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The Dark Side by Danielle Steel

Tuesday, July 28, 2020 ThrillerFiction  No comments

The Dark Side  by Danielle Steel  Zoe and Rose Morgan were a perfect complement as sisters.  Zoe had dark, shining, straight hair, Rose on the other hand had curly, halo of white-blond hair which sat as a cap on her head. Zoe always was shy, Rose was an irresistible child.  Rose was three when she was diagnosed with leukemia.  Zoe asked her mother what that was and she tried to explain it to her.  Zoe saw something else in her eyes, fear.  Rose would go to hospital with her mother and Zoe stayed with her dad.

Rose was in the hospital a lot the first year.  She slept a lot and then Rose had a bone marrow transplant from her mother and she got well again. Her hair came back a little darker then it use to be...

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Blue by Danielle Steel

Monday, July 27, 2020 FictionNovel  No comments

Blue by Danielle Steel  Ginny Carter was traveling from Luena to Malanje in Angola.  She had been there on a SOS Human Rights assignment.  She spent any where from 2 months until 3 months on any assignment occasionally longer. She went in as part of a team that was there to ascertain if human right were being violated or questioned.  They were also there to supply food, water, medicine and shelter.  She had been doing these assignments for 3 and a half years.  She was arriving home on December the 22nd after a 27 hours traveling.

Ginny had wanted to be back on assignment already but now she had to spend the holidays at home.  No matter how hard the work or rugged the conditions the better she liked it.  She was tired and worn out when she arrived in New York...

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A Perfect Live by Danielle Steel

Saturday, July 11, 2020 Novel  No comments

Congressman Patrick Olden, a good friend of Blaise, was scheduled to speak in one of the auditorium’s at UCLA it was estimated that there would be over two thousand students there.  After his speach his first question was from a young man and it pertained to gun control.  All at once the young man pulled out a gun and shot the congressman in the chest and second one in the neck.  The young man kept shooting and finally turned it on himself and died.

Blaise was married for a period of five years to her daughters father.  After that she had a number of affairs with different men but she was also very busy flying to countries and interviewing many professional people.  On one occassion her assistant told her they were getting a new boss...

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A Fatal Fiction by Kaitlyn Dunnett

Wednesday, June 17, 2020 MysteryFiction  No comments

A Fatal Fiction  by Kaitlyn Dunnett

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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Divide and Concord a Mystery by J C Eaton

Thursday, June 18, 2020 Mystery  No comments

Divide and Concord a Mystery by J C Eaton

Divide and Concord a Mystery by J C Eaton,  Murder rears its ugly head again near Two Witches Winery and this time it involves a film crew filming a scene from one of Norrie Ellington’s screenplays. When the over-the-top director is found dead the entire cast and crew find themselves in the police spotlight. Surprisingly Norrie finds herself there too due to a public altercation. The victim’s husband, a candy magnate bringing his business to the area also plays a key role. First, bringing excitement to the area with his expected need of concord grape juice but also could he have been in the area and killed his wife?

To help catch the real killer Norrie enlists the help of her friends from the neighboring wineries...

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A Good Woman A Novel By Danielle Steel

Thursday, April 2, 2020 Novel  No comments

A Good Woman  A Novel By Danielle Steel.

Annabelle Worthington sat quietly reading in the library of her parents  home on the morning of April 14, 1912.  Everything looked in order, it was a lovely spring day and the gardeners had planted beautiful flowers for the return of her parents and older brother.  She would have been with them but having become sick before it was time to leave the Doctor had recommended she stay at home. She had insisted that her mother not miss the trip that had been planned for so long.

She woke up the following morning, put on her house coat and went down for breakfast.  The staff quickly folded the newspaper but she could tell something was wrong.  When she was given the newspaper the headline read that the Titanic had sunk during the night...

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