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The Satanic Mechanic: Tannie Maria Mystery #2 by Sally Andrew

The Satanic Mechanic: Tannie Maria Mystery #2 by Sally Andrew

I love the ability to read unique stories from all over the world, and today’s offering is no different. From author Sally Andrew comes the second in her Tannie Maria Mystery series, a South-African agony aunt who uses a unique form of advice for those who ask, and a penchant for solving mysteries. Please read on for my review of Read more of this post

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There’s Something About Cornwall by Daisy James

There’s Something About Cornwall by Daisy James

I’m really thinking that I could toss away everything else and just dive into the chick lit of late – and Daisy James (another I can’t believe I hadn’t found before) is on the blog today with a lovely ‘on the road’ story full of hope, humor and plenty of regional bakes. Please read on for my review of Read more of this post

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The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan

The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan

Did you ever rummage through an old steamer trunk in an antiques store, or perhaps in an old corner of the family attic? What if all of those items that you unearthed after years of neglect, came with a story? Ruth Hogan brings the feel of unearthing stories and histories, treasured items carefully collected and cataloged, that bring hope, growth and connections unexpected in this wonderful debut offering Read more of this post

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Love Literary Style by Karin Gillespie

Love Literary Style by Karin Gillespie

Nothing can amuse a reader more than a story that feels as if it is sharing secrets from the trenches…but those have all been done to death, so it’s the characters that must reveal the secrets, and keep you reading on. Karin Gillespie does just that with her newly released

Love, Literary Style

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Undead and Done: Undead #15 by MaryJanice Davidson

Undead and Done: Undead #15 by MaryJanice Davidson

I’d been away from Queen Betsy and the havoc she brings to nearly every situation for a bit. Oh yes, I have all the books – an automatic purchase each time a new one comes out. But, with everything else, I hadn’t the chance to just dive into the world and laugh out loud for a weekend.  Now, the final planned installment of the Undead (Queen Betsy) series is out with book 15, and MaryJanice Davidson hasn’t lost a bit of the humor.

Undead and Done

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The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

Taking a recommendation and a chance on a debut author, Sally Thorne is on the blog today with her first release. Occasionally there are books that leave me stumbling about and blinking like a vampire in the spotlight. *weakly waves fist (think the French Taunter scene from Monty Python). I fell asleep at 130 am (waaaaay past my bedtime) in the middle of chapter 21.  Only to fall face first into a vat of coffee.  Yes…. Please read on for my review of

The Hating Game

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