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Book Review: A Distant Shore by Karen Kingsbury

There has not been a book from Kingsbury that did not feature the Baxter family since Brush of Wings, which released in 2017. I have been hoping for a Kingsbury stand alone for a long time. That time is finally here. Continue reading “Book Review: A Distant Shore by Karen Kingsbury”

Book Review: A Dog’s Courage by W. Bruce Cameron

If you are an animal lover who has not read a Cameron novel before, you need to remedy that now! Continue reading “Book Review: A Dog’s Courage by W. Bruce Cameron”

Book Review: WIN by Harlan Coben

Windsor Horne Lockwood III – his friends call him Win, and even they would be pressed to accurately describe this man. I first met Win in Coben’s Myron Bolitar series and loved his character. When this book was announced, I was eager to get my hands on a copy. Continue reading “Book Review: WIN by Harlan Coben”

Book Review: The Perfect Daughter by D. J. Palmer

The Perfect Daughter, the latest from D. J. Palmer, was not as good as his previous books, both of which I really enjoyed. Continue reading “Book Review: The Perfect Daughter by D. J. Palmer”

Book Review: Deliberate Duplicity by David Rohlfing

When bodies begin to appear, detective Sasha Frank is on the case. Deliberate Duplicity follows Sasha’s attempts to track down the culprit—a calculating, methodical killer who glues open his victims’ eyes and poses them along a park trail. Continue reading “Book Review: Deliberate Duplicity by David Rohlfing”

Book Review: The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth

Sally Hepworth has become one of my go to authors. I know when I sit down with one of her novels that I’m going to be grabbed and better hold on tight until I turn the last page. That was true with her latest, The Good Sister. Continue reading “Book Review: The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth”

Book Review: The Children’s Blizzard by Melanie Benjamin

The Children’s Blizzard is based on actual oral histories of survivors of the January 12, 1888 Dakota Territory blizzard. This was a book that I expected to sucker punch me with emotion. However, it did not grip me as emotionally as I expected. Continue reading “Book Review: The Children’s Blizzard by Melanie Benjamin”

Book Review + Blog Tour: Take it Back by Kia Abdullah

Bookish Devices is thrilled to be a part of the blog tour for Kia Abdullah’s Take it Back. Continue reading “Book Review + Blog Tour: Take it Back by Kia Abdullah”

Book Review: Return to Virgin River by Robyn Carr

There is an old saying that states that you can’t go home again. However, the feeling of coming home again is exactly what I felt while I was reading Robyn Carr’s Return to Virgin River. Continue reading “Book Review: Return to Virgin River by Robyn Carr”

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