March 29, 2020

In Shredding the Evidence: A Cookbook Nook Mystery by Daryl Wood Gerber, bookstore owner Jenna Hart comes across the dead body of a local food reporter. Her best friend's husband is a primary suspect. As the clues and suspect's mount, Jenna is determined to find the culprit.

It was around 26% into the book before we finally get to the murder. I feel a lot of...

March 11, 2020

Until the Stars Don't Shine by Joanna Ho is a great romantic suspense.

Right off the bat, this book took me in as it captured each character's personality.

Joanne Ho is one of the few authors who can bring richness and depth to her characters, and those characters are able to touch a part of the reader through both the character's vulnerabilities and their de...

March 9, 2020

I enjoy a book that can run the gamut of my emotions and have me gasp when twists and turns are revealed.

Sweet Song, Bitter Loss by Paul Hencher, has done just that.

I was first drawn to the description of the book because it takes place in Abruzzo, Italy, where my mother's family is from, along a coastal town of Pescara.

Major D'Angelo is in charge of findi...

March 6, 2020

Dogs are incredible creatures. Their soulful eyes can melt your heart, and their playful demeanor can entertain for days.

I was drawn into A Dog's Hope by Casey Wilson from its cover and synopsis. Once I began reading, I couldn't put the book down. A Dog's Hope is a heartwarming journey between a young boy and an abandoned dog. The book goes back and forth b...

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