Book Review of The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

Lale Sokolov is sent to Auschwitz in 1942. Soon after, he’s given the position of tattooist, forced to tattoo his fellow captives. He meets the lovely Gita and promptly falls in love. My brief book synopsis is as deep as… Read more

Review of A Different Truth by Annette Oppenlander

Andy Olson’s parents have sent him away to Palmer Military Academy. During the turbulent late 1960s, going to a military school definitely has its drawbacks. Protests and negative public opinion about the Vietnam War are at an all-time high. Andy… Read more

Review of The After House by Michael Phillip Cash

Remy Galway is a divorced mother, forced to start a new life with her six year old daughter Olivia. Remy rents an old, historic cottage in Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island. It doesn’t take long for Remy to realize she… Read more

Review of The Witch of Napoli by Michael Schmicker

The Witch of Napoli is a work of fiction, based on the famous Italian medium Eusapia Palladino. In this fictionalized version of Palladino’s story, Michael Schmicker has created his character Alessandra Poverelli in the lead role. Like Palladino, Alessandra rises… Read more