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Death Takes a Ride by Lorena McCourtney

The second I’ve read by this author, this book was not disappointing. It’s a cute, action-packed who-dunn-it that I loved!

Cate arrives at H&B Restorations to give a friend a ride, but an unbelievable crime takes place, sucking Cate into investigating. 86 more words

Book Reviews

The trial, Chapter 25 of Prophecies and Penalties, and Queen Caroline's trial

The trial is on! Defendant: Emily Fisher. Charges: Demonolatry, corrupting the young. Court: the High Council of the Children of the New Revelation. Prosecutor: Harold Lewis, of the High Council. 364 more words

Writing

Book Review - Bloody Valentine by James Patterson

Have you ever picked up a book expecting great things and then experienced a huge disappointment? Well, that was my experience with Bloody Valentine by James Patterson (the author of the Alex Cross series) with K. 274 more words

Writing

Who killed Mary Jane Langley? 123 year old murder mystery still unsolved today

TODAY 1st August marks the 123rd anniversary of the discovery of the bloody body of Preston girl 18-year-old Mary Jane Langley. Her throat had been cut with a jaggard wound described as the size of a man’s fist. 704 more words

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Rosie's Book review Team #RBRT - Cleaver Square by Sean and Daniel Campbell reviewed by Cathy

Today we have a book review from Cathy, she blogs at http://betweenthelinesbookblog.wordpress.com

Cathy chose to read and review “Cleaver Square” by Sean and Daniel Campbell… 266 more words

Books

Hey! It's a "Beach Book Bash"

Lazing by the pool, taking in the delish aromas at a BBQ, perhaps  in the park for a summer picnic, reclining on a blanket at the beach, sitting in an air conditioned room with your e-reader, or maybe you’re under the boardwalk…take these fantastic, sizzling, compelling, inspiring summer reads with you. 2,092 more words

Grace Awards

You'll never guess whodunit in this mystery, and there's a really lame reason why...

What’s wrong with this short story?

Gwen worked late every Thursday night, preparing reports and assorted charts for a standing Friday morning meeting. Her family was on their own for dinner that night, but they were used to it.

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