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An Accidental Royal Kidnap, by Paul Mathews

Paul Mathews once again presents classic British humor at its goofiest. George, our hapless main character, patiently narrates his first-person, stream-of-consciousness account of a week when absolutely NOTHING would go right. I mean, if a princess shows up in your … Continue reading

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Book Giveaway — Update

In case you were wondering… Back in October, I posted a review of the excellent book Pure Eyes, Clean Heart by Jen and Craig Ferguson. I wanted to get the news out about the book as a valuable marriage resource. … Continue reading

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“Wings of Glass” (Book Review)

HOLMES, GINA. Wings of Glass. Tyndale House, 2013. (Fiction.) Penny Carson gave Trent Taylor her hand in marriage, but all he gave her in return was his fist… and harsh, demeaning words. Isolated from her family, almost a prisoner in … Continue reading

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“January Justice” (Book Review)

Dickson, Athol. January Justice (The Malcolm Cutter Memoirs). Author, Author, Inc., Laguna Niguel, CA, 2012. First, here’s the plot synopsis from Amazon.com: Reeling from his wife’s unsolved murder, Malcolm Cutter is just going through the motions as a chauffeur and … Continue reading

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“Reinventing Leona” (Book Review)

I’d been wanting to read this e-novel for quite a while, but did not have a Kindle. Yeah, I know you can download the Kindle software on your computer. I did that, but my hand-me-up laptop would not allow me … Continue reading

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“Cracked Nuts & Sentimental Journeys:” A Book Review

Perel, Saralee. Cracked Nuts & Sentimental Journeys: Stories From a Life Out of Balance. Lexington, KY, 2012. As a collection of two- to four-page essays, this book from award-winning columnist Saralee Perel was supposed to be one I could read … Continue reading

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