A review of Never Judge a Lady By Her Cover by Sarah MacLean

I have been waiting for the final book to come out. I was excited when my colleague Jane got me a galley, which I finished just before it expired on my Nook. Sarah MacLean is wrapping up her Rule of Scoundrels series with the final book, Never Judge a Lady By Her Cover. This series is about fallen angels. These four aristocrats who have been exiled from society due to scandal are now powerful owners of the more

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December 4, 2014 | 0 comments
A review of The Viscount Who Lives Down the Lane by Elizabeth Boyle

Elizabeth Boyle has written another charming historical romance in her "Rhymes With Love" series. The Viscount Who Lives Down the Lane is the delightful love story of the spinster and the wounded warrior, Miss Louisa Tempest and Pierson Stratton, Viscount Wakefield. It all starts with an invitation from the Louisa and Lavinia Tempest's godmother to spend the remainder of the season in London. The twins more

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November 25, 2014 | 0 comments
Top 10 Religion Books It's that time of year for top 10 lists and best of lists. Booklist puts out a number of top 10 lists. If religion and spirituality are your areas of interest, then check out the Top 10 Religion and Spirituality Books of 2014. American Crucifixion: The Murder of Joseph Smith and the Fate of the Mormon more

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November 19, 2014 | 0 comments
Top 10 Literary Travel Books Do you need to get away, but have neither the time or the funds? Then check out some of the titles on Booklist's new Top 10 Literary Travel Books: 2014. Hopefully there is a title that we satisfy your need to roam and take you to some place you've never been. The Broken Road: From the more

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October 16, 2014 | 0 comments
New Mysteries For the past couple of years I have been periodically sharing the mysteries that I have been looking forward to reading. In honor of Autumn I have put together another list of mysteries that I would like to curl up by the fire and read. Most are new stories with old friends, but I've found a few new ones to try out as well.  Which favorite character would you like to go on an adventure with? more

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October 7, 2014 | 0 comments
A review of Windigo Island by William Kent Krueger

I’m glad Cork O’Connor is back. He is one of my favorite mystery characters. He is a big city cop turned private investigator who is part Irish and part Ojibwe. Windigo Island is a story about good and evil, the choices we make, and how those choices make us who we are. Cork is asked to help find a missing young Native American girl who has run away. It leads him to the city of Duluth and the oil fields of North Dakota, where sex trafficking has taken a strong foothold. With the help more

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September 25, 2014 | 0 comments
Booklist's Top 10 Sports book Baseball is heading into the homestretch. Football has begun. How about checking out Booklist's annual Top 10 Sports Books? They include the fishing, football, poker, golf, baseball, ping-pong, and basketball. Are there any new sports books that also belong on this list? All Fishermen Are Liars By more

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August 28, 2014 | 0 comments
WWI Books The Great War, aka World War I, began on 28 July 1914 and lasted until 11 November 1918.  This international conflict pitted the Allies--France, England, Russia, Italy, Japan, and the US--against the Central Powers--Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Turkey.  It ended with the Central Powers defeat.  It caused great destruction and carnage.  This great watershed of 20th century history led to the fall of the great imperial dynasties of Germany, Russia, Austria-Hungary, and Turkey more

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July 28, 2014 | 0 comments
Normandy Invasion Books The last original Navajo Code Talker just died, so as more and more World War II vets die, it is important to remember what happened all those years ago. Operation Overlord, the invasion of Normandy, France, began on June 6, 1944.  D-day led to the liberation of Northern France and eventually to the end of the Nazi regime when the Allies met up with the Russians.  Below are some old and new books on D-day.  There are many others in LINKcat under the subject: : more

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June 10, 2014 | 0 comments
Crime Fiction Every year Booklist picks their favorite top 10 crime novels published between May of last year and April of the current year. They also included their top crime novel debuts. Have you read any? I'm a big Louise Penny fan, so I really enjoyed How the Light Gets In more

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June 4, 2014 | 0 comments