This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.
It’s 3 years later at Butternut Lake. Daisy is back for the summer, Caroline is busy running Pearl’s- and their lives are about to change. 553 more words
Writers—especially genre writers—can labor for many years, book after book, without really breaking out in a big way. So it’s very gratifying when someone as accomplished as procedural writer Crombie finally “arrives,” which she did several years ago after a dozen novels. 298 more words
I read this book in two sittings. Novelist and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Richtel uses both skill sets to tell the story of Reggie Shaw, a nice Mormon teen in Utah who kills two scientists in a car accident when his car crosses the line on a highway one morning. 567 more words
I had the chance to read the first novel from Helen Gaynor about the Titanic http://poofbooks.wordpress.com/2014/04/24/a-titanic-memory-the-girl-who-came-home/, that too had a beautiful cover. Next up from Gaynor is A MEMORY OF VIOLETS and it too has a cover that will catch your eye. 417 more words
Publisher: William Morrow
Publication date: 8/26/2014
An isolated island off the coast of Maine.
Puppets. (Yes, puppets…) 243 more words
Yep, dead authors keep “writing.” It’s a thing in publishing–we just can’t stand to see the end point of a good brand . The whole idea works to better or worse effect depending on who is tapped to extend the series. 498 more words
A Bed-and-Breakfast Mystery
William Morrow, August 2014
From the publisher—
With the holidays gone and Hillside Manor almost empty, Innkeeper Judith McMonigle Flynn has a bad case of the blues. 740 more words