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I really enjoy books that demonstrate the value of giving people second chances and how love overcomes hardship; they just leave you feeling joyous and hopeful. Barrett has written a book that does exactly that. The main character is Karen. Karen has just been released from prison and is determined to start over. She ends … Continue reading Sweet Deal Sealed by Judith A Barrett
Funny, quirky cozy mystery read! Mitchell has created a series of books about the Red Herring Inn, a family-owned operation that crosses many of society's boundaries and does so with aplomb. Although not the first in the series, this book was a fairly easy read for not having read the first two: it did not … Continue reading Condolence Casseroles: A Red Herring Inn Mystery by J Lee Mitchell
This is an interesting beginning to a new series by Indie Author Matt Day. Already having a series about Charlie Flanigan, a Private Investigator, Day spins a new series with Charlie’s son, Skyler, who has taken over the Private Investigation business after his Father’s retirement. Day has done something unique in this novel by not … Continue reading The Cure: A Skyler Flanigan Mystery by Matt Day
Flo and Agnes live in a Senior/Singles Community. They are best friends and have become good friends with TC, the young female activities director for the community. Being fun, happy people by nature, Flo and Agnes have lots of friends in the community and are well regarded. When one of the kitchen workers is found … Continue reading Dose Vidanya by Sam Cheever
Ds Wendy Knight has a very promising career that she has nurtured to the point of having almost nothing else in her life other than her drug-addicted brother, Michael, that she has pretty much given up on. She works closely with her boss DCI Culverhouse and the two pair up when 4 women are found … Continue reading Too Close For Comfort by Adam Croft
Before you blow off this book because it is sacrilegious or heretical (due to “condensing” the Bible into 66 verses) know that it was never meant to replace the Bible. It is meant to be a resource, a supplemental reading if you will. It can also be used successfully for daily, weekly, monthly or when … Continue reading God’s Story in 66 Verses by Stan Guthrie