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Book Review by Amy Lignor

“My Kiss Won’t Miss” is a New Children’s Tale that Brings Back Beauty & Fun

  “My Kiss Won’t Miss” is a New Children’s Tale that Brings Back Beauty & Fun Book Review by Amy Lignor Written by Lesley Dahlseng and illustrated by Mirela Tufan, this tale is one of those rare books that will appear on parents’ shelves all over the globe. There are very few titles that parents […]

“The Deepest Dark” by Joan Hall Hovey is a Definite Walk on the “Creepy” Side

  “The Deepest Dark” by Joan Hall Hovey is a Definite Walk on the “Creepy” Side ~ Amy Lignor   For those who love sinking into a comfortable chair and enjoying the ultimate ‘creepfest’, this is it. Abby Miller is an author who is locked in the throes of a deep depression, as her family […]

“Assault and Pepper” is no Girlie Band

  “Assault and Pepper” is no Girlie Band Author Leslie Budewitz Offers the Perfect Cozy Book Review by Amy Lignor   Pepper Reece is owner of the Seattle Spice Shop and has come up against some trying times in her not too distant past. Pepper left her marriage, lost a job she loved due to […]

The Mad Monk is Back in Rasputin’s Shadow by Raymond Khoury

The Mad Monk is Back in Rasputin’s Shadow by Raymond Khoury  ~ Book Review by Amy Lignor Uniquely plotted, this book offers up a journey connected to the odd mind of Rasputin; the man who was given the historical honor of causing the downfall of the Russian Royal Family. Fiction melds with fact, as the […]

Cold Shot: A Clever Suspense by Mark Henshaw

Cold Shot: A Clever Suspense by Mark Henshaw   The number one factor that makes a thriller memorable is whether or not the story is clever. Henshaw brought it in his first novel, Red Cell, and has most definitely delivered once again by creating one of the most clever thrillers in quite a while   […]

A Hunter is Center Stage Once More in The Catch by Taylor Stevens

A Hunter is Center Stage Once More in The Catch by Taylor Stevens Book Review by Amy Lignor Vanessa Michael Monroe is known as a bit of a chameleon. She is a definite hunter who has built her reputation on getting things done, whether it be dangerous things, or shady deals in the legal realm, […]

Intriguing Native American History & Emotion is Found in Broken Trust by Shannon Baker

Intriguing Native American History & Emotion is Found in Broken Trust by Shannon Baker  ~Book Review by Amy Lignor Nora Abbott is trying to start a new life after her husband’s murder. She has taken on rock climbing and hiking atop stunning Mount Evans in Colorado…and trying not to have a panic attack from the […]

Intrigue Galore is the Ticket in Blind Trust by Sandra Orchard

Intrigue Galore is the Ticket in Blind Trust by Sandra Orchard ~ Book Review by Amy Lignor This is the second unique book in a trilogy that focuses on the life of Kate Adams, a research scientist working with herbs. For those readers who missed out on the first, Kate knows which herbs are poisonous […]

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