Ms. Leigh is a writer/reviewer who has her own blog Bookworm's Dinner, writing under the name Wisteria. She writes reviews for Historical Novels Review magazine, Library Thing,and her own blog Bookworm's Dinner. She has degrees in music, elem. education, library media and has studied advance courses in American History. She has a special interest in rescuing retired greyhounds, music and gardening.
Houri is absorbing and offers a panoramic vision of a country not always defined with such clarity and perspective.
With a pen that glows with brilliance, Walls, writing in Half Broke Horses is bedazzling.
Mitchell’s writing is edgy and disturbing as two families head toward a collision.
Louise Young writes in living botanical color providing breathtaking visions of a perfect paradise.
“Though Scottsboro is alive with moral issues, I hope readers will get lost in a thrilling story. And I trust the horror... will encourage compassion...”
Brown crafts with living, stimulating accuracy the scenic details of character and setting that makes this an incredible readable history.
Scottsboro is a hypnotic and haunting novel destined to become a classic.
White’s compass rose takes you on a meandering voyage that will keep you guessing until the last sail south.
Captured from the beginning as her web of deception unfolds you are powerless to put Dara Horn's book down.
A picturesque journey of candid truth.