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Doctor's Dilemma by Richard Mabry, M.D.

I enjoy reading medical suspense, one of my favorite genres, and when it's written by a real MD like Richard Mabry, it's especially good! I quickly got drawn into the story and the lives of the characters. A doctor fresh out of his residency with no options for a job takes one with the Hall Group. Shortly after he begins work he starts getting warning notes, phone calls and death threats to leave the group. He already has a special interest in a nurse at the hospital or he would pack his bags…See More
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Gail Hollingsworth replied to Nora St.Laurent's discussion ALANA TERRY - MARCH "LIVE" CHAT EVENT - WHISPERS OF REFUGE SERIES (1) Winner FOUR BOOK SET in the group ALANA TERRY - AUTHOR GROUP
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Mar 21
Gail Hollingsworth replied to Cheri Swalwell's discussion THE LADY FUGITIVE BY ADA BROWNELL - ALL ASSIGNED in the group ADA BROWNELLl - AUTHOR GROUP
"Have not received my book yet."
Mar 21
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Then Came You by Becky Wade

This was an excellent beginning to Becky Wade's new series about the Bradford Sisters. In between the story lines were text messages, letters, phone messages and phone conversations between the characters. The most fun ones to me were the letters Kathleen wrote to Grant with no expectation of him ever reading them. She could express her feelings completely. Grant wrote his feelings in a journal which was eye-opening into what he was thinking. Grant went through so much but loved his little…See More
Mar 14
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The SuperHeroes Devotional by Ed Strauss

I would have never thought you could learn Bible truths from comic book superheroes but Ed Strauss does an excellent job of this with sixty inspiring devotions.He begins with a little background of the history of comic books and their heroes. Then in each devotional he picks a character like Batman, Superman, Spider-Man, Wonderwoman and many more. Their background and superpower is explained and related to a Biblical character using Scripture. I loved the correlation and then the great example…See More
Mar 10
Gail Hollingsworth replied to Phred St Laurent's discussion UNPLANNED by Alana Terry 20 eBook given out AND 13 ARC Paperback given out (US ONLY) in the group ALANA TERRY - AUTHOR GROUP
"This was a totally different novel from any I've read. Lots of suspense, questions, and cultural shock. Kennedy is starting her first year in premed and studying and keeping up her GPA is all that's on her mind. She's spent ten years…"
Mar 4
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Because You're Mine by Colleen Coble

Once I started this book I simply could not put it down. I had to find out what happened. In my recent memory, I finished this book in record time. The story involved several elements and a very different mixture of characters. Alanna, a member of a touring Celtic band, loses her husband in a car bomb. As it's investigated her only thought is to protect her unborn baby, all that's left of her husband. When her father-in-law threatens to take custody of her baby when it's born, she flees to…See More
Mar 2
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The Memory of You by Catherine West

This is Catherine West's best one yet! I loved the family dynamics, the issues, the conflict, because these characters were real. They faced problems that anyone in real life might. Family secrets damaged relationships. Guilt and hurt plagued the main characters.The grandfather owned a vineyard and winery. He had hoped his two sons would stay and help him run it but they went their own ways. Natalie, his granddaughter lost her twin sister in an accident when they were only thirteen. It happened…See More
Feb 27
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For Love & Honor by Jody Hedlund

Set in the year 1391, with castles, Knights, and more, this story also has some thought provoking underlying ideas that translate to today's time.Witch hunts were prevalent and bodily flaws or birth defects scared many people. The majority were superstitious and when a person was thought to be a witch, they were steered clear of for fear of having a spell cast on them. They even thought their possessions were cursed.Lady Sabine was born with a large purple stain on one of her arms. She was…See More
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ABOUT AUTHOR: Raised in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, Pamela has published articles in Today's Christian Woman, Christian Computing Magazine, Victory in Grace Magazine, Ancestry Magazine, Christian Fiction Blog Alliance Ezine, and the ACFW Ezine, Afictionado. Her true story, Like Son, Like Father, appeared in His Forever (Adams Media). She has served as a sign language interpreter for her church, and is a leader of a women's Bible study group.  Her author tag line, "Take a Sentimental Journey"…See More
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The Returning by Rachelle Dekker

This is the third novel in this series that ties everything up. I've read all three mainly because I've read books by Ted Dekker and wanted to see what his daughter had to offer. She definitely writes in a different genre. Dystopian was not my usual type of book I read but I was quickly drawn in. If you don't read the first two you may find yourself lost when reading The Returning. This novel jumps ahead twenty years from the previous one. All are futuristic. Elise was taken from her parents…See More
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Amish Weddings by Leslie Gould

"Hard times make us stronger"I loved this quote from Amish Weddings. And it was so true in the lives of the characters of this book. It may seem the Amish have it all together and nothing bad happens but they sin and have unexpected issues come up in their lives just like we do. God has a perfect plan for those of his but when we stray, he uses our bad and turns it into good. I hated to see this series end, and would enjoy spending more time with the Lehman's and the Beck's, but the author…See More
Jan 15
Gail Hollingsworth replied to Hilary Dodge's discussion COACH'S CORNER: EITHER JUST SUFFER OR SUFFER WELL EPISODE 42 in the group The Coach's Corner: Sponsored by Frank Barbehenn
"I'm going through a major trial right now. My mother has diabetic neuropathy and falls quite frequently. She did so this past Sunday and is right now staying with me and my husband. She insists on living by herself at almost age 82 but now we…"
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Doctor's Dilemma by Richard Mabry, M.D.

Posted on March 28, 2017 at 7:20pm 0 Comments

I enjoy reading medical suspense, one of my favorite genres, and when it's written by a real MD like Richard Mabry, it's especially good! I quickly got drawn into the story and the lives of the characters. A doctor fresh out of his residency with no options for a job takes one with the Hall Group. Shortly after he begins work he starts getting warning notes, phone calls and death threats to leave the group. He already has a special interest in a nurse at the hospital or he would pack his bags… Continue

Then Came You by Becky Wade

Posted on March 14, 2017 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

This was an excellent beginning to Becky Wade's new series about the Bradford Sisters. In between the story lines were text messages, letters, phone messages and phone conversations between the characters. The most fun ones to me were the letters Kathleen wrote to Grant with no expectation of him ever reading them. She could express her feelings completely. Grant wrote his feelings in a journal which was eye-opening into what he was thinking. Grant went through so much but loved his little… Continue

The SuperHeroes Devotional by Ed Strauss

Posted on March 10, 2017 at 5:08pm 0 Comments

I would have never thought you could learn Bible truths from comic book superheroes but Ed Strauss does an excellent job of this with sixty inspiring devotions.

He begins with a little background of the history of comic books and their heroes. Then in each devotional he picks a character like Batman, Superman, Spider-Man, Wonderwoman and many more. Their background and superpower is explained and related to a Biblical character using Scripture. I loved the correlation and then the great… Continue

Because You're Mine by Colleen Coble

Posted on March 2, 2017 at 11:16am 0 Comments

Once I started this book I simply could not put it down. I had to find out what happened. In my recent memory, I finished this book in record time. The story involved several elements and a very different mixture of characters. Alanna, a member of a touring Celtic band, loses her husband in a car bomb. As it's investigated her only thought is to protect her unborn baby, all that's left of her husband. When her father-in-law threatens to take custody of her baby when it's born, she flees to… Continue

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At 9:22am on October 26, 2016, Ane Mulligan said…

Thanks for the friend request, and thank you for all your kind words about my books. 

At 9:05pm on August 18, 2014, Kathy Harris said…

Hi, Gail! I'm forwarding your note to Fred for the best answer.

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