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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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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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It Is About You: How American Government Works and How to Help Fix It By Deborah Cupples

In her book, It’s About You: How American Government Works and How to Help Fix It by Deborah Cupples, the author discusses how the three branches of government work within the US government system. The book also discusses why there are loopholes in the system and how politicians can make this work in corrupt ways.… Continue reading It Is About You: How American Government Works and How to Help Fix It By Deborah Cupples