Sati and the Rider is a fast-paced, fun read – it’s all in the cards!
St Louis Affair: The Adventures of Herbert Falken by Michael Scheffel – Historical Thriller/Detective
When heinous murders tarnish 1899 St. Louis, who are you going to call? None other than Inquiry Agent, Herbert Falken!
Fire Call! Sounding the Alarm to Save Our Vanishing Volunteers by George De Vault – Memoir/Fire Science
Readers will be thrilled and at times chilled by this up-close view of the sacrifice, guts, and skill displayed on an everyday basis by volunteer firefighters who perform their duties with no thought of recognition or reward.
Ways to soften the blow of moving back home: 19 million in your pocket, starting your own business... a knack for finding dead blondes wherever you turn? -- Not on the list!
Love, Loss, and Awakening: (Mis)adventures on the Way Back to Joy by Dennis Freed – Non-Fiction/Memoir
A vivid portrayal of someone desperately stumbling in the dark desperately fumbling for a match to show the way out despair and hopelessness, and, then after a lot of bumps and scrapes, finally finding what he was seeking--happiness.
The Breast is History: An Intimate Memoir of Breast Cancer by Bronwyn Hope – Inspirational Non-Fiction
The author does not shy away from tough issues. She displays a secure knowledge of many complex medications and their effects and side effects. By detailing how her illness progressed, she provides a guideline for others.
When you read more than a hundred books per year, it’s exciting to find one that surprises you. "Tupelo Honey" is one. A stick-to-the-ribs portrait of an extraordinary girl who overcomes the deck stacked against her in the deep South.
Beauty takes a different a form in Lisa Souza’s page-turning debut novel, Beauty and the Bridesmaid.
Dorothy (Dot) Lindell tags herself as a “relationship black hole.” An overweight software geek with a loser love life whose only wish is to not die a virgin.
At her cousin’s wedding, displayed in a tightly molded purple-ish taffeta gown, Dot […]