I review books for Reader Views. I was born and raised in Houston, Texas and now reside in the little town of Trinity – don’t bother looking for it on a map but it’s about halfway between Houston and Dallas. I’m married to a beautiful woman who thankfully loves reading as much as I do so there’s no shortage of books around here. We don’t have kids, but two Labs and a Chihuahua do a good job of keeping us busy.
I’ve always been passionate about three things: reading, writing, and sharing my opinions with others. Reviewing books turned out to be a great way to combine those passions and I love sharing news about great books with others.
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How can an alien survive among humans without arousing questions about her origins? Do we care?
Crown Deception makes for a light and entertaining read, but it will probably be found lacking by anyone looking for something that has a little more depth.
Thomas atte Bridge, a man no one likes, is found hanging from a tree near Cowleys Corner. All assume he has taken his own life, but Master Hugh and Kate find evidence that this may not be so.
Introducing the paths that are available to anyone considering the possibility of wearing a uniform.
Behind Amazon’s quirky smile logo lurks a cold and calculating giant machine.
Donnie and Abbie now find their love and faith tested to their very limits, while someone or something else watches, waits and hopes.
On October 17, 1987, Jack Alan Davis, Jr. disappeared. Five days later, his body was found at the bottom of a campus stairwell.