The Moon Hunters Book Review

Book Review: The Moon Hunters by Anya Pavelle

If you asked me a couple of years ago if I would be into dystopian books, I would have laughed. Oh how times have changed - and it is all thanks to this blog and the wonderful authors who put their faith in me to review their books. But I digress. Maybe I would have … Continue reading Book Review: The Moon Hunters by Anya Pavelle

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Book Review: Roses of Marrakech by Rachel Clare

I set myself a goal to read more light-hearted books this year. While I'm finding it difficult to peel myself away from my usual thrillers, I am finding some gems out there. Goodreads Blurb Book Review: Roses of Marrakech by Rachel Clare Can you ever leave the past behind? Roses of Marrakech is a breathtaking romantic … Continue reading Book Review: Roses of Marrakech by Rachel Clare

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Book Review: Rage and Retribution by Lorraine Mace

Rage and retribution: two great elements to a crime book. This book incorporates them so well that the author aptly chose the title as Rage and Retribution. Goodreads Blurb Rage and Retribution by Lorraine Mace Can two wrongs ever make a right? A man is found by the side of a canal, comatose and brutally … Continue reading Book Review: Rage and Retribution by Lorraine Mace

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Book Review: Georgia Stories On My Mind by Jackie Rod

How many of you are fans of Maeve Binchy's Chestnut Street? Or Dubliners from James Joyce? Well, I've another collection of community-based short stories that you might enjoy. Goodreads Blurb Book Review: Georgia Stories On My Mind by Jackie Rod Come visit Georgia through stories that reach beyond these turbulent times. Experience Southern tales shaped … Continue reading Book Review: Georgia Stories On My Mind by Jackie Rod

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Book Review: Mile Marker 139 by Cynthia Hilston

Now, I love a dark book and that's what attracted me to this next review. However, I was pleasantly surprised at how uplifting the story actually was. Let me tell you why. Goodreads Blurb Mile Marker 139 by Cynthia Hilston At mile marker 139 along the Ohio Turnpike, a mysterious woman named Shelley Parkinson arrives … Continue reading Book Review: Mile Marker 139 by Cynthia Hilston

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Book Review: Traumata by Douglas Renwick

*Trigger Warning* This book deals with PTSD. Goodreads Blurb Traumata by Douglas Renwick In Khuh Tabar, high up in foothills of the Hindu Kush, a young Englishwoman watches her loved-ones die. In 2020, she returns to England, bereaved and broken. When she discovers the identity of the man who murdered them, her grief turns to … Continue reading Book Review: Traumata by Douglas Renwick

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Book Review: Hands Up by Stephen Clark

I'm gonna say it. I can't help it. This is my best book of 2020 so far. Goodreads Blurb Hands Up by Stephen Clark Officer Ryan Quinn, a rookie raised in a family of cops, is on the fast track to detective until he shoots an unarmed black male. Now, with his career, reputation and … Continue reading Book Review: Hands Up by Stephen Clark

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Book Review: His Wife’s Secret by Susan Willis

We all have our secrets but just what is Erin's... Goodreads Blurb His Wife's Secret by Susan Willis When David meets old school-friend, Erin again he falls head over heels in love. He leaves his wife and their sixteen-year-old daughter to marry Erin. But, in a small village people have long memories and they move … Continue reading Book Review: His Wife’s Secret by Susan Willis

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Book Review: Hunter’s Blood by Val Penny

After a couple of different books opening 2020 for Joyful Antidotes, I'm back to what I love the most: crime and thriller. Goodrads Blurb Hunter's Blood by Val Penny DI Hunter Wilson never has just one problem to solve. Three elderly women he knows have died in mysterious circumstances. Hunter appears to be the only … Continue reading Book Review: Hunter’s Blood by Val Penny

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Book Review: Friday Edition by Betta Ferrendelli

It's a pity I'm not releasing this review on a Friday. I'm sure I'd have included a number of witty puns in the introduction. But it's a Saturday and I feel deflated now so let's go for something basic but impactful instead: this is an excellent book! Goodreads BlurbFriday Edition by Betta Ferrendelli Christmas is … Continue reading Book Review: Friday Edition by Betta Ferrendelli