Tag Archives: Massachusetts

“Delivering the truth” by Edith Maxwell – Book Review

Nominated for the Agatha Award for Best Historical Novel  Blurb from Goodreads: Quaker midwife Rose Carroll hears secrets and keeps con­fi­dences as she attends births of the rich and poor alike in an 1888 Massachusetts mill town. When the town’s … Continue reading

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“Second Helpings at the Serve you Right Café” by Tilia Klebenov Jacobs – Book Review

Located in a small Massachusetts college town, the “Serve you Right Café” has a hard-working staff of two.  A full-time owner/manager, a full-time baker,  and one part-time server. The owner/manager, Eden Rose, is a recovering alcoholic.  A woman with a big … Continue reading

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“Nantucket Sawbuck” by Steven Axelrod – Book Review

Nantucket.  An island of the privileged class, or so most of us think.  However… it has its share of troubles.  It has varied inhabitants just like everywhere else.  Some with old money, new money, and some with NO money.  Though … Continue reading

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“Tainted” by Brooke Morgan – Book Review

My experimentation with first novels has paid off again! I have found a new author whose first novel “Tainted” is written with the panache of a much more seasoned writer. The protagonist, setting and slow, drawn out psychological suspense made … Continue reading

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