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01. Oct 2014
★★★★★
Book: Maxwell Lydic - The Saratoga Project by Micky Livingston
The Saratoga Project is the second book of the Maxwell Lydic Series. Maxwell Lydic is the main character in the series and in The Saratoga Project, Maxwell discovers that his biological father left him a beautiful Bed & Breakfast in upstate New York. As Maxwell and his wife Nita travel to Saratoga Springs, NY to claim their new inheritance, little do they know that what waits ahead for them is an [...]


01. Oct 2014
★★★★★
Book: Loving Luc by Vicki Crum
I've always been interested in astronomy, always had a fascination for the heavens…the moon, the stars and the planets. With all the mysteries of the universe, it never seemed that big a stretch to me to envision other civilizations similar to our own. I didn't plan to transform that interest into the plot of a romance novel, it just sort of happened. The idea for Loving Luc originated with a [...]


01. Oct 2014
★★★★★
Book: Edric the Hatchling Gryphon - 1 by Eric K. Williams
Here is how our story begins: What is a Gryphon you ask? Well the answer could be very complicated indeed. There are many ancient stories surrounding the beasts called Gryphon. Some would even deem them as monsters. Most folks however just consider them as myth. Nonetheless, here is what you really need to know about these wonderful creatures before we begin our tale: Gryphons are [...]


01. Oct 2014
★★★★★
Book: Things That Matter Most - Reflections by Don Hodge
This book started is a series of mostly unrelated articles that I wrote to my family over a period of several months in 2013 and 2014 as I felt the need to share my thoughts on various subjects. The title of the series is, "Things That Matter Most" with emphasis on the word "most." For me, this was a time of reflection, renewal of spiritual growth, and discovery. Each article now serves as a [...]


01. Oct 2014
★★★★★
Book: Twisted Wire (An Enda Osin Mystery Book 2) by Ray Stone
Another thriller from that British ex-pat. His use of geography and thrilling plot twists are much better in this the second volume in Enda's life story. His use of UKism's makes this read even more enjoyable, even if he can't spell like us colonials! I'd highly recommend this thriller suspense to anyone that has every read Clive Cussler, Ken Follet or James Patterson novels. His details are hard [...]


01. Oct 2014
★★★★★
Book: The Twilight of the Scientific Age by Martín López Corredoira, Ph.D
This is a courageous book. The author, a scientist, questions the validity of the scientific research of today, and of science in general, in the context of the present-day society. With compelling arguments, it is suggested that science is in decline. The book reminds of the famous Spengler's Der Untergang des Abendlandes from the 1920s. The opening chapter highlights the scientific [...]


01. Oct 2014
★★★★★
Book: Trusted - Dragons' Trust Book 1 by Krista Wayment
Trusted is the first book in the Dragons' Trust series by Krista Wayment. Burned, Book 2 in the series will be released October, 31st 2014. An exciting fantasy adventure suitable for readers of all ages. Renick grew up on a dragon ranch working side by side with his father. When he leaves home for the first time to start an apprenticeship he crash lands in the forest with two other [...]


01. Oct 2014
★★★★★
Book: Dangerous Liaisons - A Story of Men and Women who Loved Too Much (Royal Command Book 1) by Sarah Stuart
Show business became part of my life when a director chose one of my dogs to play Sandy in the musical "Annie", arguably the most difficult role for a dog, and its handler, ever staged. Theatre hooked me from the first night of the run, and I supplied Bulls Eye in Oliver… Toto in The Wizard of Oz… and dogs in plays, many on tour before their London premiere. I have been incredibly lucky to [...]


01. Oct 2014
★★★★★
Book: Damaged Cargoes by David Turri
A few square blocks of impressive stone buildings down by the port and some hold Victorian houses in the hills, now museums for curious tourists, are all that is left of The Kobe Foreign Concession. I have lived in Kobe for many years; have walked those avenues lined with their grand buildings and have felt the ghosts. In this story I try to bring those ghosts back to life and refill the streets, [...]


01. Oct 2014
★★★★★
Book: Deadly Secrets (Kelly McWinter P.I.) by Jude Pittman
Deadly Secrets is the first of my Kelly McWinter PI mysteries. I was living in Texas during the 1980s and several events kind of came together to inspire this book. A Houston heiress was searching for her birth mother. At a Fort Worth flea market I saw a woman who appeared to be intoxicated selling trinkets at a run down little stalls, and in the newspaper that day I'd read a story about [...]


30. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Dog's Coffee-Shop by Uncle Amos
The official meeting of The Dog Club takes place every Saturday at New York's finest all-dog restaurant. Who says that humans are the only ones doing the training? Parents and children alike will enjoy this light-hearted children's book that teaches us all the importance of a loving home. The official meeting of The Dog Club takes place every Saturday at New York's finest all-dog [...]


30. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: 100 More Easy Recipes in Jars by Bonnie Scott
100 More Easy Recipes in Jars is the latest collection of gifts from your kitchen, blending this popular trend with a delicious homemade gift that's sure to please everyone. With this book you have a wealth of simple and easy recipes that will make your gift giving easy this year. Whether you're looking for a recipe for a rich and decadent dessert, savory seasoning or warm, satisfying soup, [...]


29. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Honeybee's Counting Book Volume 6 - - Number names & symbols 1 - 10, honeybee words & silly rhyme (Honeybee Series) by Jeanette Vuuren
Honeybee's Counting Book is a great book for early readers or learners who speak an additional language who want to get familiar with the basic honeybee terminology. This will ensure they understand the vocabulary used in the other books in the Honeybee Series. The cover looks different to the others in the series, hoping to draw readers' attention to this book which should be read first by [...]


29. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: The Ballad of Bryan Drayne by Frank Roderus
Western fans will love the newest Frank Roderus western adventure The Ballad of Bryan Drayne. In typical Frank Roderus fashion, Roderus weaves an unique western yarn filled with side splitting humor, non- stop action, vivid descriptions and authentic period dialog. Young businessman Bryan Drayne comes west from his soft, citified eastern life style and tests his grit in the lawless Idaho and [...]


29. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Old Marsden - A Frank Roderus Western by Frank Roderus
Another great Frank Roderus Western. Not since Louis L'Amour and Zane Gray has there been a western fiction writer that delivers as consistantly as Frank Roderus. When old man Marsden was born his parents named him Alvin, but that was a long, long time ago. These days pretty much everybody just called him Cap. Now in his sity's, maybe he wasn't quite as spry as he was back in his trapping and [...]


29. Sep 2014
★★★★★
Book: Dear Miss Schneider, Please Excuse Walter... by Linda Schilling Mitchell
A most endearing scrapbook collection of notes kept by a young third grade teacher during the great depression. I felt how difficult it must have been for those families and how much Miss Schneider felt for those children. It made me wonder where life led them.



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