Cat Ellington’s review of Rum, Cigars, and Corpses (Roger and Suzanne mysteries, )

Rum, Cigars, and Corpses by Jerold Last My rating: 2 of 5 stars In all of my years as a reader of fictional novels, I’ve come to know and love an ample number of fictional characters who, even after a generous passing of time, sustained themselves in my fondest memories, and became legends in my

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Cat Ellington’s review of The World’s Best Kept Beauty Secrets

The World’s Best Kept Beauty Secrets by Diane Irons My rating: 5 of 5 stars Diane Irons’ The World’s Best Kept Beauty Secrets, an astounding health, beauty, and styling reference guide first published in 1997, is a precise must-read for the beauty passionate in every woman. It had been in the summer of 1997, two

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Spare and Found Parts by Sarah Maria Griffin (Review)

Sent to me by Titan Books in exchange for an honest review. Release Date: 06/02/18 Publisher: Titan Books ISBN: 978-1785657054 Format: Paperback, 416pp Genre: Science-Fiction (With a whole plethora of genres mixed in!) Rating: 5/5 Summed up in a word: Creation First Impressions When I picked up Spare and Found Parts I had a feeling……

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Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet ~ Jamie Ford

Rating: 4/5 Alternating between Henry as a boy growing up in 1942 WWII and Henry as a middle aged man in 1986, Ford’s novel is a beautiful historical fiction that hit me right in the feels. This book is sweet and romantic while reminding readers of tragedies of the past. The star-crossed interracial childhood lovers

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New Titles to Add to Your TBR Piles…

Christine Mangan’s debut suspense novel Tangerine (Ecco, 3/27) carries the flavor of vintage 1950s crime fiction by the likes of Patricia Highsmith. Kidnapping victim and advocacy expert Elizabeth Smart follows up her 2013 memoir with Where There’s Hope: Healing, Moving Forward, and Never Giving Up (St. Martin’s, 3/27). And Anna Quindlen returns with her novel

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The Feed by Nick Clark Windo (Review)

Sent to me by Headline in exchange for an honest review. Release Date: 25/01/18 Publisher: Headline ISBN: 978-1472241917 Format: Paperback, 368pp Genre: Science-Fiction/Thriller Rating: 4/5 Summed up in a word: Re-education First Impressions I have been reading a lot of technopocalypse novels recently and it takes quite a bit to get me to the edge……

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