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TEASER: “It may sound weird to say this, but I think lots of guys like to witness and/or trigger explosions, and I’m one of them,” Michael Stuart Baskin admits in his book, 363 Days in Vietnam: A…Continue
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There have been too many deaths in Caitlyn’s workplace in the last few months. Three to be exact. Then she was run off the road and almost killed! Somethings not right. She goes to Detective Josh Solomon, who’s wife was the first one murdered, for help. At first he doesn’t take her accusations seriously. After all, his wife was murdered, the second co-worker had a heart attack and the third death was considered a suicide by an overdose. But they were all working on the same secret…Continue
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Although I think horses are beautiful animals, I’ve never been a fan. I have heard of equine therapy which is a great program. I know friends who have used this particular therapy with great success. That being said it did not hinder my enjoyment from reading this book.
Both the main characters, Ashley and Ben, have a strong love of horses. Ashley takes in rescue horses and nourishes them back to health if they are not too far gone. Ben has a vision of having a…
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Happiness is…when a prestigious organization such as “Cancer Connect” says your book is “a great read”!
Overcoming the Odds is my story of triumphs over prostate cancer, life-threatening brain surgery-twice and obesity!
CancerConnect a great read
Thanks for taking a look, Keith
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The Pruning by Jan Cline tells the story of the Wilding family, who leave heartache and despair behind in dust bowl Kansas for the promise of a new life in the Pacific Northwest. This book held my attention from the very first scene. Clarissa, wife to Frank and mother of two boys, runs smack dab into her past the moment the family steps off the train in their new location.
The author does a wonderful job of developing characterization, taking us to the heart of the…Continue
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This was a quick read as all of Carrie Stuart Parks books are. I’m reading as fast as I can as the suspense and dangers increase. Lots of intricate happenings seemingly unrelated but are they tied up somehow? It starts out at a funeral that Evelyn McTavish is attending for her fiancé. She has been tied up in knots ever since her beloved grandmother died over a year ago. They were very close, much more so than her and her mother Helen. Whenever she finds herself in a stressful situation…Continue
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“I am your conductor. And that’s what you will call me,” the sinister puppetmaster dictates to his strings in Caleb Breakey’s novel, The String.
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This is another wonderful heartfelt and emotional Amish story by Amy Lillard. Gracie feels like she’s going into “Old Maid” status at age twenty six. Most Amish women get married much younger and already have children. And the pickings are slim in her community for an unmarried man. She makes a bold move and takes dinner to recently widowed Matthew and proposes. He initially is shocked but realizes he is at the end of his rope with a young baby and four rambunctious boys to take care…Continue
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“But especially, especially in regards to the death of my father,” Cohen pleads during his confession to his priest in Shawn Smucker’s novel, Light from Distant Stars.
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Added by connywithay on July 21, 2019 at 5:13pm — No Comments
Core has many meanings in the dictionary but I found it to mean foundational in the title of this book. You will get a foundational understanding of God’s Holy Word. All it takes in this busy world we live in is fifteen minutes a day to read and study a chapter. Then in a year’s time you will have 52 lessons to help understand the Bible more. The first chapter starts with creation and chapter 52 ends with Heaven. In between are chapters covering fundamental ideas from the Bible such as:…Continue
Added by Gail Hollingsworth on July 19, 2019 at 5:43pm — No Comments
Paige McDonald got the shock of her life one day in her twenty fifth year. It led her from Portland, Oregon to a very small town, Whitman, in search of answers. Because of losing her firefighter grandfather in the line of duty she swore off never getting involved with a first responder. In Whitman she meets police officer Hamilton Bryant, who had made a vow to never marry and put a wife in the possible position of being a widow.
Nevertheless they become friends and get…
Added by Gail Hollingsworth on July 18, 2019 at 11:35pm — No Comments
This novel had lots of action and danger among the pages. Dealing with gun smuggling across the border, U.S. to Mexico, made for some fast paced action. The mystery of who was behind it all added to the suspense.
Gabriella, former DA turned restaurant chef, finds a dying man with bullet wounds right outside her restaurant as she’s leaving one late night. On his lips is the name of her brother, Jake, who’s in law enforcement. Thus begins a tangled, twisted story of how to locate him…
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“It felt as if the world stood still
The day my dream came true,
And all creation paused to see …
The wonder that is you,” the poem ends in Glenys Nellist’s children’s book, The Wonder That Is You.
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