Monthly Archives: March 2015

“Walt” by Russell Wangersky – Book Review

Take a reading journey to Newfoundland – or to what we in Atlantic Canada affectionately call “The Rock”.   Set in modern day St. John’s,  Newfoundland’s capital city, the novel features a solitary, fifty-something grocery store janitor named “Walt“.    Walt is … Continue reading

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“What you left behind” by Samantha Hayes – Book Review

Lately I have been reading and reviewing novice authors.  I love sampling all the wonderful new talent available.  This time however… I was in the hands of a master storyteller.  With seven novels behind her, Samantha Hayes has now perfected … Continue reading

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“The Dead Key” by D.M. Pulley – Book Review

Synopsis: 2014 Winner of the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award – Mystery & Thriller It’s 1998, and for years the old First Bank of Cleveland has sat abandoned, perfectly preserved, its secrets only speculated on by the outside world. Twenty years … Continue reading

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“Melancholy Manor” by Ellie Defarr

I’ll confess from the outset that the cover is what attracted me to “Melancholy Manor“.  When I realized it was the second in a series, I was a tad apprehensive…  However, I was delighted to find that this time the … Continue reading

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