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Book Review: What Angels Fear by CS Harris

What Angels Fear by C.S. Harris My rating: 4 of 5 stars Library I have a somewhat unsophisticated love for novels set in 1800s England and modern gothic romances.  I blame it on my high school obsessed reading of Victoria Holt, Susan Howatch, and Phyllis Whitney.  Mary Stewart came later, but is just as engrossing. …

Wednesdays with Words: Getting Started
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Wednesdays with Words: Getting Started

Welcome to the new WWW! I’m so looking forward to reading about what you’re reading and learning from the ideas that you choose to share with us! I’ve added a little explanation at the top of the link-up, but thought I’d also share it in the main blog post as we’re getting started: Wednesdays with…

Wednesdays with Words: Where to go, what we are
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Wednesdays with Words: Where to go, what we are

Starting in the next couple of weeks I hope to revive Cindy’s Wednesdays with Words linkup (with her generous, kind “you go, Girl” blessings, I might add). I hadn’t thought to post any words today, but our dinnertime read aloud provided the perfect thing.  We’re reading Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH by Robert…

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Book Review: Out of the Ruins by Sally S Wright

Out of the Ruins by Sally S. Wright My rating: 4 of 5 stars Own on Kindle. Wow.  I’m, once again, wishing I were reading the next Ben Reese Mystery instead of writing a review.  Ben has returned to the States after a sabbatical in Scotland (where he’s solved two murders).  He’s headed to the…

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Book Review: Pride and Predator by Sally Wright

Pride and Predator by Sally S. Wright My rating: 4 of 5 stars Own. A worthy follow-up to Publish and Perish.  The story unfolds slowly and carefully as Ben Reese methodically goes through the clues to this whodunit.  Dr. Reese is a complex character: generous to his friends, methodical in his work, thoughtful in his…