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Susan
I primarily read fiction from all genres. I have six children and many happy hours have been spent reading together. I also love quilting, hiking, and camping.
Never Miss by Melissa Koslin is a standalone romantic suspense novel.  The story is full of mysteries and some unusual circumstances that are not explained until later in the book.  The stor…
James R. Hannibal knows how to write a fast moving spy thriller.  The Paris Betrayal serves as a reminder that the author is talented and has a way of crafting a novel full of technology without …
The Winter Rose by Melanie Dobson tugs at the heartstrings from the first page to the last. The story flips between World War II and present day, but each story needs to be told.  If becoming emo…
As Dawn Breaks by Kate Breslin is an eye opening and intense delve into the world of World War I in England.  It is focused on the life of a young woman who works in a munitions factory.  Hi…
Kimberly Woodhouse transports readers back to the early days of the Grand Canyon tourism with her novel A Deep Divide.  This book is the first in the Secrets of the Canyon series.  Those who…
Unknown Threat is the first book in Lynn H. Blackburn’s new Defend and Protect Series. It was a bit of a let-down compared to some of her previous books.  The book is about an FBI agent who is ca…
Don't Keep Silent by Elizabeth Goddard is the third and final book in the Uncommon Justice Series.  It contains all of the classic hallmarks of the series.  An intense scene to get things st…
Blackberry Beach is the seventh and final book in Irene Hannon's Hope Harbor Series.  If you have read any of her previous works in this group, there will not be a lot to surprise you.&…
All That We Carried by Erin Bartels had all of the makings of a typical Christian fiction book.  Two estranged family members who are emotionally unable to deal with events of their past are…
All That Really Matters by Nicole Deese is fun, deep, and enjoyable to read.  The book seems to have the classic formula of an out-of-touch-with-the-plight-of-regular-humans rich girl who fi…
All Manner of Things by Susie Finkbeiner takes place in the 1960s.  It is an emotional and honest piece of writing.  The author follows the life of a young woman, Annie Jacobson, as she…
Always Look Twice is the second book of the Uncommon Justice Series.  This book follows the story of another of the McKade brothers.  Those who read the first book in the series wi…
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