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Book Review: Bed of Roses

by Nora Roberts Berkley Books, 2009 My Rating: B+ This is Book Two in the Bride Quartet. My review of Book One is here. Book Three, Savor the Moment, is coming next week and I wanted to finish this one … Continue reading

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Book Review: Knit One, Kill Two

by Maggie Sefton Berkley Prime Crime, 2005 My Rating: B Kelly Flynn is a CPA back in Washington D.C. She’s used to looking at details and analyzing information. But, as the story opens, she’s in Fort Connor, Colorado for her … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lincoln Lawyer

by Michael Connelly Grand Central Publishing, 2005 My Rating: A Mickey Haller is what everyone loves to hate – a defense attorney for society’s criminals. His clients are drug dealers, thieves, prostitutes, etc. He doesn’t need a fancy office. He … Continue reading

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Book Review: What I Know

I just finished reading this book that is inspirational, humorous, and a wonderful celebration of the best of what’s inside people. I’m going to give you a summary of the book and share a few quotes. In addition, I’m going … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Postmistress

by Sarah Blake Penguin Group February 9, 2010 My Rating: C This is a World War II era story which centers around some of the people of a coastal New England town. The story is told primarily from the viewpoint … Continue reading

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Book Review: Leah’s Choice

I confess to being curious about the lives of people who live in secluded religious communities. The Amish are of special interest because they are not separated behind compound-gates. They live on farms right in the middle of the “English.” … Continue reading

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Book Review: In the Land of Cotton

In the Land of Cotton by Martha A. Taylor Outskirts Press, 2009 Martha Taylor was a young white girl living in segregated Memphis, Tennessee when the story opens in 1956. A variety of stereotypes about African Americans had been taught … Continue reading

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Book Review: First Family

Jay and I listened to this audiobook on a recent road trip. It was the perfect audiobook for that purpose. First, let me tell you what the book is about. From the back cover: It began with what seemed like an … Continue reading

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Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Deception

From the back of the book: After Bourne is ambushed and nearly killed while in Bali, he fakes his death to take on a new identity and mission- to find out who is trying to assassinate him. In the process, … Continue reading

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TLC Book Tour: Something Beyond Greatness

What happens inside a person that allows him/her to exhibit acts of greatness? During my career as a Human Resource professional, I literally knew thousands of people. I saw people walk in the door and go on to be outstanding … Continue reading

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