Monthly Archives: November 2017

J.A. Davis’s “Crisis” Series

While on vacation I read J.A. Davis’s newest book, Crisis: Black. It’s the sequel to his debut novel, Crisis: Blue, which I reviewed in early 2017. If you enjoy political thrillers and adventure/suspense novels you will love these books.  To read my review … Continue reading

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Two Girls Down, But Not Out

I just finished a fantastic book. Two Girls Down, the most recent work of Louisa Luna, takes the reader through the emotional roller coster of searching for missing children.   Many current social issues are subtly woven into a compelling yet … Continue reading

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Two Great Lowcountry Mysteries

Lowcountry Book Club and Lowcountry Bonfire are #5 and #6 respectively, in Susan Boyer‘s Liz Talbot Mystery Series. Boyer is a recipient and of the Agatha Award, the Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Mystery and Suspense, and was shortlisted for the Pat Conroy … Continue reading

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English Garden Mystery

Set in England, Pru Parke, gardener extraordinaire, is hired to refurbish the famous gardens at Glebe House in the Cotswolds. The elderly magistrate, Batsford Bede, is murdered, and soon almost everyone around him is a suspect. Best Laid Plants, by Marty … Continue reading

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Greek Saga is Author’s First to Be Published in English

Lena Manta, is a well-known Greek author, quite popular in Greece and elsewhere. Her book, The House by the River, is the first of her books to be published in English. I had the honor of being the first to publish … Continue reading

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