Book Review


The Glitch by Elisabeth Cohen

I just finished reading The Glitch by Elisabeth Cohen, and I’m still laughing. Shelley Stone is the CEO of a company called, “Conch” that makes wearable high-tech devices that fit behind the user’s earlobe. The devices are referred to as a “conch”. She is also a wife and mother and an extreme workaholic. She wastes not a single moment of…

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Cruel is the Night by Karo Hamalainen

I love these dinner mysteries where everything takes place in a short span of time. In Cruel is the Night, four friends with a long history meet for dinner. One has come intending to commit murder. Told in the rotating voices of the four dinner guests, we learn that everyone has a motive for murder. By the end of the…

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The Light We Lost by Jill Santopolo

Heart wrenching romance novels have not been my genre of choice in years. When Reese Witherspoon chose The Light We Lost as her February Book Club pick, I decided to give Lucy and Gabe’s story a chance. Their thirteen year on-again off-again love story ripped my heart out. And then my heart was run over by a truck. The emotions…

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Gods of Howl Mountain by Taylor Brown

As readers we all encounter good authors, and often times we find great authors, but rarely do we discover an author like Taylor Brown. Brown is truly gifted. His writing literally transports you to a time and place where you can feel the vibes of the story, smell the atmosphere, see the events as they unfold, hear the tinkling of…

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The One by John Marrs

If you’re looking for a fast-paced thriller, you may want to read The One by John Marrs. Imagine there is a dating service where you send a saliva swab to a company and they test your DNA to find your “perfect match” – your soul mate. The story follows the dating lives of five people. Some of them are already…

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The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn

Billed as the first must-read thriller for 2018, The Woman in the Window does not disappoint. This debut novel by A.J. Finn is cleverly written. I was caught in its grip from page one. If you love Hitchcock, you will want to read this book. Anna Fox lives alone in her upscale home in New York City, a prisoner to…

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The Resurrection of Joan Ashby by Cherise Wolas

Have you ever read a book that causes you to go into a state of mourning when it’s over because you just can’t bear to say goodbye to the characters? A book that is so good that you just want it to keep going and going and going. One that ruins all other books for you for a little while…

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Future Home of the Living God by Louise Erdrich

If you like The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood or dystopian novels in general, you may like Louise Erdrich’s Future Home of the Living God. Cedar Hawk Songmaker knows she is adopted and has been raised by a couple in Minneapolis. When the twenty-six year old discovers she is 4 months pregnant, it prompts Cedar to look for her biological…

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Turtles All the Way Down by John Green

Like many readers I eagerly awaited the release of Green’s brand new book. I found the title strange and wondered if he could possibly top his most recent best seller, The Fault in Our Stars, the book that took the world by storm. We waited five long years, and let me tell you- It. Was. Worth. The. Wait. Turtles All…

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The Woman Who Smashed Codes: A True Story of Love, Spies, and the Unlikely Heroine Who Outwitted America’s Enemies by Jason Fagone

Imagine having a talent so valuable that the Coast Guard is knocking at your door, begging you to work for them. This was the case for Elizebeth Friedman, one of the first code breakers in the United States. The Woman Who Smashed Codes describes the life of Elizebeth and her husband, William Friedman who were both instrumental in code breaking…

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