Reviewed by: Anita Lock, Pacific Book Reviewhttp://www.pacificbookreview.comIt is summer of 2001, and forty-five-year old Shane Connolly’s supposed All-American-Family life is about to crumble. A prior gang member during his teens, Shane rises above the din of negativity years…See More
Reviewed By: Krista Schnee, Pacific Book Reviewhttp://www.pacificbookreview.com/In this complex, modern world, no one can entirely avoid misfortune. Indeed, by the time we reach adulthood, experiencing a crisis—even a major, life-threatening one—isn’t uncommon, and yet, for most, it is certainly unwelcome. Rather than focusing on what can be learned from a difficult situation, we often rush through it, wishing to put that time behind us and move…See More
Reviewed by: Suzanne Gattis, Hollywood Book Reviewshttp://www.hollywoodbookreviews.comBilly Bryne is a man that legends are made of, in the biker world and beyond. He never went down without a good fight, even in the very end, as his friends would tell it. When his life of adventure came to a halt, a new adventure, upon his final request, was just starting for his two sons, Michael and Kyle. Accepting a challenge from their deceased father’s…See More
Reviewed by: Beth Adams, Pacific Book Reviewhttp://www.pacificbookreview.comBeautifully bound and illustrated, this short children’s story found its origin in the verbal storytelling of past generations, finally making it to print in this delightful bedtime storybook. Written and illustrated by M. Anu Narasimhan, The Little Parrot and the Angel’s Tears has a poetic beat and rhyme, telling the tale of a brave little parrot, needing to save his…See More
Reviewed by: John Murray, Hollywood Book Reviewshttp://www.hollywoodbookreviews.comLove stories hold a special place in readers’ hearts. Some readers delve into such tales to find hope, others to relive their own romances, but all long to see couples overcome obstacles and forge a lasting relationship. There is a reason for the influx of romance stories spanning genres including paranormal, historical, and science fiction. Regardless of the…See More
Reviewed by: Lisa Brown-Gilbert, Hollywood Book Reviewshttp://www.hollywoodbookreviews.comWith a memorable title like Death of a Guru, one could not help but become immediately interested in this book by author Doug Greenall. The title alone initially sets the mind wondering as to which road of exposition the author will take in order to foment his story. Moreover, as for the story that follows, readers will find that they are both entertained…See More
Reviewed by: Gary Sorkin, Pacific Book Reviewhttp://www.pacificbookreview.com/When the Mayor of New York City’s grandson and the grandson’s wife are found shot, execution style, NYPD homicide Detective-Investigator Louis Martelli with his partner Sean O’Keeffe are put on the case. It is clearly a message to the Mayor from someone destined to eternity in Dante’s eighth of Nine Circles of Hell,which in the epic fable is resided by the…See More
Reviewed By: Tiffany Ezuma, Pacific Book Reviewhttp://www.pacificbookreview.comA stunning debut novel from Brian M. Freed, “An Adirondack Life” makes for compelling and suspenseful reading. Set in the New York Adirondack Mountains, the story weaves the lives of three teens into a love triangle gone wrong. The two boys in the triangle, John David and Jack, are polar opposites but share the love of athletics and status as major athletes in their…See More
There is a the Cozy Mystery Group, but I find that some books posted there do not fit in the Cozy section of mystery. This group is a place for anyone who loves to read a good mystery and/or thriller and/or action adventure book.See More
Miracles Among Us: A Collection of True Miracle Stories
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Attention librarians attending BookExpo America! Have you heard about the Publishers Weekly BEA Librarians’ Lounge (booth R420)? Take a moment to relax with complimentary refreshments, meet featured authors, and enjoy exclusive programming, including presentations, special galley giveaways (print and digital), raffles, tech demos, author chats, and meet and greets with PW editors—all courtesy of the […]
The UK’s Top Ten Books… Coming in June 2015 As we move towards summer, publishers are spicing up their lists with some early beach reads. Not that beach-reading has to be just for blockbusters; getting some quality time to read without interruption is perfect for all kinds of books – and this month’s selection is […]
Blog name: Stacy Alesi’s BookBitch.com Blog URL: http://stacyalesi.comYour name: Stacy AlesiCan you explain the different features of BookBitch.com and what genres you primarily focus on?There are two primary features; reviews and giveaways. I personally review mostly crime fiction, romance, books that appeal to book clubs, and cookbooks. I also cover food writing, occasional memoirs, sci-fi, […]