No Strangers Here: by Carlene O’Conner Twists and turns reminiscent of Death on the Nile, this murder mystery set in a small Irish town will keep you guessing who dunnit, when everyone had a motive. The characters are complex and charming and the background details left me nostalgic for a place I’ve never been! 5 […]
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Big Swiss by Jen Beagin, a review by Jacquie Jordan. If you are a fan of stories with many ups and downs, and a focus on mental health, then you will love this book. It is filled with unique characters who are all struggling with their own problems. The story is well paced and interspersed […]
Die Around Sundown by Mark Pryor, a review by Jacquie Jordan I love mystery books, and this one did not disappoint! It was well paced and kept me guessing till the end. The story alternates between a murder investigation, set in France during World War II, and the main character’s memories from 1918. There is […]
Tiny Buddha’s Inner Strength Journal, a book review by Lucy H. Delaney I picked this book up because I liked the color and wanted to see more about what was inside. As a Christian I was a little nervous about the title, as a writer the promise of “creative prompts” beckoned me inside the pages… […]
Wake the Bones by Elizabeth Kilcoyne, a book review by Mica Sage. Wow, this book was gripping! It was a bit convoluted at points, but the imagery and the character dynamics make up for it. The whole book feels like a Kentucky summer, all gothic and humid and just unnerving enough to be fascinating. I […]
Local Author, Sue Magrath, will be joining us for a Book Signing, Saturday, October 16, 2021 from 1 p.m. to 3 pm. Her new novel, The Salvation of Poetry, will be available for purchase. Bio: Sue Magrath is a retired mental health counselor and spiritual director. In her work, she encountered many survivors of child […]
Family dynamics, with a splash of monster madness.
Intriguing, thought provoking, on family dynamics. It starts out as a slower read and then takes you into a world of fighting for those who don’t have a voice of their own.
It was filled with fascinating and entertaining stories as well as misfortunes and mistakes made along the way. Nothing was overly technical and those of us who aren’t in the buzz – er – biz can easily follow along.