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Book Review: 150 Best Grilled Cheese Sandwiches by Alison Lewis

Alison Lewis, in “150 Best Grilled Cheese Sandwiches” gives us a new perspective on the traditional grilled cheese sandwich. Read More »

Book Review: The Hunter’s Cookbook: The Best Recipes to Savor the Experience

Tasty and creative recipes for cooking all types of game, including deer, elk, moose, bear, turkey, pheasant, grouse, alligator, and fish. Read More »

Book Review: The Complete Mystery of Matthew Alcott: Heritage of Secrets by Michael Oborn

Was Joseph Smith the Hugh Hefner of the early 1800s? The similarities were staggering... Read More »

Book Review: Death in the 12th House: Where Neptune Rules (Starlight Detective Agency Series) by Mitchell Scott Lewis

After the death of the aging rock star Freddie Finger, astrologer detective David Lowell is brought into the case. Read More »

Book Review: Skeleton Picnic (J.D. Books Mysteries Series) by Michael Norman

When a Utah couple fails to return from a weekend skeleton picnic, local Sheriff Charley Sutter turns to BLM Law Enforcement Ranger J.D. Books for help. Read More »

Book Review: Dying to Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing by Anita Moorjani

In this truly inspirational memoir, Moorjani relates how, after fighting cancer for almost four years, her body, overwhelmed, began shutting down. Read More »

Book Review: Danger Sector (The Windjammer Mystery Series) by Jenifer LeClair

Danger Sector delves into a mysterious web of an island cabal and the pages of a secret journal. Read More »

Book Review: Champagne: The Farewell by Janet Hubbard

Champagne: The Farewell has a little of everything: mystery, romance, life of aristocrats, and family dysfunction. Read More »

Book Review: Mixed Signals: A Grace Street Mystery (Grace Street Series) by Jane Tesh

Christmas isn't a holiday when David Randall's psychic friend Camden has harrowing flashbacks to a murder. Read More »

Book Review: The Fresh & Green Table: Delicious Ideas for Bringing Vegetables into Every Meal by Susie Middleton

This cookbook is an excellent source of instruction and inspiration for getting reluctant children to eat vegetables. Read More »