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Leslie Wright is an author and blogger in the Northwest.

Book Review: ‘Second Life,’ A Novel of Murder and Secrets by S.J. Watson

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Watson takes us on a strange and perilous journey into darkness, secrets and murder in a way that creates creepy vibes that make you uncomfortable. J Read More »

Book Review: “A Girl Undone’ – A Girl Called Fearless Series by Catherine Linka

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In a world where marriages and women are bought and bartered, Avie has escaped her own confines with her real love Yates. After a confrontation with the government, he has been hospitalized in critical condition and she is on the run. She carries information that she must get to the Paternalist party if she can locate the correct person. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Sporting Murder’ – An Eve Appel Mystery by Lesley A. Diehl

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If you enjoy mystery, romance and a little bit of crazy you will enjoy "A Sporting Murder." Eve Appel is a great character and her relationships keep the fun and mystery rolling in unexpected directions. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Silent Creed,’ A Ryder Creed Novel by Alex Kava

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With 'Silent Creed' Alex Kava takes us into hidden agendas and possible terror circles as she moves the pawns in the game of life as she sees it. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Johnnie Come Lately’ a Novel by Kathleen M. Rodgers

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Rodgers has given us a tale of hurt and anguish. Her characters are an eclectic mix with emotions and flaws that are the same you find in the people you meet every day. Yet some of the secrets and issues are things we only hear about, and with a steady hand she introduces us to the dangers of bulimia and its aftermath. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Shadow Cartel, A Dominic Grey Novel’ by Layton Green

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As the leads in the search for a killer tend to create misdirection and the rumors of death by mysterious assassins continue to grow, Grey must rely on every investigation from his past to help them find this elusive yet invisible killer before he can kill again. His mentor is out of commission, yet Grey keeps him informed of the strange and shadowy secrets they are tracking. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Pleasantville,’ A Novel of Suspense by Attica Locke

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Locke has created a group of characters that are irascible and likable. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Sugar’ by Deirdre Riordan Hall

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Can Sugar become the girl that Even sees beyond the mirror? She must decide soon or sink into the mire that has become her role in the family. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Orient,’ A Suspense by Christopher Bollen

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Bollen has given us a story of greed and suspense. Using the fear of the unknown and taking advantage of the local’s gossip he has given us a great cast of suspects as well as individual characters that make you wonder. As each character is filled in, he takes you just a smidge further creating your own worry about what and who they are. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Kindness,’ A Romantic Novel by Polly Samson

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This is a work of mystery and romance, of truth and trust, one that evolves and moves in waves of feelings. Read More »