Book Reviews

Book Review of Extinction by Josephine Wilson

Book Review of Extinction by Josephine WilsonTHE SETUP Extinction by Josephine Wilson, tells the story of Professor Frederick Lothian, a well-renowned instructor of engineering, is now living in an assisting living facility. His wife Martha has been gone for two. His daughter, Caroline, is adopted. She studies animals that are extinct or are in danger of being extinct. Caroline is also an... Read More »

Book Review of Better Off Dead by Michael Fleeman

Book Review of Better Off Dead by Michael FleemanOn August 17, 2014, around 7:30 pm, Robert Limon has been found dead by co-worker Shaun Ware. Both Robert and Shaun worked for BNSF (Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway). Robert was soon to end his 12-hour day shift and Shaun was about to start is 12-hour graveyard shift. The apparent weapon was a .44 caliber... Read More »

Book Review of The Night Child by Anna Quinn

Book Review of The Night Child by Anna QuinnDISCLAIMER: I received an advanced copy of the book. It won’t be released until 30 January 2018, but don’t bother reading it. My other disclaimer is, I try to be very open when I do my reviews. I try to keep my deep personal thoughts out. If I do put my personal opinion in, as... Read More »

Book Review of Need to Know by Karen Cleveland

Book Review of Need to Know by Karen ClevelandDESCRIPTION SOUNDED BETTER I picked up Need To Know as an advanced copy due to being a book reviewer. The description sounded intriguing: In pursuit of a Russian sleeper cell on American soil, CIA analyst Vivian Miller uncovers a dangerous secret that will threaten her job, her family—and her life. On track for a much-needed promotion,... Read More »

Book Review of Friend Request by Laura Marshall

Book Review of Friend Request by Laura MarshallYOU HAVE A FRIEND REQUEST  Louise Williams arrives home from work as an interior designer to find a Facebook friend request from Maria Weston. There’s only one problem…Maria has been dead for 25 years. Or has she.  Louise was never much of a Facebook person. She could take it or leave, but this particular day... Read More »

LB Gschwandtner’s The Other New Girl [Book Review]

LB Gschwandtner’s The Other New Girl [Book Review]PREP SCHOOL AND EIGHTH GRADE Susannah Greenwood and Daria McQueen haven’t seen each other in over 45 years, since their days at Foxhall Co-Ed Prep School (boarding school). Daria was Queen Bee while Susannah was the new girl trying to fit in. Luckily for Susannah, she was taken in by Daria and her friends, Fath,... Read More »

J.A. Schneider’s Shoeless Child: Book 4 in the Kerri Blasco Series [Book Review]

J.A. Schneider’s Shoeless Child: Book 4 in the Kerri Blasco Series [Book Review]PLOT A five-year-old boy named Charlie witnesses the murder of his mother’s friend and the attempted of his mother. Charlie is able to escape into the cold New York night but has his mother’s blood on him and no shoes on his feet. Hense the title Shoeless Child. It’s not long before the child ends up... Read More »

J.A. Schneider’s Shoeless Child: Book 4 in the Kerri Blasco Series [Book Review]

PLOT A five-year-old boy named Charlie witnesses the murder of his mother’s friend and the attempted of his mother. Charlie is able to escape into the cold New York night but has his mother’s blood on him and no shoes on his feet. Hense the title Shoeless Child. It’s not long before the child ends up... Read More »

Jillian Medoff’s This Could Hurt [Book Review]

Jillian Medoff’s This Could Hurt [Book Review]THE BEST OF EVERYTHING A few years back I watched a movie called The Best of Everything starring Joan Crawford, Suzy Parker, and Hope Lange. IMDB states the movie is about “an exposé of the lives and loves of Madison Avenue working girls and their higher-ups.” Wikipedia explains it a lot better: The movie relates the professional careers and private lives of three women who share... Read More »

Charles Ray’s Frontier Justice: The Story of Bass Reeves, Deputy U.S Marshal [Book Review]

Charles Ray’s Frontier Justice: The Story of Bass Reeves, Deputy U.S Marshal [Book Review]BASS REEVES Bass Reeves knows the land they call Indian Territory in Arkansas as well as the surrounding areas. And because of this, Reeves is given a job as US Marshal by Judge Fagan. Only thing is, Reeves can’t read nor write. Reeves was born into slavery and slaves weren’t allowed to learn to read... Read More »

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