Monthly Archives: June 2015

“Disclaimer” by Renée Knight – Book Review

“Fiction is the truth inside the lie” ~ Stephen King. “Disclaimer” is an intricate novel of family secrets.  A story of how we don’t really ever know the ones we deem to love the best.  A novel which portrays how … Continue reading

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“Ruthless” by John Rector – Book Review

Suspense/Thriller Publisher: Thomas & Mercer 280 pages A prime example of “being in the wrong place at the wrong time” and living to tell the tale. Protagonist Nick White is a middle-aged man whose life has taken a downward turn.  … Continue reading

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“The sound of glass” by Karen White – Book Review

“Reading gives us some place to go when we have to stay where we are” — Mason Cooley This past week I visited the beautiful Lowcountry of South Carolina.   Not in person – but via the pages of Karen White’s … Continue reading

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“Little Black Lies” by Sharon Bolton – Book Review

For several years now I have been a huge fan of Sharon Bolton’s novels. In particular, her Lacey Flint mystery series. When NetGalley offered another of her titles for review of course I jumped at the chance. I’m so glad … Continue reading

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“Five night stand” by Richard J. Alley – Book Review

A beautifully written tale of three disparate yet kindred souls – all at a crossroads in their lives. Oliver Pleasant, an octogenarian jazz pianist of some renown is finally retiring from the music business. He is wrapping up his long … Continue reading

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