REVIEW: “The Woman in the Window”

"The Woman in the Window" by A.J. Finn 427 pages Published Jan. 2, 2018, by William Morrow ISBN: 0062678418   My review "I saw what I wanted to see, what I needed to see." Dr. Anna Fox hasn't practiced child psychology in nearly a year, because that's the last time she left her house. A traumatic … Continue reading REVIEW: “The Woman in the Window”

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REVIEW: “The Alienist” by Caleb Carr

Blogger's note: I shudder to admit that until about a month ago, I had no idea the then-forthcoming TNT miniseries "The Alienist" was actually based on a 23-year-old novel. I happened upon it while finishing my birthday book shopping spree, on an endcap featuring titles that were "hitting the big screen." Despite its length, I … Continue reading REVIEW: “The Alienist” by Caleb Carr

BLOG TOUR: “The Last Chance Matinee (Hudson Sisters #1) by Mariah Stewart – Review

I am delighted to be participating in a blog tour for the very first time. This blog tour is hosted by Simon and Schuster's Gallery Books, the publisher of "The Last Chance Matinee (Hudson Sisters #1)" by Mariah Stewart. Many thanks to Melissa Gramstad, publicity manager for Simon & Schuster/Gallery, for inviting me to participate! … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: “The Last Chance Matinee (Hudson Sisters #1) by Mariah Stewart – Review

Review: “In the Shadow of Lakecrest” by Elizabeth Blackwell

"In the Shadow of Lakecrest" by Elizabeth Blackwell 282 pages, Lake Union Publishing Published Feb. 1, 2017 ISBN: 1503941841 Looking to escape from a life of poverty and hardship, Kate Moore hastily marries wealthy medical company heir Matthew Lemont on the threshold of the Great Depression. When he brings her home to meet his ice … Continue reading Review: “In the Shadow of Lakecrest” by Elizabeth Blackwell

Author Mindy Mejia demonstrates new dance move, discusses “grip-lit”

Yesterday afternoon, I traveled with three fellow Book Swap pals to Prairie Lights Bookstore in Iowa City, where we attended a reading and signing by "Everything You Want Me to Be" author Mindy Mejia. First off, I wanna say that Mindy is hilarious. She told us how, while making breakfast for her two young children … Continue reading Author Mindy Mejia demonstrates new dance move, discusses “grip-lit”

Review: “The Wife, the Maid and the Mistress” by Ariel Lawhon

"The Wife, the Maid and the Mistress" by Ariel Lawhon 304 pages, Doubleday Published Jan. 14, 2014 ISBN: 038553762X "Everything in this city is based on favors. In one way or another." So says Stella Crater, wife of New York Supreme Court Judge Joseph Crater, in "The Wife, the Maid and the Mistress." On Aug. 6, … Continue reading Review: “The Wife, the Maid and the Mistress” by Ariel Lawhon

Review: “The Lost Woman (Louise Rick, #6)” by Sara Blaedel

"The Lost Woman (Louise Rick, #6)" by Sara Blaedel 304 pages, Hatchette Published Feb. 7, 2017 (first published Nov. 7, 2014, in Denmark) ISBN: 1455541079 Inspector Louise Rick, head of the elite Special Search Agency in Denmark's National Police Department, finds herself entangled in a case that becomes rather personal in "The Lost Woman." Her colleague … Continue reading Review: “The Lost Woman (Louise Rick, #6)” by Sara Blaedel