Monthly Archives: March 2018

The Good Liar by Catherine Mckenzie

Overview When an explosion rips apart a Chicago building, the lives of three women are forever altered. A year later, Cecily is in mourning. She was supposed to be in the building that day. Instead, she stood on the street … Continue reading

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Retro Cross Stitch by Véronique Enginger

Overview Enter this deliciously vintage universe of 500 patterns and add a touch of nostalgia to your stitchwork. Recreate 1800s and 1900s fashion house designs and milliners’ catalogues. Take your cross stitch on a bon voyage into the past with … Continue reading

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The Far River by Barbara Wood

Overview For as long as anyone could remember, the Schallers and the Newmans had been enemies. When the skeletal remains of a victim of foul play are discovered at the Schaller estate, a decades-old feud between the rival winemaking families … Continue reading

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Asylum III by Matt Drabble

Asylum III – Crowtree Manor By Matt Drabble Genre: Thriller, Horror Book Description The next terrifying chapter in the multi award winning Asylum series. 13 tales of terror and the macabre all linked by a twisting arcing storyline that ties … Continue reading

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In60learning-Sitting Bull, Charlemagne, Kublai Khan and Illinois Native Americans

Ok! I have become a little obsessed with these short reads. These are the 4 I have read this month. They do not take 60 minutes. But….what a wealth of knowledge packed into this period of time. These reads are … Continue reading

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Veiled by Privilege by Anne Garboczi Evans – BOOK SPOTLIGHT

Overview CIA field officer Joe Csontos is desperate to discover Al Qaeda of the Arabian Peninsula’s next target before thousands of Americans die. Atheist grad student in Middle Eastern studies, Kay Bianchi needs a dissertation project riveting enough to pass … Continue reading

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The Italian Party by Christina Lynch

Book Summary: Newly married, Scottie and Michael are seduced by Tuscany’s famous beauty. But the secrets they are keeping from each other force them beneath the splendid surface to a more complex view of ltaly, America and each other. When … Continue reading

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