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Book Review: Sisters of Berlin by Juliet Conlin

One of the best things about being a book blogger is being introduced to authors you may not have heard of otherwise. I was first introduced to Juliet Conlin a few years back via The Uncommon Life of Alfred Warner in Six Days. Now she is one of my favourite authors. Here is her latest … Continue reading Book Review: Sisters of Berlin by Juliet Conlin

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Book Review: Cerebral Palsy: A Story: Finding the Calm After the Storm by Ilana Estelle

I'm delving into to the world of non-fiction today. Are you ready to join me? Goodreads Blurb Cerebral Palsy: A Story: Finding the Calm After the Storm by Ilana Estelle Living with cerebral palsy is enormously difficult. But what if you never knew you had it? This is the incredible story of Ilana Estelle. Born … Continue reading Book Review: Cerebral Palsy: A Story: Finding the Calm After the Storm by Ilana Estelle

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Book Review: No Truth Left to Tell by Michael McAuliffe

Legal thriller is a genre that I've only recently gotten into. Is it an area you have read before? Whether that's a yes or no, check out my latest review. Goodreads Blurb No Truth Left to Tell by Michael McAuliffe February 1994—Lynwood, Louisiana: Flaming crosses light up the night and terrorize the southern town. The … Continue reading Book Review: No Truth Left to Tell by Michael McAuliffe

Book Review: Landsliding by Mandy Jameson

I'm getting through books at a much faster rate anyway because of this lockdown but I was absolutely glued to this. Read on to find out why. Goodreads Blurb Landsliding by Mandy Jameson A tense thriller about relationships and long-held secrets that break out with potentially devastating results. Despite the misgivings of her friends, a … Continue reading Book Review: Landsliding by Mandy Jameson

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Book Review: Felix the Fox and his Awesome Odd Socks

I rarely review children's books here. I don't have any children so the opinion is usually that of an adult: me. If you don't mind, I have an adorable book for you today. Goodreads Blurb Felix the Fox and his Awesome Odd Socks by Katie Dodd, Simon Lucas (Illustrator) and Katie Houghton  Felix The Fox … Continue reading Book Review: Felix the Fox and his Awesome Odd Socks

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Book Review: The Celestial Assignment by Theresa Braun

I recently made the decision to stop reviewing short stories here on Joyful Antidotes. They just aren't my thing and I feel I am doing the author an injustice by even trying. However, there is one author whose amazing stories I just can't step away from. Goodreads Blurb The Celestial Assignment by Theresa Braun After … Continue reading Book Review: The Celestial Assignment by Theresa Braun

Book Review: Acts of Forgiveness: Faith Journeys of a Gay Priest by Ted Karpf

Memoirs aren't really something that I go for, and I never thought I'd find myself drawn to a memoir written by a priest. However, I was pleasantly surprised. Goodreads Blurb Acts of Forgiveness: Faith Journeys of a Gay Priest by Ted Karpf In 1980s America, coming out as gay as a father and husband was … Continue reading Book Review: Acts of Forgiveness: Faith Journeys of a Gay Priest by Ted Karpf

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Book Review: Do Not Feed the Clown by Matt Nagin

It's time to send in the clowns - and a collection of satirical short stories for your reading pleasure. Goodreads Blurb Do Not Feed the Clown by Matt Nagin Do Not Feed The Clown is a box full of satirical delights and irreverent parodies. Consisting of 34 short works, it highlights the absurdities of our … Continue reading Book Review: Do Not Feed the Clown by Matt Nagin

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Book Review: The Disharmony of Silence by Linda Rosen

I feel like it has been absolutely ages since I reviewed a piece of historical fiction here. That's about to change today. Goodreads Blurb The Disharmony of Silence by Linda Rosen In 1915, jealous, bitter Rebecca Roth cuts all ties with her life-long friends, the Pearls. Eight years later, Rebecca's son and young Lena Pearl … Continue reading Book Review: The Disharmony of Silence by Linda Rosen

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Book Review: Salvation Station by Kathryn Schleich

Looking for a book that will completely suck you in and make you forget about what is going on in the world? Salvation Station is that book! Goodreads Blurb Salvation Station by Kathryn Schleich When committed female police captain Linda Turner, haunted by the murders of two small children and their pastor father, becomes obsessed … Continue reading Book Review: Salvation Station by Kathryn Schleich