REVIEW: “The Art of Racing in the Rain” by Garth Stein

"The Art of Racing in the Rain" by Garth Stein 321 pages, paperback First published May 13, 2008, by Harper Collins My synopsis Enzo is basically a human -- a very insightful human -- in a dog's body. He loves auto racing as much as, if not more than, his master Denny. We follow Enzo … Continue reading REVIEW: “The Art of Racing in the Rain” by Garth Stein

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REVIEW: “Run Away” by Harlan Coben

"Run Away" by Harlan Coben Hardcover, 371 pages Published March 19, 2019, by Grand Central Publishing ISBN: 1538748460 My synopsis Simon Greene will do anything for his family, including his eldest child, Paige. But she's on drugs, and she's running from him. And he doesn't fully understand why. As Simon and his wife Ingrid fight … Continue reading REVIEW: “Run Away” by Harlan Coben

REVIEW: “A Light in the Desert” by Anne Montgomery

"A Light in the Desert" by Anne Montgomery Paperback,Β 286 pages Published Nov. 6, 2018, by Treehouse Publishing/Amphorae Publishing GroupΒ (first published May 27, 2015) ISBN: 1732139113 My synopsis A Vietnam veteran struggling with mental illness, a pregnant teen with a facial deformity and a group of religious zealots are thrown onto a backdrop of the Arizona … Continue reading REVIEW: “A Light in the Desert” by Anne Montgomery

REVIEW: “Things You Save in a Fire” by Katherine Center

"Things You Save in a Fire" by Katherine Center Hardcover, 320 pages Slated for publication Aug. 13, 2019, by St. Martin's Press ISBN: 1250047323 My synopsis Firefighter Cassie Hanwell has a successful career in Texas that takes a detour when her semi-estranged mother in Massachusetts calls to ask for her help. Cassie must fight more … Continue reading REVIEW: “Things You Save in a Fire” by Katherine Center

REVIEW: “The Spies of Shilling Lane” by Jennifer Ryan

"The Spies of Shilling Lane" by Jennifer Ryan Kindle edition, 368 pages Published June 4, 2019, by Crown ASIN: B07K62LGW8 My review Great Britain is deeply entrenched in World War II, and it's against this dismal backdrop that the haughty Mrs. Braithwaite receives divorce papers from her cheating husband. Because of the stigma surrounding divorced … Continue reading REVIEW: “The Spies of Shilling Lane” by Jennifer Ryan

BLOG TOUR: “Ungentlemanly Warfare” by Howard Linskey (Review)

Many thanks to Random Things Tours for the opportunity to participate in this blog tour, featuring the World War II-era espionage thriller "Ungentlemanly Warfare" by Howard Linskey. This book from No Exit Press was just released today! Synopsis A soldier and a spy, an officer but not quite a gentleman... Captain Harry Walsh is SOE’s … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: “Ungentlemanly Warfare” by Howard Linskey (Review)

REVIEW: “Lilac Girls” by Martha Hall Kelly

"Lilac Girls" by Martha Hall Kelly Paperback, 502 pages Published Feb. 28, 2017, by Ballantine Books ISBN: 1101883081 Synopsis "'Father loved the fact that a lilac only blossoms after a harsh winter ... It's a miracle all this beauty emerges after such hardship, don't you think?'"Caroline Ferriday "Lilac Girls" is the story of three women, … Continue reading REVIEW: “Lilac Girls” by Martha Hall Kelly