Monthly Archives: December 2013

“Deadline” by John Dunning

To some ardent bibliophiles ebooks are an irreverent format that is somehow disrespectful of books and their history.   Nothing being so sacred as the written word on paper, the feel of a book in your hand etc.  And don’t misunderstand…. … Continue reading

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“East Fortune” by James Runcie

Anyone who enjoys the novels of Rosamund Pilcher will appreciate this book.  Set in Scotland and written from a male perspective this novel depicts one year in the life of the Henderson family.  Three middle-aged sons, their families and their … Continue reading

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“Perfect” by Rachel Joyce

Young children idolize their parents.  They might see brilliance, beauty, honesty or perfection where there is none.  Sometimes when life imparts its’ painful truths, children still ignore these truths or at least they practice denial of them.  That is because … Continue reading

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