Lesa Holstine is a library manager in Glendale, AZ. She reviews a little of anything, with an emphasis on crime fiction and popular fiction.
A treasure that kicks off football season for Ohio State fans.
A story of heart, hope, and heartbreak.
A historical novel that stood the test of time is perfect for book clubs.
Women in Hats doesn't live up to the hype as a warm, humorous novel.
With romance, suspense, tears, and laughter, this marvelous epistolary novel is bound to be the Book Club Hit of the Year.
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.
An important book about the social condition in the U.S., This Land is Their Land should be read by every American.
An invaluable addition to any reader's collection with an eclectic list of books.
The perfect ghost story for younger readers - just in time for summer reading.
The Sugar Queen is a magical novel, a worthy successor to Allen's Garden Spells and Alice Hoffman's Practical Magic.