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Bookish Gifts

I saw a “Miss Manners” letter in the newspaper yesterday from some reader who wanted to know the proper response when then gave someone a gift of a book and the person replied “I already have this book.” In this particular case the person who received the book was rather rude and insensitive, handing her gift back to the giver…

Humor in books: What do you think?

Proverbs 17:22 reads “A merry heart does good, like medicine, but a broken spirit dries the bones.” Doctors and other health care professional have noted the physical benefits caused by laughter, including pain reduction, muscle relaxation, the lowering of blood pressure and strengthening of the immune system. This involuntary reflex not only makes a person feel better but it is…

Book Review: Her Last Breath by Linda Castillo

opyright: 2013 by Linda Castillo Genre: Mystery/Suspense She was fourteen years old when a farm hand tried to rape her. Katie Burkholder was able to grab her grandfather’s rifle and shoot her attacker. She killed him. Sworn to silence by her Amish father, Katie and her siblings kept their secret for seventeen years. He and her brother buried the body…

Book Review: The Homecoming by Robyn Carr

Copyright: 2014 by Robyn Carr Genre: Contemporary romance, social issues Thunder Point, is a small town on a secluded piece of the Pacific coastline in Oregon. The largest unspoiled piece of land in town belongs to Hank Cooper, an ex-Army helicopter pilot who inherited the land from an Army helicopter mechanic who he made friends with in the service. Since…

Book Review: The Promise by Robyn Carr

Copyright: 2014 by Robyn Carr Genre: Contemporary romance, social issues Do parents of a fifteen-year-old girl who is pregnant have the right to make her get an abortion? Does the girl have any rights? This issue was explored when Krissy, the daughter of Peyton Lacoumette’s ex-boyfriend called her in a panic, trying to stop her parents from forcing her into…

Does anything bug you about books?

I love to read. I read as often as I can. But, like anything, there are things pertaining to reading or sometimes even the books themselves that irritate me. Is there anything that actually annoys you regarding books and reading? Few of these things would stop me from reading a book but it would be nice if the authors and…

The mystery genre: Do you like it?

Mystery and Suspense are broad categories of books, that are very popular to today’s readers. Many of the books in each of these genres can also be called thrillers. Bestselling authors like James Patterson, Janet Evanovich, Harlan Coben, Clive Cussler and Robert Ludlum fall into these categories. Some contain romance, some humor, murder, courtroom dramas, war, western, or religion. The…

Book Review: Gun Games by Faye Kellerman

Copyright: 2012 by Plot Line, Inc. Genre: Mystery/Suspense Gun Games is the twentieth novel in the Peter Decker/ Rina Lazarus series by Faye Kellerman. I have been reading this series for over 25 years and have already read number 22, Murder 101. Luckily, any one of these police stories can be read as a stand-alone book. Gun Games takes place…

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