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Author Archives: Lesa Holstine

Book Review: For Buckeye Fans Only! by Rich Wolfe

A treasure that kicks off football season for Ohio State fans. Read More »

Book Review – Six Good Innings: How One Small Town Became a Little League Giant by Mark Kreidler

A story of heart, hope, and heartbreak. Read More »

Book Review: My Lady of Cleves by Margaret Campbell Barnes

A historical novel that stood the test of time is perfect for book clubs. Read More »

Book Review: Women in Hats by Judy Sheehan

Women in Hats doesn't live up to the hype as a warm, humorous novel. Read More »

Book Review: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows

With romance, suspense, tears, and laughter, this marvelous epistolary novel is bound to be the Book Club Hit of the Year. Read More »

Book Review: King of the Holly Hop – A Milan Jacovich Mystery by Les Roberts

Another Milan Jacovich mystery ignites when murder at his Cleveland high school reunion finds Jacovich investigating while destroying friendships, and his memories, in the process. Read More »

Book Review: This Land is Their Land – Reports from a Divided Nation by Barbara Ehrenreich

An important book about the social condition in the U.S., This Land is Their Land should be read by every American. Read More »

Book Review: 1001 Books for every Mood by Hallie Ephron

An invaluable addition to any reader's collection with an eclectic list of books. Read More »

Book Review: The Crossroads by Chris Grabenstein

The perfect ghost story for younger readers - just in time for summer reading. Read More »

Book Review: The Sugar Queen by Sarah Addison Allen

The Sugar Queen is a magical novel, a worthy successor to Allen's Garden Spells and Alice Hoffman's Practical Magic. Read More »