Hi all: I bring you a horror book by an author I’ve featured before already. Not for the fainthearted! Slash (Fiction Without Frontiers) by Hunter Shea “Watch out, world, the Wraith is coming for you. As always, Shea brings the thrills with this urban exploration mystery chiller!” Megan Hart, New York Times bestseller author Five years
Hi all: And now, for something totally different. Deadlines on the Front Line: Travels with a Veteran War Correspondent by Paul Moorcraft. The author of this gritty memoir has lived life to the full and fortunately has the ability to recall his experiences in a graphic and entertaining manner. As a war correspondent and paramilitary
Hi all: I’ve read great reviews of this novel and I couldn’t resist. It’s not for everyone, but I loved it. The Dutch House by Ann Patchett A SUNDAY TIMES TOP 10 BESTSELLER An unforgettably powerful new novel of the indelible bond between two siblings, the house of their childhood, and a past that will not let
Hi, all: Today I bring you the review of a book that I got sent quite a while ago but had been hiding from me. I’ve finally got around to it, and I hope to catch up on some more that I’m sure are also buried under my long list. Sorry! Better late than never,
Hi all: I bring you a book that although deceptively gentle, deals in pretty serious topics. Oh, and I was lucky enough to be invited to participate in the blog tour, so I can also share a sample at the end: The Curious Heart of Ailsa Rae by Stephanie Butland Description: For fans of Josie
Hi all: Those of you who follow me will know that I have shared my interest in the Brontës and my love for Haworth on many occasions already. And when I saw this book about their mother, I had to read it. And I am very happy I did. The Mother of the Brontës: When
Hi all: I bring you a review of one of the books from Rosie’s group and one I recommend to people who love historical fiction, especially stories of New Mexico and settlers. Not My Father’s House: A Novel of Old New Mexico by Loretta Miles Tollefson Suzanna hates everything about her New Mexico mountain home.
Hi all: Today I bring you the review of a book that I received a while back but had been hiding on my reader. Thankfully I found it because it’s a breath of fresh air and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Stealing the Scream by Theodore Carter In 2004, masked thieves stole Edvard Munch’s The Scream