REVIEWED: Turkey Trot Murder

Turkey Trot Murder by Leslie Meier (Mystery Novel, October 2017). The lead character in this cozy mystery series, Lucy Stone, is a middle aged, happily married woman who works as a reporter for the local weekly newspaper in her small New England town. This time, she’s out for a run, training for the local Thanksgiving Day […]

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REVIEWED: Gabriel’s Angel

Gabriel’s Angel by Nora Roberts (Romance Novel, 1989). Roberts is, of course, one of the most honored and best-selling authors of our time. She’s also adept at many distinct genres. This time out, she offers up a very good contemporary romance–one that isn’t sappy, but genuine and sexy. This one plays capably with a social class […]

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REVIEWED: The Floating World

The Floating World by C. Morgan Babst (Contemporary Novel, 2017). This novel focuses on an multi-racial family struggling to deal with Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. The disaster exaggerates and forces them to confront underlying tensions and issues none of them are eager to admit to, let alone confront. Tess, the mother, is a wealthy white […]

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