I love searching through the wonderful blogs associated with this group, but sometimes I'd just like to find a new book to read! I thought this would be a great place to JUST post review links! Here's my latest:

Jodi Picoult's "Handle With Care" http://bookwormzreader.blogspot.com/2009/04/book-review-handle-with...

Please post your latest review here! Thanks!

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My latest review is "The Seamstress" by Frances De Pontes Peebles. I'm loving all the reviews!
http://www.icewarmth.com/2009/04/book-review-hearts-and-bones-by.html My latest Review is Hearts & Bones by Margaret Lawrence but I have alot of others as well :)
Here's my latest review of the series Pretty Little Liars. Review is of book #1

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Hello! I just reviewed The Housekeeper and the Professor by Yoko Ogawa... there are quite a few older reviews on my blog too, please stop by and check it out!
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My latest review of the wonderful and funny Mucho Caliente by Francesca Prescott is up :)
The latest review on Book Three, Curse of the Bayou (Cynthia's Attic, 'tween fantasy/mystery series)

Book four: Cynthia's Attic: The Magician's Castle due out in Dec. 2009 (Quake/Echelon Imprint)

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The Vendetta Defense
Author: Lisa Scottoline

I did not have the luxury of reading Scottoline's books in series order, so keep this in mind when reading my review. Let me start by saying that this is, in my opinion, the best of the series.

I found myself sucked in right way to the drama of the Italian community. I love books that have a little cultural flavor and as is the case with Scottoline's books, the characters make the story.

I recommend this book in audio! Audible.com

When Pigeon Tony is arrested for murder it looks like an open and shut case. But Pigeon Tony is adamant that he did not murder his lifelong enemy. It isn't what it seems and he is determined to tell the truth even if it kills him, his grandson, and his lawyer, Judy Carrier.

Judy works for Rosato & Associates and her boss, Bennie, is no push-over, so it takes some work for Judy to convince Bennie that she is thinking with her brain and not with her heart when she fights to keep the case she took without permission.

The friction between Lucia and Coluzzi families goes back years and holds the pain of more than one tragedy. Is Judy Carrier a good enough attorney to let Pigeon Tony tell his story to the judge and jury and him from facing the death penalty?

This is one of Scottoline's most emotional books and while it goes back in the series, I believe it is her best writing. I love all her books, but this is in the #1 spot for great Scottoline reads.

My latest book review is of Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain:

http://chaoticcompendiums.blogspot.com/

cheers,
c.
I loved this book! Can't wait to read your review!


I just put up Jen Lancaster's "Such a Pretty Fat" here - it's laugh-out-loud funny! :)

http://bookwormzreader.blogspot.com/2009/04/book-review-such-pretty...

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