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Hi all: I bring you one of the books from Rosie’s Book Review Team list, a non-fiction one this time, and it is a police memoir with a difference. Black, White, and Gray All Over: A Black Man’s Odyssey in Life and Law Enforcement by Frederick Reynolds From shootouts and robberies to riding in cars with
Hi all: I bring you a new book by an author I read last year for the first time. Recommended to readers of historical fiction. No Secret Too Small. A Novel of Old New Mexico by Loretta Miles Tollefson A novel dedicated to all the world’s children caught in the cross fire of adult squabbles.
Hi all: I hope you’re keeping well, or as well as possible in the circumstances. I bring you another book by Sebastian Barry. Not for everyone, but quite extraordinary. A Thousand Moons by Sebastian Barry From the Costa Book of the Year-winning author of Days Without End Even when you come out of bloodshed and disaster
Hi all: I bring you today the review of a book by an author who’s become well-known but I hadn’t managed to catch up with yet. I’m happy I have now. Extraordinary. The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead by Colson Whitehead Author of The Underground Railroad, Colson Whitehead, brilliantly dramatizes another strand of American history through
Hi all: I bring you another review of one of the books in Rosie’s team. Another great find. Winter Flower by Charles Sheehan-Miles This book is all about love, family, survival, acceptance and forgiveness… one big giant emotional rollercoaster ride Book Freak From the bestselling author of Just Remember to Breathe and The Last Hour,
Hi all: As I’ve been telling you, September is read non-stop month for me, and today I bring you a great story set in a fascinating historical period and location that will be available today (13th September 2016). And it seems it’s going to become a TV series, so, you heard it here first! I
Hi all: As you know I’ve been sharing new books and reviews recently. These two have just been published this week (the first one only available in hard cover at first) and I thought they might appeal to very different readers, but I enjoyed them both (in very different ways). First: Wear and Tear: The