Monthly Archives: November 2018

Above the Fog by Karen Lynn Nolan – Book Spotlight

Above the Fog By Karen Lynn Nolan Genre: Fiction (Southern/Appalachian)   About the Book Growing up in a coal mining camp is difficult enough. But, when Coreen Shell’s abusive father makes a promise for her thirteenth birthday that could destroy … Continue reading

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Let the Dead Keep Their Secrets (Gilded Age Mystery Book 3) by Rosemary Simpson #review #historicalmystery

Overview In Gilded Age New York, heiress Prudence MacKenzie and ex-Pinkerton Geoffrey Hunter investigate crimes that take them from the slums of Five Points in lower Manhattan to the Fifth Avenue mansions of society’s elite. In the late nineteenth century, … Continue reading

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A Thousand Doors – An Anthology of Many Lives edited by J.T. Ellison #review #fiction

Overview The day Mia Jensen died, she finally got to live… WHAT IF? We’ve all played the “what if” game. For Mia Jensen, “what if” is a fact of life. Dissatisfied with her choices, she often dreams about what could … Continue reading

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Children of a Good War French Letters by Jack Woodville London plus Author Interview #frenchletters #review #interview

Overview Four decades after World War II, 1986 is a year of terrorist hijackings, of personal computers and CD players, of AIDS and Miami Vice. It also is a year in which a beloved doctor falls to his death, a … Continue reading

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Paris Echo by Sebastian Faulks #review #partner

Overview A story of resistance, complicity, and an unlikely, transformative friendship, set in Paris, from internationally bestselling novelist Sebastian Faulks. American historian Hannah intends to immerse herself in World War II research in Paris, wary of paying much attention to … Continue reading

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Night of Miracles by Elizabeth Berg

Overview The feel-good book of the year: a delightful novel of friendship, community, and the way small acts of kindness can change your life, by the bestselling author of The Story of Arthur Truluv Lucille Howard is getting on in years, … Continue reading

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The Girl from Berlin by Ronald H. Balson #historicalfiction #review #WWII #fiction

Overview In the newest novel from internationally-bestselling author Ronald. H. Balson, Liam and Catherine come to the aid of an old friend and are drawn into a property dispute in Tuscany that unearths long-buried secrets An old friend calls Catherine … Continue reading

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