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STRANGER THAN STRANGE

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The Stranger by Eleanor Lee Gustaw was hard to get into. It’s the story of two police officers who are married when a traumatic incident sends the female officer, Rose,  running. It is so traumatic she loses herself and develops … Continue reading

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ASSIMILATION

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Redeeming Honor  by L. A. West is an unusual book which I had a hard time getting into and finishing. The story was not quite realistic and possibly activist. Basir an Afghan war interrupter has lost his honor by assisting … Continue reading

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SECOND CHANCES

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Denise Hunter is one of my favorite authors. In blue ridge sunrise she weaves a intriguing story of second chances at first love, forgiveness and God’s mercy. Zoe Collins and Cruz Huntley grew up together. Cruz was her brother’s best … Continue reading

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THE UNSUNG HEROES OF WAR

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Tamera Alexander does a lot of research and knows her history when she writes her historical novels. I’ve read several and have never been disappointed. Christmas at Carnton is the latest and it precedes in time to the Belle Meade … Continue reading

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MOTHER’S AND DAUGHTER’S

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Irene Vartanoff wrote A Daughter’s  A Daughter about three generation of women.  The basic character is widowed Pam Ridgeway, who has let life’s decision mold her into a compliant persoon.  Her daughter, Linley, is a no holds barred person who … Continue reading

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LEAVING BEHIND

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A PLAIN LEAVING by Leslie Gould is really two stories in one. It’s the first book of The sisters of Lancaster County so I’m expecting to find myself anxiously awaiting the next as Leslie writes a compelling story. Jessica Bachmann … Continue reading

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THE WAYS WE’RE SIMILAR

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Lori Benton writes a lot of early Native American stories that should remind us all of how they were mistreated and persevered.  Many Sparrows is a hopefully the first of a new series. Against Clare, his pregnant wife, wishes Phillip … Continue reading

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