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Book Review: Nobody's Baby by Penny Kline

Izzy wakes in the middle of the night to find a baby left on her doorstep, the only clue to who the mother might be is a note attached giving the baby’s name. 125 more words

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Obituaries: Mining the unexpected

Obits are chock full of characters & storylines

Reading the obituaries in my daily newspaper is not a regular pastime. But as it happened one day, looking for information for personal reasons, I came across the obituary for a WWII soldier. 205 more words

Murder In Common

Remember Our Heroes on Memorial Day!

I want to take a moment and thank the men and women that have served/serving in in our armed forces. One of the hardest scenes I write are battle scenes. 212 more words

Romance Books

"Winner Lose All" Thriller Novel on Last 12 Hours of a Kindle Sale. Grab One!

Winner Lose All is on the last 12 Hours of a $0.99 Kindle Countdown Sale. Grab a copy!

Winning a war is the easy part. It is winning the peace and insuring you can win the next one that is infinitely harder. 273 more words

WW II

Book Review: Skeletal by Katherine Hayton

I devoured this extremely gripping mystery thriller about enthralling protagonist, Daina Harrow. A very bright fourteen year old girl from a troubled single-parent home, whose bones are discovered ten years after she goes missing, in the foundations of an old house that has been denuded and lifted after an earthquake. 124 more words

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Spot-Lit for May 2015

These titles – from established, emerging, and under-the-radar authors – are some of the most anticipated new releases based on a consensus of advance reviews, publisher interest, and bookish social media. 32 more words

Fiction

Book Review: Every Breath You Take by Bianca Sloane

One woman, one stalker and one ideal man. When Natalie Scott finally lowers her defences and let’s a man get close to her she cannot believe how well suited she is to Jason but things take an unexpected turn leaving Natalie living an absolute nightmare. 63 more words

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