Monthly Archives: May 2014

Have You Met The Great Brain?

When I was growing up I was an insatiable reader.  One of the books that I remember with great fondness is The Great Brain by John D. Fitzgerald.  When my son expressed interest in finding some new books to read … Continue reading

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The Prayer Box is Amazing

The Prayer Box, by Lisa Wingate, is one of those books that makes you think as you are reading it.  While I was reading I would stop every once in a while and think about myself in relation to the … Continue reading

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The Bookstore is a Big No!

I wanted to read The Bookstore by Deborah Meyer.  It sounded interesting and rather fun.  Instead it opens with a girl who intuitively realizes she’s pregnant at lunch and starts fantasizing about all the men around her while using very foul … Continue reading

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The Real Macaw

The Real Macaw, by Donna Andrews, is the eleventh book to feature Meg Langslow at her mystery solving best.  I do believe it is also a cozy mystery, which I just had to add since I now know about the … Continue reading

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Aunt Dimity and the Deep Blue Sea

I learned something interesting when I read this book.  Maybe I am the last person on earth to know about it… There is a sub-genre of mysteries called cozy mysteries.  Apparently I really liked cozy mysteries without even knowing they … Continue reading

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Finally, The Rescuer

I have finally finished reading Dee Henderson’s O’Malley series.  I started reading it in December of 2013 and finished in April of 2014.  I think I exercised quite a bit of restraint on your behalf.  Before I started writing reviews … Continue reading

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The Very Odd Suspense and Sensibility

Suspense and Sensibility has to be the weirdest Jane Austen fan fiction that I have ever read.  Written by Carrie Bebris and formally titled Suspense and Sensibility or, First Impressions Revisited, A Mr. And Mrs. Darcy Mystery, this book takes … Continue reading

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