Book Review, Fiction, Mystery, Non Fiction, Review, Thriller, Young Adult

Book Review Round-Up: November 2021

November was quite the reading month; I made it to nine books, including my first audio book!   A huge thank you to Ian and Jen, my bookstagram friends who recommended I try out audio books.  Definitely going to keep at it, I’ve been bitten by the audio book bug!  I have been trying to choose… Read More Book Review Round-Up: November 2021

Book Review, Fiction, Mystery, Review, Thriller, Women's Fiction, Young Adult

Book Review Round-Up: October 2021

I’m way behind on my Goodreads challenge, and I have been prioritising YA reads because they go faster than non-fiction.  Is that cheating? Review of ‘You Truly Assumed’, by Laila Sabreen—Must Read A lot of very important questions are asked in this book, and a lot of potential avenues for answer are explored.  But what… Read More Book Review Round-Up: October 2021

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Book Review Round-Up: May 2020

Review of ‘Catch and Kill’, by Ronan Farrow (Must-Read) A must-read for anyone trying to learn more about the way The System works, trying to understand why so many women who are sexually assaulted or raped never report it, and how some people are able to cling to power despite being terrible people.  Ronan Farrow’s… Read More Book Review Round-Up: May 2020

Book Review, Fiction, Review, Thriller

Book Review: ‘The CleanSweep Counterstrike’, by Chuck Waldron

About the Author Chuck Waldron is the author of four riveting mystery, thriller and suspense novels and more than fifty short stories. Inspired by his grandfather’s tales of the Ozark Mountains and local caves rumored to be havens for notorious gangsters, Waldron was destined to write about crime and the human condition. Those childhood legends… Read More Book Review: ‘The CleanSweep Counterstrike’, by Chuck Waldron

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Book Review: ‘House of Eire’, by June Gillam

About the author June Gillam teaches literature and writing at a Northern California Community College. She describes this series as psychological suspense novels in which Hillary Broome, reporter and ghostwriter, fends off complex villains of many kinds: a berserk butcher, a demented daughter and a haunted theme park developer.  Visit the author’s website or connect… Read More Book Review: ‘House of Eire’, by June Gillam

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Book Review: ‘Loreena’s Gift’, by Colleen M. Story

About Coleen M. Story Colleen M. Story writes imaginative fiction and is also a freelance writer, instructor, and motivational speaker specializing in creativity, productivity, and personal wellness.  Her latest novel, “Loreena’s Gift,” was released with Dzanc Books April 12 2016.  Her fantasy novel, “Rise of the Sidenah,” is a North American Book Awards winner, and… Read More Book Review: ‘Loreena’s Gift’, by Colleen M. Story

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Book Review: ‘Ghost Hope’, by Ripley Patton

Review of Previous Volumes in the series Review of Ghost Hand. Review of Ghost Hold.Review of Ghost Heart. About the Author Ripley Patton lives in Portland, Oregon with one cat, two teenagers, and a man who wants to live on a boat. She is an award-winning short story writer and author of The PSS Chronicles,… Read More Book Review: ‘Ghost Hope’, by Ripley Patton

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Book Review: ‘The CleanSweep Conspiracy’, by Chuck Waldron {and Giveaway!}

About the author: Born in Iowa, Chuck Waldron lived in Ontario, Canada, before relocating to Florida’s Treasure Coast. Over the years, he’s held many jobs. The ones he can mention in print include US Army soldier, truck driver, office manager, mailman, real estate salesman, social worker, hardware store clerk, and shuttle driver. Fate played a… Read More Book Review: ‘The CleanSweep Conspiracy’, by Chuck Waldron {and Giveaway!}

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Book Review: ‘The Path’, by Peter Riva { and Giveaway! }

About the author: Peter Riva has worked for more than thirty years with the leaders in aerospace and space exploration. His daytime job for more than forty years has been as a literary agent. He resides in New York City. About the book: All life on earth is about to be terminated by an entity… Read More Book Review: ‘The Path’, by Peter Riva { and Giveaway! }

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Book Review: ‘Murder on Safari’, by Peter Riva {and Giveaway!}

About the Author Peter Riva has spent many months over 30 years travelling throughout Africa and Europe. Much of this time was spent with the legendary guides for East African hunters and adventurers. He created a TV series in 1995 called Wild Things for Paramount. Passing on the fables, true tales, and insider knowledge of… Read More Book Review: ‘Murder on Safari’, by Peter Riva {and Giveaway!}