Free To Kill by Julie Mellon Book Review

Free to Kill by Julie Mellon My rating: 5 of 5 stars FBI Agent Katie Freeman is recently reassigned from Louisiana to Tennessee when she’s immediately tasked with investigating the horrific death of a local woman. Katie and her hunky… Read more

Review of Turn Your Setbacks Into Comebacks by Rick McDaniel

Turn Your Setbacks Into Comebacks is a book of strategies for starting fresh after a setback. The author discusses several types of comebacks that include: Financial Comebacks Relational Comebacks Career Comebacks Health Comebacks Spiritual Comebacks There are also chapters that… Read more

Book Review of A Talent for Murder by Andrew Wilson

  A Talent for Murder is a fictionalized account of the 1926 mysterious ten-day disappearance of author Agatha Christie. Christie never spoke about those ten days and the event remains a mystery to this day. Wilson weaves a tale of… Read more

Review of Harbour Street by Ann Cleeves

  Seventy-year-old Margaret Krukowski is murdered on the Metro, shortly before the Christmas holiday. Detective Joe Ashworth and his daughter Jessie are on their way home in the same Metro car when the murder occurs. Detective Inspector Vera Stanhope welcomes… Read more

Review of Dying in the Wool by Frances Brody

Kate Shackelton loves solving mysteries and since the war ended she’s managed to solve several missing soldier cases for friends and acquaintances. When former fellow VAD (Voluntary Aid Detachment) nurse Tabitha Braithwaite asks Kate to locate her missing father so… Read more

Review of Small Blessings by Martha Woodroof

Review of One by One by Robert Germaux

Review of Understanding Color in Photography by Bryan Peterson

Review of Never Ever by Gita V. Reddy

Review of The Little Yarnmouth Abduction by Tim Van Minton