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Book Review: The Postcard by Beverly Lewis

Copyright: 1999 by Beverly Lewis. Genre: Christian fiction. In these days when our major news stories continuously tell of the conflicts between Jews, Christians, and Muslims, Americans tend to think of the Amish in Pennsylvania and Ohio as being peaceful, plain, and extremely religious people who have no conflicts. In reality, there are problems within the Amish community, much the…

Book Review: Making Waves by Catherine Todd

Copyright: 1997 by Catherine Todd Genre: Mystery, humor. Carolyn James is about to become single at the age of forty. Her lawyer, husband has left her in Making Waves by Catherine Todd. Caroline and Steve have been married for close to twenty years. They have two teenage children and a nice home that Caroline has cared for while Steve has…

Book review: Malice in Maggody by Joan Hess

Copyright: 1987 by Joan Hess. Genre: Mystery, humor. Starley City, received a permit from the EPA to build a sewage processing plant that would empty into Boone Creek. The residents of Maggody, Arkansas (population 755), were determined to stop it, as Boone Creek is their popular fishing hole. So begins the first of Joan Hess’s Arly Hanks mysteries. Ariel is…

Vampire Literature: Have you read any?

The dictionary describes a vampire as a corpse supposed, in European folklore, to leave its grave at night to drink the blood of the living by biting their necks with long pointed canine teeth. Dracula by Bram Stoker, published in 1897 set the stage for modern vampire literature. Although he was not the first to write about these creatures, they…

Book burning?

In the northern city of Mosul, Islamic State militants have been confiscating and, in some cases, burning books from libraries. According to an Associated Press article by Sinah Salaheddin and Sameer N. Yacoub: Islamic State militants invaded the Central Library of Mosul, loaded about 2,000 books – including children’s stories, poetry, philosophy and tomes on sports, health, culture and science…

Do you reread novels?

Do you ever reread your favorite books? With the millions of books available, what would make someone want to reread a fiction novel? Reading can be relaxing and comforting. It can be informing and educational. What are your reasons for rereading books? A good book can actually be better the second time around. You pick up pieces of information that…

The Cat Who Moved a Mountain by Lilian Jackson Braun

Copyright: 1992 by Lilian Jackson Braun Genre: Mystery The Cat Who Moved a Mountain is the 13th in Braun’s Cat Who series. This popular series was written by Lilian Jackson Braun, who in 1992, lived her summers in Caseville, Michigan and her winters in North Carolina. The books feature James Qwilleran and his two Siamese cats, Koko and Yum Yum…

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