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Book Review: ‘Forget You Ever Knew Me,’ A Thriller by Judy Dailey

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This is not the stuff of conventional genre fiction. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Fit to be Dead.’ A Comic Mystery by Nancy G. West

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A good first offering in a new series by Nancy G. West. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Pear Shaped,’ A Story of An Abusive Relationship by Stella Newman

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The journey of a young woman whose perception of her body image is distorted when her new boyfriend starts hinting that her normal size is too big for his taste will resonate with many. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Life is Sweet’ by Elizabeth Bass, a Novel About a Child Star Who Escapes the Limelight

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A former Hollywood child star realises that even a normal life has its abnormal moments. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Winter Boy,’ A Cultural Fantasy by Sally Wiener Grotta

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A ‘must read’ for anyone who enjoys a cultural fantasy set in the ‘long ago’ of a more prehistoric past. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Moriarty,’ A Murder Mystery in the Sherlock Holmes Tradition by Anthony Horowitz

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Frederick Case, a Pinkerton Detective, and Athelney Jones from Scotland Yard form an uneasy relationship as they follow a strange missive purported to be written by Professor Moriarty. Read More »

The 90th Anniversary of ‘The Great Gatsby’

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"My characters are all Scott Fitzgerald. Even the feminine characters," the complex author reckoned. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Awoken, The Lucidites: Book One,’ A Young Adult Fantasy by Sarah Noffke

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Every night Roya dreams she is drowning, and has strange premonitions. And always there is that burning question offered during her sleep by strangers she does not know. Who is she? Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Dress Shop of Dreams,’ Magical Realism by Menna van Praag

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The magic Etta’s needle weaves just might inspire readers to weave a little (real) magic of their own, born out of faith and perseverance. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Woman with a Gun,’ A Romantic Murder Mystery by Phillip Margolin

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When a murder occurs one of the pieces of evidence is a photo shot just after the fact. The photo depicts a space in time where imagination sets the scene. Read More »