Archives for August, 2018

Tear Me Apart

Tear Me Apart is a well-plotted character-driven family drama filled with secrets and lies. It also deals compassionately with mental

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Sheets

Sheets is a heartwarming graphic novel about the unusual friendship between a grieving girl and a lonely ghost boy. Marjorie’s

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Little Comfort

It is amazing such an accomplished thriller with multiple plot lines was written by a debut author. Kudos to Edwin

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Origami 101

Using just four simple shapes, Origami 101 teaches makers to create 43 different figures from a simple penguin to a

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Batman and the Signal

Batman and the Signal was a little too focused on the Signal’s feelings and history to feel like a fully

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Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles

Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles is a clever reinvention of an iconic 1960s cartoon character. Snagglepuss was originally a

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Hangman's Hold

Hangman’s Hold is a servicable British police procedural. DCI Matilda Darke has a problem. Someone is killing ex-convicts on her

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Silent Invasion

In 1952 rural America, private eye Dick Mallet sees a strange light in the sky while looking for a missing

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Taco Tuesday Cookbook

If you love tacos (and who doesn’t), the Taco Tuesday Cookbook is for you! Filled with 52 taco plus guacamole,

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Art of Being Bill

Bill Murray’s movie career is explored along with various artists’ interpretations of him in numerous media in the Art of

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Deadly Habit: A theatrical mystery

A Deadly Habit plops Charles Paris in a West End play where a real murderer is afoot. Charles Paris “spent

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Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the Trump White House

Who can forget the #1 villain in three seasons of the Apprentice? Omarosa really spills the t in Unhinged: An

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Martinis and Memories—Author Guest Post

Writing nostalgia in Martinis and Memories I love me some nostalgia. Even though I wasn’t particularly happy in myself in

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Martinis and Memories

Martinis and Memories is the strong and empowering finale of the Martini Club trilogy. “Smart girls don’t fall for the

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Book Giveaway of Aunt Dimity and the Kings Ransom

Enter this book giveaway to grab a free hard cover copy of Aunt Dimity and the King’s Ransom by Nancy

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The Irrationalist: The Tragic Murder of Rene Descartes

Set in Europe in the 1600s, The Irrationalist: The Tragic Murder of Rene Descartes is an overlong but enthralling mystery.

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