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 Bollywood Invasion by Ricardo Alexanders
Reviewed by Lisa Brown-GilbertAt once engaging and cleverly creative, Ricardo Alexanders' Bollywood Invasion enrapts readers with a fun and fantastical coming of age story, set in a well posed merging of reality and fiction which surpasses the reaches of time and continents. Instantly the story draws you in, as initially, we meet John Palmieri living in modern times in Brooklyn; he's a nerd and Beatles lover in high school and unsatisfied with his lower middle class existence. ...
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 Book Review - Seeking Glory
Seeking Glory: A Novel about Relationships, Loss, and Finding Your Way HomeBy: Patricia Hamilton ShookPublisher: Outskirts PressPublication Date: 2018ISBN: 978-1-4787-9204-8Reviewed by: Diane LunsfordPatricia Hamilton Shook's debut novel, Seeking Glory, delivers intriguing twists and turns from beginning to end.Kate LaRue ended her day just like many before at her beloved store, the Sea Witch Art and Gifts. After locking up and steering her trusted Toyota onto Route 6A, the 'King's Highway' as...
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 Brandy: Ballad of a Pirate Princess
Brandy: Ballad of a Pirate PrincessBy: Dan E. HendricksonPublication Date: March 2021ISBN: 978-1-7345-1875-7Reviewed By: Amy LignorReview Date: July 14, 2021Whether you were playing the role as a kid or grew up and absolutely loved watching Johnny Depp stagger about as Captain Jack Sparrow – you must’ve thought at one time that swashbuckling was the coolest thing on Earth. And when it came to books, all the way back to Robert Louis Stevenson introducing one and all to Long John Silver in...
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 Cartwheels in the Dark
Cartwheels in the DarkBy: Karla JordanPublication Date: December 2021ISBN: 978-0-578-37431-4Reviewed by: Diane LunsfordReview Date: March 27, 2022Karla Jordan’s debut novel, Cartwheels in the Dark, is entertaining and has a nice balance of surprise and credible dialogue throughout the read.Kallie Douglas wasn’t always Kallie Douglas. Her given name was Kahlua Jansen and at the tender age of ten, her worst day would eventually become her best. Native to Somerfield, Maine, Kallie vowed the...
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 Cooperative Lives
Cooperative LivesBy: Patrick FineganPublisher: Two Skates PublishingPublication Date: March 2019ISBN: 978-1090893639Reviewed by: Anita LockDate: December 17, 2019Irony sets in with a New York cooperative apartment dwelling when one act of goodwill evolves into an “everything sinister” change of events in Patrick Finegan’s debut, Cooperative Lives.Jack Roberts has more than his fair share of problems. If finding himself unemployed after having worked for three different offices—all...
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 Dog Run, Texas
Dog Run, TexasBy: Christopher KeatingPublisher: Christopher KeatingPublication Date: February 2020ISBN: 13: 979-8611419038Reviewed by: Diane LunsfordReview Date: March 11, 2020Christopher Keating delivers a fantastic journey across the pages of his latest novel, Dog Run, Texas.Dallas Williams has entered the next chapter in his life. Since the loss of his wife and child to a car accident, he struggles to find purpose. He’s a successful patent attorney for a prestigious firm in Austin,...
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 Don't Poke the Bear
Don't Poke the BearBy: Robin D'AmatoPublisher: Atmosphere PressPublication Date: May 3, 2022ISBN: 978-1639882908Reviewed by: Kimberly Trix LeeReview Date: April 25, 2022In the city that never sleeps, how does one overcome the challenges of a hand-to-mouth existence, difficult boyfriends, and a notorious housing market? We’ll find out as three friends, Allie, Natia, and Rihanna, navigate the brutal landscape of New York City in Don’t Poke The Bear by Robin D’Amato.It was in the late 1980s...
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 Dying to Live
Dying to LiveBy: Barbara Macpherson ReyeltsPublished by: Atmosphere PressPublication Date: December 2021ISBN: 978-1639881598Reviewed by: Dianne WoodmanReview Date: December 30, 2021Dying to Live is a fascinating story from debut author Barbara Macpherson Reyelts, featuring Esther Windom, whose soul has been reincarnated.Esther is deeply perplexed when she wakes up as a newborn baby instead of a senior citizen whose last known memory is connected to an assisted living facility. All her memories...
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 Finding Hemingway
Finding HemingwayBy: Ken DortzbachPublisher: Cloister Inn PublishingPublication Date: July 2020ISBN: 978-1733624701Reviewed by: Barbara Bamberger ScottReview Date: August 2020A young woman follows an elusive, almost mythical icon and finds more than she ever imagined, in this passionate, intelligent, international saga by Ken Dortzbach.Callie McGraw is a Yale-educated lawyer between jobs. She’s watching the old film production of The Sun Also Rises, one of her favorite books from...
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 Heavenly
HeavenlyBy: Thomas DuffyPublished by: IndependentPublication Date: March 16, 2021ISBN: 979-8718984675Reviewed By: Amy LignorReview Date: August 20, 2021In author Thomas Duffy's ninth work of fiction, Heavenly, I was intrigued by its unique storyline, incredible characters, and the elements of love and faith that are focused upon throughout. John Robinson is our main character here. You immediately feel for him because John is a middle-aged man who seems to live in a world of depression. The...
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