Lady Justice and the Book Club Murders

By Robert Thornhill

“Lady Justice and the Book Club Murders” by Robert Thornhill is number ten (10) in his comedy/mystery series of “Lady Justice” tales. In an unusual merger, Robert Thornhill combines the genres of comedy and mystery, and he does it well. It doesn’t seem very realistic...

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Love and Other Subjects

By Kathleen Shoop

Carolyn, the heroine in "Love and Other Subjects", is in over her head at the inner-city school where she teaches, and the principal, Mr. Klein, takes every opportunity to let her know he is aware of her deficiencies. He is mean and petty, and has...

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Legacy of the Gray Ghost

By Gerry Zimmerman

Legacy of the Gray Ghost is Historical Fiction. A rather large prologue tells the true story of the legendary John Mosby, leader of a band of Confederate cavalrymen on daring raids deep behind Union lines during the Civil War. His fame came from his ability...

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Letters From Wheatfield

By Patrick Shannon

Patrick Shannon has written a real whopping, wailing winner with "Letters from Wheatfield". If you`re looking for a great laugh in an easy read, then this book is for you. I read this book rather quickly in the smallest room in my house. Where was...

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Lethal Lasagna

By Rhonda Gibson

When Claire Parker found her best friend dead in her kitchen, she gave any thought of her finger prints being on of all things a suspected murder weapon…A  pan of Lasagna… Poisoned Lasagna at that.  Claire becomes the prime suspect. That’s when she decides to...

Life After Genius

By M. Ann Jacoby

M. Ann Jacoby offers readers an extradinary, thought-provoking, humorous plot. Life After Genius is the story of genius, Theodore “Mead” Fegley. Only eight days before graduation, eighteen-year-old Mead drops out of college. He returns home and joins his father and uncle in selling furniture and...