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Book Review – Whistling Women by Kelly Romo

  Addie Bates has an opportunity to return to San Diego where her life changed abruptly 15 years ago.  As part of the 1935 Worlds Fair, she has the chance to reconnect with family and find forgiveness for something she has never even really forgiven herself for. The story is told through Addie and her […]

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Book Review: The Sugar Queen by Sarah Addison Allen

Josey Cirrinni recieves some unexpected help with a problem she didn’t realize she had and meets Chloe Finley in the process helping her as well.  So far i have read 3 of Sarah Addison Allen’s books and have not been disappointed. Another book filled with friendships and magic. Imagine a book appearing next to you […]

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Book Review: The Peach Keeper by Sarah Addison Allen

Welcome to Walls of Water, North Carolina From the second paragraph of this book, i was hooked. If anyone had been paying attention to the signs, they would have realized that air turns white when things are about to change, that paper cuts mean there’s more to what’s written on the page than meets the […]

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The Mother Road by Jennifer Allee

What a great book.  2 sisters 12 years apart in age, embark somewhat reluctantly on a road trip from California to Illinois Learning that their mother’s Alzheimer’s is progressing and each at a crossroads in their own lives, they set off across Route 66  to visit their parents learning about each other and themselves as […]

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Book Review – The Defective Amish Detective Books 1 & 2

The Defective Amish Detective – Volume 1 – The Whoopie Pie Affair by Mark Miller and Giovanni Gelati Hawaiian shirted detective “G”, is a surprising leader in the search to recover the missing snacks.  You never know what he do or say next. The Defective Amish Detective – Volume 2 – The Intercourse Boondogle by Mark Miller […]

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Book Review – A Redbird Christmas by Fannie Flagg

A Redbird Christmas by Fannie Flagg Oswald T. Campbell doesn’t have long to live according to his Dr. in Chicago and is encouraged to find a warmer place to live out his last days.   The Dr. provides a brochure for a hotel in Lost River, Alabama.  Oswald decides it won’t hurt anything and heads south. […]

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