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Back from his first adventures in the book; Forged in the Jungles of Burma, where he was kidnapped and interrogated, the ever suave MI-5 agent John Brock thrills us again with his continued espionage adventures. This time, Brock who is the head of counterterrorism for Great Britain's secret service finds that his life is threatened by an unknown band of assassins. In Assassin’s Trap, Brock must use his cunning and skills to foil the would-be assassins while at the same time protecting his…Continue
Added by Shirley A. Roe on November 6, 2012 at 2:22pm — No Comments
“To be wronged is nothing unless one continues to remember it” says Jan Evan Whitford, the author, through one of his characters in this ultimate non-stop adrenalin generating thriller.
Unfortunately for Nikki O’Conner, the heroine, the one she has wronged 25 years ago continues to remember it. Fortunately for us, the readers, we get to read this incredibly satisfying thriller as a result.
15-year-old Nikki, a gorgeous cheerleader, innocently accepts a high school double-dog…Continue
Added by Shirley A. Roe on October 10, 2012 at 8:37am — No Comments
“The topic is consciousness—an aspect that everyone here and many
people around the world are putting a lot of effort into understanding—and
I would like to highlight some of the misunderstandings around
consciousness so that perhaps those misunderstandings, and those other
ideas that the mind likes to create to confuse us as individuals and also
as a society, and as a family and as a group of people, can be looked at
with clear intention and let go…
Added by Shirley A. Roe on October 4, 2012 at 8:55am — No Comments
Thriller Finding Thomas sheds light on death
Christopher J. Holcroft’s fourth written novel Finding Thomas is a well-tied package of murder, suspense, rescue, and adventure. I strongly recommend this book for teenage boys (around ages 14-15) because of the alluring sense of crime that is woven throughout the entire plot. Girls who enjoy books with danger are also encouraged to try this read.
Right from the prologue of this book, Finding Thomas grabs your attention. It begins with a…
Added by Shirley A. Roe on September 16, 2012 at 11:34am — No Comments
The Furnace is a book about a homicide investigator named Lieutenant Kyle Tanner. He is one of the best at what he does and can make difficult captures that others couldn’t. SOLEX One is where his next case will be. SOLEX is a power-generating station that is dangerously close to the sun. Someone on the station is a murderer who cuts the head and hands off of his victims and it’s up to Lieutenant Tanner to find out who. To Tanner’s surprise he learns that this case is different than any…Continue
Added by Shirley A. Roe on August 9, 2012 at 11:39am — No Comments
The texting generation has a term that would aptly describe this collection of hilarious humor columns: LOL. (For texting Bozos such as myself, that means: “laugh out loud”.) Seriously. This man is beyond talented! In fact, since Dave Barry retired, Bruce A. Smith could be the heir-apparent. He’s that good. And guess what? In FUN WITH STUFF, we get treated to FIFTY (count ‘em!) of his columns. I took them one at a time, savoring the special, ingeniously edgy wit. Like the best humorists, Mr.…Continue
Added by Shirley A. Roe on August 6, 2012 at 11:31am — No Comments
“All the things I thought were wrong with my life were actually signals from my soul that there was something I needed to learn.” Intro
Ann Muller made a life changing visit to author and regression hypnotherapist, Pam Chilton. During a follow up session, she learned that her poor eyesight was a result of witnessing the crucifixion in a past life. Unbelievable, perhaps, but it was the beginning of Ann’s journey into the past.
Another regression to third century Holland, helps Ann…
Added by Shirley A. Roe on June 11, 2012 at 10:02am — No Comments
Young Jean Downer’s passion for photography continued into adulthood. After she married Norman Hills and started having children, her love for preserving her family’s history was, in great part, documented through photographs.
Jean Downer’s story starts in 1929, when she is quite young, of kindergarten age, and continues through her marriage at age 19 in 1946 to Norm Hills. The 61 years of marriage fly by and she’s grateful she and her husband developed an interest in genealogy, for she…
Added by Shirley A. Roe on April 23, 2012 at 10:45am — No Comments
“Life gets difficult at times, but who else on this earth, but family has your back when you are down?” Pg. 51
This heartfelt testimonial brings together a love of God and an attachment to family values. From the birth of her children to the rocky roads all families must go through to the final happiness as a grandparent, Sherlyn Powell opens the door to her world as a guardian, a protector, and a mother. Her personal story will make you shed tears of compassion and empathy, but also…Continue
Added by Shirley A. Roe on April 23, 2012 at 10:44am — No Comments
Laura Burks’ first novel Altered is a captivating bundle of mystery, suspense, and forbidden love. I would definitely recommend this book for young teenage girls, typically from ages 14-16 (especially if they also enjoy the book series Twilight).
The intricate story begins very interestingly. Jenna Larson, the protagonist of the novel, hears a mysterious voice whisper her name. Right from the beginning, the book has already captured your interest. Readers will wonder, what voice? Who…
Added by Shirley A. Roe on March 14, 2012 at 2:41pm — No Comments
Earlier this year, I toured the Mull of Kintyre in Scotland and stopping in Inverary, experienced Loch Fyne for myself. What a wonderful coincidence to read The Laird of Loch Fyne so soon after the experience.
Unsuspecting Maggie Harris has a time travel experience that brings her face to face with the sixteenth century Laird of Loch Fyne. Being a fan of Renaissance fairs and Scottish history, Maggie quickly realizes her predicament but doesn’t yet realize it is 1593. Ian MacLachlan,…
Added by Shirley A. Roe on March 14, 2012 at 2:39pm — No Comments
That Certain Summer is the story of a girl names Sally Grimes. Sally is from Winner, Iowa and her dream is to one day be a writer but so far she is only an advice column writer for the local newspaper. A job writing the life story of Diane Fenwick might just be Sally’s chance to make it big. So Sally travels to Diane’s beach front property in Connecticut and she surprisingly finds that Diane has children. Diane also has a dog named Rufus who is more intelligent than anyone expects of a dog.…Continue
Added by Shirley A. Roe on January 20, 2012 at 9:18am — No Comments
Rachelle Rogers has produced a heterogeneous collection of short stories that will entertain and amuse readers from beginning to end.
The short quips in Possoons are really studies in human nature; from the sixty something, Eva to the gay, Julian this author brings her characters to life. In a few sentences we see deep into the psyche and the hearts of the people in the story. Whether happy or sad, grieving or rejoicing, the reader becomes part of the story through empathy and…
Added by Shirley A. Roe on January 20, 2012 at 9:16am — No Comments