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Emma Holden Series

Today’s review is really a series of three books by Paul Pilkington.  The first in the series is The One you Love.  Emma and her friends are out celebrating her upcoming wedding when she gets a call from her brother. … Continue reading

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Who Can Resist Eat Cake

The one things that would make this book better is if it came with a slice of some of the cakes Ruth makes during the book.  Its title is very appropriate.  Eat Cake by Jeanne Ray is a story of … Continue reading

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Watch out for Femmes Fatal

The fourth installment of the Ellie Haskell series is Femmes Fatal by Dorothy Cannell.  It is hilarious!  Who knew that sexy was so dangerous!  It begins: “Ladies, has the love light gone out of your marriage?  Are you asking,Where have … Continue reading

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Danger in the Shadows

Danger in the Shadows by Dee Henderson was another book recommended by my sister.   She has been telling me about the O’Malley series for years, and I finally remembered to look for them at the library.  Danger in the … Continue reading

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The Widow’s Club

I enjoyed The Thin Woman so much that I had to go and get the next book in the Ellie Haskell series.  The Widow’s Club, by Dorothy Cannell, is pretty funny in its own light.  It is a great sequel … Continue reading

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Reviewing Harriet Beamer Strikes Gold

I read Joyce Magnin’s Harriet Beamer Strikes Gold.  It’s the first book by Joyce Magnin that I have ever read.  I did not really enjoy it all that much, but that may be because I read it after the irrepressible … Continue reading

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Helen of Pasadena is So So

Several months ago I read Elizabeth the First Wife by Lian Dolan.  I enjoyed it quite a bit and looked forward to reading Helen of Pasadena.  When I finally saw it at the library I snatched it up and safely … Continue reading

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