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Leslie Wright

Leslie Wright is an author and blogger in the Northwest.

Book Review: ‘Everything We Keep,’ A Mystery by Kerry Lonsdale

In 'Everything We Keep' by Kerry Lonsdale, a young woman's wedding day becomes the funeral day for the fiancé she had planned to marry. As she picks up the pieces of her life and moves on, she finds that what she thinks she knows is not the truth, and that everything leading up to her new life has been a lie. Can she find out what has happened to her fiancé and if he is really alive?

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Book Review: ‘Anatomy of Innocence, Testimonies of the Wrongfully Convicted ‘ Edited by Laura Caldwell and Leslie S. Klinger

In 'Anatomy of Innocence', each author uses their own technique to bring the light to life in their interview of exonerees, and you will enjoy how each is able to capture the true essence of those who have finally found freedom.

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Book Review: ‘Mrs. Saint and the Defectives,’ a Novel by Julie Lawson Timmer

In 'Mrs. Saint and the Defectives', Julie Lawson Timmer has given us a feel-good book full of characters with interesting, fun, and even curmudgeonly, at times, personalities. The problems and solutions are real and she finds a way to bring each character together and create a bond that stems from kindness and caring.

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Book Review: ‘The Good Widow’, A Mystery by Liz Fenton & Lisa Steinke

In 'The Good Widow' by Liz Fenton & Lisa Steinke, Jacks finds herself in trouble after hooking up with the fiancé of a woman who was killed along with her husband on a planned business trip that turned out to be a tryst in Hawaii. Together they look for clues, but danger and distrust finds them first.

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