A Fatal Fiction by Kaitlyn Dunnett

Wednesday, June 17, 2020 MysteryFiction  No comments

A Fatal Fiction  by Kaitlyn Dunnett


A Fatal Fiction

Freelance book editor Mikki Lincoln knows the makings of a well-written story. But she’ll need to choose her words wisely when a new assignment introduces a deadly plot twist . . .

Forgotten on the outskirts of quaint Lenape Hollow, Feldman’s Catskill Resort Hotel has outlasted its heyday as a popular tourist destination and now awaits demolition. But once Mikki is hired to edit a revealing memoir by Sunny Feldman, the last living relative of its original owners, the doomed resort quickly ends up back in the spotlight . . .

Unfortunately, everyone’s attention shifts to Mikki when a body is discovered at the demolition site...

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In Every House, in Every Street by Jess Hitchman

Sunday, July 5, 2020 Children's  No comments

  In every house, on every street  by Jess  Hitchman, for children there is laughter and tears. There are friends. There is family. And there is love.
A heartwarming celebration of homes…


My Thoughts

We love to travel and discover new countries around the world, but for the last 3 months we’ve been closed at home, yes, like most of the people around the world. Our house has stopped being simply a “house” but a place for adventures, discoveries and travels. And I felt that this is what this book tries to represent, this “new world” to the little ones, because the house we always used as something to breath between the daily activities has now a different job, being all the world and places that we could visit/stay for the last months.
I felt that this book was a way to teac...

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Murder on the Downs by Julie Wassmer

Monday, June 29, 2020 MysteryFiction  No comments

About This Book, “Murder on the Downs” by Julie Wassmer

Murder on the Downs by Julie Wassmer,  A controversial new property development is planned in Whitstable which will encroach upon the green open space of the downs, to the dismay of Whitstable residents who view this as the thin end of the wedge with regard to local wildlife conservation.
A campaign springs into life, spearheaded by a friend of Pearl’s family, Martha Laker. A committed environmentalist, Martha is no stranger to controversy herself. She has also managed to divide opinion across town, with the locals viewing her as their fearless champion while establishment figures seeing only an interfering agitator.
Tensions escalate between the developers and Whitstable residents, straining Pearl’s close relationship with London-bo...

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The Right Time a Novel by Danielle Steel

Thursday, July 9, 2020 Novel  No comments

The Right Time  a Novel by Danielle Steel,   Alexandra Cortez Winslow had long black hair, creamy skin and large green eyes which she kept squeezed shut as her parents argued.  It was that way after her mother got bored and she wanted to leave.  When she left they never knew when she was coming home again.  Alex, as she was called by her father,  was her constant care giver, always sent her to her room when there was going to be an arguement between her parents.

The time she spent with her father was near and dear to her heart.  She loved the stories he would read to her.  He started her off with books like Nancy Drew, Agatha Christie, Miss Marple and Hercule Poirot . Which I read as  well.  The older she got the more she would get into thrillers...

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The Corpse with the Crystal Skull (The Cait Morgan Mysteries) by Cathy Ace #Review – Great Escapes Book Tour

Tuesday, June 23, 2020 MysteryNovel  No comments

The Corpse with the Crystal Skull (The Cait Morgan Mysteries)
by Cathy Ace

About The Corpse With The Crystal Skull


The Corpse with the Crystal Skull (The Cait Morgan Mysteries)
Cozy Mystery
9th in Series
Publisher: Four Tails Publishing Ltd. (June 29, 2020)
Print Length: ~300 pages
Digital ASIN: B086FVBTTN

The Corpse with the Crystal Skull (The Cait Morgan Mysteries) by Cathy Ace. Welsh Canadian globetrotting sleuth, and professor of criminal psychology, Cait Morgan, is supposed to be “celebrating” her fiftieth birthday in Jamaica with her ex-cop husband Bud Anderson. But when the body of the luxury estate’s owner is discovered locked inside an inaccessible tower, Cait and her fellow guests must work out who might have killed him – even if his murder seems impossible...

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The Man Behind Closed Doors by Maria Frankland

Wednesday, June 24, 2020 General  No comments

 About The Book

The Man Behind Closed Doors  a Mystery by Maria Frankland  What could be so bad that a six-year-old stops talking?
Domestic violence isn’t only perpetrated by men. Ask Paul Jackson who is on remand, accused of stabbing his wife, Michelle. As he reveals his reality
behind their troubled marriage, it seems that only his six-year-old knows what really happened. But she’s trapped in her own world of silence.


My Thoughts

If a woman is found beaten at her home they will arrest the husband, but if you change the situation and put a man beaten by a woman, the police will not take the situation seriously and let the woman go free...

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Anna a Novel by Laura Guthrie

Tuesday, June 23, 2020 FictionNovel  No comments

About The Book

ANNA  a Novel by Laura Guthrie.  Every cloud has a silver lining… doesn’t it? Anna is thirteen years old, lives in London with her father, and has Asperger’s syndrome.  When her father dies, she moves to Scotland to live with her estranged, reclusive mother.  With little support to help her  in, she must use every coping strategy her father taught her—especially her ‘Happy Game’—as she tries to connect with her mother, discover her past, and deal with the challenges of being thrown into a brand new life along the way.


My Thoughts

This is a bitter sweet story, full of rainbows and sometimes rain, but always in a positive way to remember us that no matter how many stones we find in our path, there’s always a way to skip them...

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The Girl With the Louding Voice a Novel by Abi Dare

Wednesday, June 24, 2020 Novel  No comments

The Girl with the Louding Voice by Abi Dare,  Amazon announced their best books of 2020 so far, with debut novel The Girl with the Louding Voice at number one.  The list of the top 20 books published between January and June of this year was chosen by Amazon’s book editorial team.

“Determining the Best Books of the Year So Far took on even greater importance this year as many of us spent months at home and often turned to books to better understand our new normal or seek reprieve in another person’s story...

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The Apartment A Novel By Danielle Steel

Monday, June 22, 2020 Novel  No comments

The Apartment  a Novel by Danielle Steel.  Claire Kelly, Abby Williams, and five years later, Morgan Shelby, Sasha Hartman, join them and became sister’s in an apartment loft in Hell’s Kitchen.  Claire is a shoe designer, Abby is a writer, Morgan is in finance, Sasha is a Doctor and Valentina is a headliner supermodel and drops by to see her identical twin, Sasha.

Claire’s boss was Arthur Adams and he was ultraconservative which stymied her creative sense. His father had started their business  and he lived by the saying “don’t fix what’s not broken.” He also believed high-fashion shoes was a passing trend.  He therefore discarded all her innovative designs, which left Claire frustrated to say the least.

Abby on the other hand was under the spell of Ivan who had her painting backgroun...

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The Little Teashop in Tokyo by Julie Caplin – Blog Tour

Wednesday, June 17, 2020 Novel  No comments

The Little Teashop in Tokyo by Julie Caplin

About The Book

The Little Teashop in Tokyo by Julie Caplin – Blog TourThe Little Teashop in Tokyo by Julie Caplin.  For travel blogger Fiona, Japan has always been top of her bucket list so when she wins an all-expenses paid trip, it looks like her dreams are coming true.Until she arrives in vibrant, bustling Tokyo and comes face-to-face with the man who broke her heart ten years ago, gorgeous photographer Gabe. Fiona can’t help but remember the heartache of their last meeting but amidst the temples and clouds of soft pink cherry blossoms, can Fiona and Gabe start to see life–and each other–differently?


My Thoughts

If you had planned a trip to Tokyo (like me) and due to the pandemic we are living it has been cancelled, this is the book you’ll love to read! There are so many famous landscape...

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