September 19, 2019

The Expectations by Alexander Tilney (Review by Emily Dontsos)

Rating: 3/5 “The Expectations” is the first novel by Brooklyn-based Alexander Tilney. Following 14-year-old squash superstar Ben Weeks through his first year at a prestigious New […]
September 17, 2019

The Burnt Country by Joy Rhoades (Reviewed by Sharron McKenzie)

Rating: 4/5* While The Burnt Country is the sequel to Joy Rhoades’s 2018 debut novel, The Woolgrower’s Companion, it can be read as a stand-alone book. […]
September 16, 2019

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September 15, 2019

Mom’s Perfect Boyfriend by Crystal Hemmingway (Review by Heather Peterson)

Crystal Hemmingway writes a fast-paced, multi-format book that is perfect for a summer read while sipping on a cool glass of wine. Mom’s Perfect Boyfriend tells […]
September 13, 2019

Salt Slow by Julia Armfield (Review by Jenna McCord)

4.5/5 stars Salt Slow is, to say the least, a unique read, and quite difficult to categorize. The short stories have a definite fantasy element to […]
September 11, 2019

The Glass Woman by Caroline Lea (Review by Stacey Lorenson)

I enthusiastically recommend  The Glass Woman, Fierce loyalty, enduring passion, unfulfilled desires and sheer survival are the corner stones for this sweeping Icelandic saga of one woman’s […]
September 9, 2019

My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite (Review by Megan McLoud)

4/5 Stars By reading the title, I didn’t know if I should expect a true crime story or a satire on sisterly relationships. Turns out it’s […]
September 7, 2019

The Body in Griffith Park By Jennifer Kincheloe (Review by Lara Ferguson)

3/5* Anna Blanc’s adventures continue in this engaging story set in the Los Angeles, California of the early 1900’s. As a result of her previous adventures, […]
September 5, 2019

Lost in the Spanish Quarter by Heddi Goodrich (Review by Missi Gwartney)

Rating:  3.6 out of 5 stars “I’d know you’d rather I was dead.”    An intriguing first line for the beginning of a book via a “current” email […]