A Review of Bloody Sheets By Andrew Rausch

Book: Bloody Sheets Author: Andrew Rausch Publisher: Close to the Bone (an imprint of Gritfiction, LTD) Availability: Amazon Author Social Media & Blog: Andrew Rausch Twitter Overall Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Stars Overall Summary DeRay “Coke” Cokely is on a mission. After his estranged son is brutally lynched in Gibson Alabama by members of

Review of Assassination at Bayou Sauvage by D.J. Donaldson

Review of Assassination at Bayou Sauvage by D.J. Donaldson

Overall Summary: While enjoying a family picnic, the lemon-drop eating medical examiner extraordinaire for the city of New Orleans Andy Broussard witnesses his Uncle Joe being shot by a sniper, who then shoots himself and falls into the bayou.  Since the cause of the death in both cases is seemingly clear, it’s up to Andy

 The Daddy Track

A Review of The Daddy Track by Allison Leigh, Illustrated by Mayu Takayama

Overall Summary: When Nate’s friend and colleague dies in an accident after replacing Nate on a business trip, Nate is determined to make amends with his family and gain some sort of atonement.  He offers to help out his friend’s sister, Jordan, who is busy raising a pair of twins and running a cafe.  As their

Review of The Book of Charlie: Spirit of the Pompey Hollow Book Club by Jerome Antil

the book of charlieThe Book of Charlie: Spirit of the Pompey Hollow Book Club

Author: Jerome Mark Antil

Availability: Amazon, Barnes & Noble  Worldwide & Bookstores

Author Website: Jerome Antil

Overall Rating 4.00 out of 5 Stars

Overall Summary:
The adventures of the Pompey Hollow Book Club and the life of its members continue in the village of Delphi Falls. Like all good groups of friends, Jerry, Mary, Dick and the rest of the gang offer a unique look into the early 1950s- when children were inspired by hearing about and living through the war years to become self-reliant, helpful and sometimes a bit more ingenious than was good for them. From adventures concerning the stealing of metal milk cans and secret codes and hints of Nazis in their midst obtained through Mary’s new pen pal- the Pompey Hollow Book Club does their level-headed best to right the wrongs and save the day, all under the watchful eye of Charlie Pitts- a guardian angel who truly understands the sacrifices and triumphs of war, friendship and love.

Review of Misguided Sensitivity by Philip Nork

misguided sensitivityBook:   Misguided Sensitivity

Author:  Philip Nork

Publisher:  All Things That Matter Press

Availability:  Amazon

Author Social Media:  Philip Nork   Twitter   Goodreads  Facebook

Overall Rating 3.0 out of 5 Stars

Overall Summary:

In Misguided Sensitivity, Philip Nork shares a journey.  It is one of the self-discovery, love, and lessons.  It starts when Phil, a young boy dealing with big questions of death and divorce, starts to try and understand what it takes to be accepted by others and to be truly happy.  Using stories from the past,  Mr. Nork details various relationships, each one providing a different lesson about life, love, and what it means to be human.

Review of Foresight is Flawless by Sydney Katt

Foresight is flawlessForesight is Flawless (Undercover Series Book 3)

Author:  Sydney Katt

Publisher:  Random Distraction

Availability:   Amazon

Author’s Website:   Sydney Katt

Social Media:   Twitter  Facebook

Overall Rating   3.0 out of 5 Stars

Overall Summary

It’s been a frustrating three months since the First Alliance Bank Robbery.  Agent Jackson Caldwell is not any closer to capturing the elusive Raptor, although his suspicions are certainly strong, his level of proof doesn’t quite measure up.  Little does he know that his suspicions, a desperate woman, a criminal empire, and the kidnapping of a five-year-old child are careening toward his investigation, and his life at breakneck speed.  The answers are coming, but will Agent Caldwell have the strength and smarts to withstand the onslaught?

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