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 A Distant Past, An Uncertain Future
A Distant Past, An Uncertain FutureBy: J.R. KleinPublisher: Del GatoPublication Date: May 2019ISBN: 978-1733906920Reviewed by: Barbara Bamberger ScottIn this new book by award-winning author J.R. Klein, a writer finds himself blocked—by tragedy, doubts, and fear—yet strange messages begin to appear, calling him to seek new adventure. Klein’s protagonist, Thomas Blake, is mad at himself for not simply writing another in the series of mystery novels that have won him, or more...
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 A Mistake Incomplete
A Mistake IncompleteBy: Lorenzo PetruzzielloPublisher: MagnusmadePublication Date: December 2020ISBN: 978-1735065427Reviewed by: Barbara Bamberger ScottReview Date: February 5, 2021When two old friends and sometime-lovers find one another again in Milan, the outcome could be hopeful, if both were not haunted by ghosts of the past and dangers of the present, in this dynamic dark tale by author Lorenzo Petruzziello.Why has Stef returned to the Italian city? And why has Beatrice remained there?...
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 A Town Divided by Christmas
A Town Divided by ChristmasBy: Orson Scott CardPublisher: Blackstone PublishingPublication Date: November 2018ISBN: 978-1-5385-5685-6Reviewed by: Gina MontanhaTwo post-doctorate scientists are sent out on a grant from the University of Chicago, to conduct some interesting research in Good Shepherd, North Carolina. Drs. Delilah "Spunky" Spunk and Elyon Dewey are an unlikely pair of opposites, but each has a skill set that will positively contribute to the completion of their genetic studies.Good...
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 Alzheimer My Love
Alzheimer My LoveBy: Sal Atlantis PhoenixPublisher: LuLu PublishingPublication Date: March 18, 2016ISBN: 978-1-4834-4725-4Reviewed by: Amy LignorMary and Joseph are a loving couple...for the most part. They have gone through strife, made mistakes, experienced joys, yet now they are living in their own separate worlds while dealing with the same tragedy.Mary has Alzheimer's, and with each new day she loses just a bit more of herself. In her own mind she sees the world from a different place. Her...
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 Alzheimer My Love
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Sal Atlantis Phoenix, author of Alzheimer My Love.FQ: Your plays are varied and take on some truly tough subjects. Is there a particular reason or event that made you focus on the subject of Alzheimer's?PHOENIX: My wife had Alzheimer's disease.FQ: You make the character of Joseph both loving and somewhat mean at the same time. One of the things some readers will love about him is that he voices his opinions in full-force to the doctor....
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 Angel Mountain
Angel MountainBy: Christine SunderlandPublisher: Wipf and Stock PublishersPublication Date: April 2020ISBN: 978-1-7252-5980-5Reviewed by Diane LunsfordDate: June 17, 2020Christine Sunderland delivers a quest for peace and happiness in her latest novel, Angel Mountain.Destiny plays a vital role in the crossing of paths for each of the characters in this story. Eighty-year-old Abram is a hermit. He lives in the caves of ‘Angel Mountain’ (Mount Diablo), located in the hills of Berkeley,...
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 Arnold Falls
Arnold FallsBy: Charlie SuismanPublisher: Independent PublisherPublication Date: February 2020ISBN: 978-1-7923-3215-9Reviewed by: Amy LignorReview Date: April 24, 2020In the ‘odd’ time we’re all living in at the moment, this is one book that brings back fun and enjoyment into the world. The ensemble cast of characters living in Arnold Falls is made up of individuals the reader will literally never forget. The town, itself, is a character all its own; and throughout the entire book you can...
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 Behind the Locked Door
Behind the Locked DoorBy: David Herstle JonesPublisher: Think in the MorningPublication Date: December 2019ISBN: 978-0-578-58955-8Reviewed by: Amy LignorReview Date: March 24, 2020This is one of those rare books that covers many genres and interests. A literary drama that involves a young lawyer diagnosed with terminal cancer; a book that delves into the unconventional medical approaches to healing; and, also a tale that is filled with intrigue, suspense, politics, as well as “hard-boiled”...
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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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