Book Review

The Secret Spice Café: Spells and Oregano By Patricia V Davis

The second book in the series of The Secret Spice Café, Spells and Oregano by Patricia V. Davis, is just as well written and intriguing as the first in the series. The sequel takes places several years after the first book ends and there are some changes at the café. Cynthia and Jane have retired… Continue reading The Secret Spice Café: Spells and Oregano By Patricia V Davis

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The Secret Spice Café: Cooking For Ghosts By Patricia V Davis

The beginning of a series, The Secret Spice Café, Cooking for Ghosts by Patricia V. Davis, is a both a comedy and mystery that meets the paranormal world. The setting of this series is the Queen Mary, a notoriously haunted boat where four women, who have never met before that day aside from the two… Continue reading The Secret Spice Café: Cooking For Ghosts By Patricia V Davis

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Mabby The Squirrel’s Guide To Flying By Matthew Gene Claybrook

In the children’s book, Mabby The Squirrel’s Guide To Flying by Matthew Gene Claybrook, we eventually meet Mabby who is the father of the original character we meet, Dorma. Mabby is supposed to have Asperger’s, is my understanding, but really the way the book reads it just appears that the real problem is a physical… Continue reading Mabby The Squirrel’s Guide To Flying By Matthew Gene Claybrook

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My Way To Canossa By David Brendan O’Meara

The collection of related short stories in My Way To Canossa by David Brendan O’Meara are all related to a story about medieval Europe. The story, in its original form seems to be about a king who is excommunicated from the Catholic Church and seems to be in some sticky situation with two women, one… Continue reading My Way To Canossa By David Brendan O’Meara

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Eternal Victim By Dexter Morgenstern

In his book Eternal Victim by Dexter Morgenstern, the author introduces us to a confusing and gruesome alternative reality. The main character is a victim of some sort, who is ethereal in existence, and on a mission that is unknown to her throughout most of the book. The main character ventures through various periods of… Continue reading Eternal Victim By Dexter Morgenstern

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A Place on the Water By Marilyn King

In Marilyn King’s fictional memoir, A Place on the Water, Julie, our main character, shares her unique story of being in Hawaii when Pearl Harbor was attacked and how that shaped her childhood. She recounts what it was like living with an abusive husband (back when women were not as equal as they are today),… Continue reading A Place on the Water By Marilyn King

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Beautiful Chaos By Alex Tully

A young adult romance novel, Beautiful Chaos by Alex Tully, follows the main characters of Brady and Vivienne who meet in haphazard circumstances. In a moment of indiscretion, Vivienne complicates a fragile situation for Brady. In an effort to fix the situation, Brady tracks Vivienne down only to find out that matters have gotten even… Continue reading Beautiful Chaos By Alex Tully

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Old Wounds By Giacoma Giammateo

In Old Wounds by Giacoma Giammateo, we meet a dynamic duo working a homicide case that they were shoved together on, yet appear to compliment each other in their controversial first assignment together. The pair come together to investigate a grisly murder scene where a body is dismembered and unidentifiable, but they find their investigation… Continue reading Old Wounds By Giacoma Giammateo

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The Awakening By Billy McCoy

The Awakening by Billy McCoy is a book, according to the author, which is misunderstood in the development of the main character and in the denouement of the story being anticlimactic, but is really a classic literature piece that ends in tragedy.  The story centers around a young girl who deals with the marital conflicts… Continue reading The Awakening By Billy McCoy