracking the Treasures by WL Knightly
We are living in the best time period for Biblical research. There are more documents available, more accurate translations, and more archaeological finds to make use of than ever before. Making use of all the available sources only makes sense especially since Jesus came from a rich tradition of research, study, and debate. Marcus Borg … Continue reading The Lost Gospel: The Original Sayings of Jesus edited by Marcus Borg
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Let me start by saying I want the car! I am so jealous and not to mention how much I would love traveling through the countryside in the fall with all the fabulous colors. Lil and Max are sisters who are in their 70’s. Max has never married and Lil has a son, Terry, with … Continue reading Foliage and Fatality by Karen Musser Nortman
I was not a huge fan of the Iliad way back in Junior High when I read it, but the idea of a reboot intrigued me. Wow, was I surprised! This is a tongue in cheek, funny, much more politically thought-provoking and in my opinion, more fun to read the story. You might have … Continue reading Iliad: The Reboot by KeithTokash
Case Ryan is a stereotypical computer geek, even to the point that he has made a ton of money but hides it from everyone, appearing to just be one of the managers for the software company he owns and letting the Board of Directors run the company. Casey takes a team of employees to a … Continue reading The Victim in Vegas: The Casey Ryan Mysteries Book 1 By Deborah Bluth
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