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Sail Upon the Land by Josa Young

I came across this book when trawling for books about Mother’s Day, for a piece I was writing for parenting magazine Today’s Child. Josa Young, the author of two novels, … 860 more words

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Aunt Miranda by Diane M Dickson

When the blow first fell it was devastating.  Grandfather roared and blustered around the rooms.  He used words such as wanton and strumpet.  Strumpet, it’s a ridiculous word, it doesn’t fit, sounds silly and theatrical.  1,017 more words

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Book Review: You by Caroline Kepnes

You by Caroline Kepnes

Genre: Adult, Contemporary, Thriller

Publishing Info: Kindle Edition, Published September 2014 by Atria/Emily Bestler Books

Pages: 433

Star Rating: 4/5

Back Cover Summary: … 711 more words

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Review of Rat House by David W. Friedman

We have a NEW book reviewer. I am very excited to introduce Don Sloan to you all. I suspect that Don is going to give the lovely Joanne Armstrong a run for her money in terms of the number of books he reviews. 575 more words

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[723] The Accident - Chris Pavone

” Who was the villain in this story? ” (Ch.54, p.486)

The Accident is a thriller about publishing. It concerns a manuscript by an anonymous writer that is so earth-shattering that people in the publishing world would kill to get their hands on it. 341 more words


Waiting For Francis by Todd Levin

I stood at the bathroom door of The Shield waiting on Francis. It had been a long Friday night like most of them had ended up being. 2,887 more words

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[722] The Day After Tomorrow - Allan Folsom

” That the creature was innately evil, had caused the deaths of two people and horribly and inexorably gnarled Paul Osburn’s own life from childhood on, seemed, at this point, to have little meaning. 501 more words