Monthly Archives: October 2014

“Now you see me” by S. J. Bolton – Book Review

If you are like me and your ‘to read’ pile has morphed into countless piles, you will understand that I meant to read this novel back in 2011 when it was first published.  When my bookclub “Whodunit” chose it as … Continue reading

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“Dear Daughter” by Elizabeth Little

Seems like the majority of people love to follow celebrities.   Just look at the popularity of the entertainment news television shows and magazines such as “People“.  But… have you ever wondered just what it is like to be on the … Continue reading

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“A matter of mercy” by Lynne Hugo – Book Review

Abraham Lincoln once said “I have always found that mercy bears richer fruits than strict justice.”   In Lynne Hugo’s latest novel “A matter of mercy” we find that to be true. This is the story of two women and one … Continue reading

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“Shadows on our skin” by Jennifer Johnston

Joe is an ‘old soul’.  He has the brain of a wise poet in the body of an Irish schoolboy. Living during the height of the ‘troubles’ in Derry Ireland,  writing poetry was the only way Joe could escape his … Continue reading

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