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Cloud Cuckoo Land – A Triumph!

Cloud Cuckoo Land – A Triumph!

Thirteen-year-old Anna, an orphan, lives inside the formidable walls of Constantinople in a house of women who make their living...
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18 Books Later, Mitch Rapp is Still a Badass

18 Books Later, Mitch Rapp is Still a Badass

I love escaping into a good spy thriller, and #18 in the Mitch Rapp series transported me to the Middle...
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Amy’s September Reads and Reviews

Amy’s September Reads and Reviews

 There's not much I enjoy more than curling up with a book on a crisp autumn evening. I have a...
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Great Books to Read for Hispanic Heritage Month

Great Books to Read for Hispanic Heritage Month

Okay, I’m a little late to the party. Hopefully, you already know it is Hispanic Heritage Month. Each year, Americans...
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August Books

August Books

Last month's catch was a light one, and you know what? That's cool! I spent loads of time with my...
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And the Winner Is…. Mary James!

And the Winner Is…. Mary James!

  I have the coolest job. For the last 15+ years I've been working at home (long before it was...
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Sparks Like Stars – a novel set in Kabul

Sparks Like Stars – a novel set in Kabul

The current situation in Afghanistan is madness. The horrors being experienced by citizens and foreigners are unimaginable as thousands run...
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Healing for the Broken Heart

Healing for the Broken Heart

It's hard to believe that the God who created the universe and everything in it cares about every hair on...
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Yours Cheerfully Book Review

Yours Cheerfully Book Review

When the Ministry of Information calls on Britain’s women’s magazines to help recruit desperately needed female workers to the war...
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The Chanel Sisters Book Review

The Chanel Sisters Book Review

Abandoned by their family years before, Gabrielle and Antoinette Chanel grow up under the guidance of pious nuns preparing them...
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Greater than Gold

Greater than Gold

When I read that American Kyle Snyder won the silver medal in Freestyle Wrestling (215-pound category) at the Tokyo Olympics,...
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Amy’s July Reads

Amy’s July Reads

We're practically in the middle of August and I am just now posting by book reviews for July. Yikes! I...
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Searching for Nazi Gold

Searching for Nazi Gold

Have you heard of the Nazi gold train (Wałbrzych)? I apparently live under a rock, because I hadn’t until I...
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Amy’s June Reads

Amy’s June Reads

Need an excellent book for the long holiday weekend? Look below and you'll find inspiration, thrills, chills, romances, and history....
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The Best Mystery Novels of all Time

The Best Mystery Novels of all Time

The Best Mystery Novels of All Time Gumshoes, investigators, flatfoots, private eyes, sleuths, G-men. There are plenty of names for...
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May Reads

May Reads

June is upon us, so it is time to post my reviews of the books I read in May, a...
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The True Meaning of Memorial Day

  If you ask most Americans, few have any idea why we celebrate Memorial Day. A recent Gallup Poll revealed...
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The Best Historical Fiction of All Time

The Best Historical Fiction of All Time

I have 613 books on my Goodreads “Read” list, and at least a third of them fall into the historical...
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Visitors from Heaven

Visitors from Heaven

In many cultures, cardinals have long symbolized loved ones who have passed away. I saw a Cardinal in my tree,...
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The Best Thrillers of All Time

The Best Thrillers of All Time

If you’re anything like me, you appreciate a lot of different types of books. To help you land on some...
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