Monthly Archives: November 2014

Unsinkable A Memoir

The very first time I watched Debbie Reynolds in The Unsinkable Molly Brown I fell in love with her work as an actress in musical movies.  I’ve watched a lot of her movies made in the fifties and sixties, thanks … Continue reading

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No, No, No: The Miniaturist

Ugh!  I hate it when I start a book that seems like it is going to be very interesting only to discover that it is full of yucky stuff.  From terribly foul language to explicit scenes, The Miniaturist has it … Continue reading

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Aunt Dimity Down Under

Aunt Dimity and Lori Shepherd are back on the case in Nancy Atherton’s Aunt Dimity Down Under.  It’s a mystery that all genealogical enthusiasts will appreciate, as well as fans of Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings movies.  I know … Continue reading

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The Broadmoor Legacy Series

Last week I reviewed A Daughter’s Inheritance by Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller.  It took me two trips to the library to find the other two books in the series.  Book two of the Broadmoor Legacy is An Unexpected Love, and … Continue reading

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Peony In Love

It’s time to take a break from the mysteries.  I’ve read a lot of them lately, and this blog isn’t supposed to be dedicated solely to mystery novels.  Besides, my brain is tied in knots from trying to figure out … Continue reading

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