It’s hard to believe The Librarian Sleuth series has ended! It’s been such fun seeing Nancy, the librarian, solving crimes that have the sheriff’s office stumped. Driving said sheriff, Mary, Nancy’s mom, crazy in the process. Well, Mary got to play a prominent role in The Sleuth’s Surprise. It was […]
When I was in third grade, I watched a movie about Mary Queen of Scots and Lady Jane Grey. To this day, I remember the final scene and the feeling of numbness and disbelief over the bloodshed that stuck with me for days. . . As you can see, I’m […]
Cold Case Connection is a fast-paced adventure as Helen and Sergio attempt to find the person who murdered his sister (her best friend) Fiona, three years earlier, and whom they suspect also murdered a high-school girl in the nearby caves fifteen years earlier. Danger lurks on every side and likely […]
I’m ready for the next book of the series already! The Kidnapping of Cody Moss is a deeply emotional story. Told from three different perspectives, including that of 13-year-old Cody, who was in the wrong place at the right time and was paying the price. I love the way the […]
The Dive Team Investigations series has come to a breathtaking conclusion with the release of One Final Breath. Wow! What an adventure! I have loved the couples in each of these stories. That they all played a significant role throughout the series made it all the more enjoyable. This exciting […]
In fifth grade, we were given the choice of several books to read. My friend Paul and I both selected Incident at Hawk’s Hill. Not that I’m competitive or anything like that, but I do recall that each day we would check with each other to find out who was […]
Though I had heard of author Robin Patchen years ago, this is the first time I have read any of her books. When I saw her book listed for a blog tour, I jumped at the opportunity. I was surprised to receive not just one, but all the books in […]
It pleases God when we don’t ignore those in need. There are so many scriptures that speak of this. One of the scriptures which speaks of this that stands out in my mind is Isaiah 58. Here God proclaims the kind of fast that pleases Him. It has nothing to […]
I confess that there are some things in my past that I would like to forget. Just wipe them out and pretend they never happened. And there are things in my life that are delightful that I love to pull out of my memories and mull over. There is a […]
Applause echoed through the room. There were even a few whistles and cheers.
This quick read has more romance than suspense, which is a good thing in my mind. As Meg and Cade attempt to flee their pasts, they both have an opportunity to see the other at their worst – and yet that is much better than they had hoped. I felt […]
What in the world were the car keys doing in the refrigerator?