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Book Review: The Bully of Order by Brian Hart

The Bully of Order by Brian Hart September 2, 2014 Harper, New York 400 pages     I am honored to write about The Bully of Order by Brian Hart today, publication day for this new novel. I cannot believe the book is 400 pages, as I was entranced with novel from beginning to end. This…

Book Review: Sinful Folk by Ned Hayes

Sinful Folk by Ned Hayes Campanile Books: New York January 13, 2014 Kindle edition Print length: 362 pages —Sinful Folk by Ned Hayes with a wonderful cover by Nikki McClure Sinful Folk by Ned Hayes was a much better book than I had expected. I remember choosing this book to review because the novel was…

Ripper by Isabel Allende

Ripper by Isabel Allende496 pagesISBN-10: 0062291408ISBN-13: 978-0062291400Harper, New York Published: January 28, 2014  Ripper is the latest book by one of my favorite authors, Isabel Allende. I have read 80 percent of her books, almost all except for the YA ones and maybe one or two others. I looked forward to this latest book and found…

House of Earth by Woody Guthrie

House of Earth by Woody Guthrie HarperCollins Publishers, New York February 5, 2013 Hardback, 233 pages  –cover for House of Earth   I feel like I’m late to the ballgame (I’m listening to the World Series), but I’m glad I finally read Woody Guthrie’s novel, House of Earth, that was published earlier in the year.…

The Cutting Season by Attica Locke

The Cutting Season by Attica Locke Paperback, 372 pages Dennis Lehane Books by Harper Perennial New York, 2012 Welcome to TLC Book Tours book blog tour for The Cutting Season.    The Cutting Season, a novel, derives its name from the sugar cane fields of Louisiana and time spent by workers, past and present, cutting…

Novel within a Novel: New book by Sena Jeter Naslund

The Fountain of St. James Court or, Portrait of the Artist as an Old Womanby Sena Jeter NaslundSeptember 17, 2013434 pagesISBN-10: 0061579327ISBN-13: 978-0061579325William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers I finished an advanced reader’s edition of the above book that is a novel within a novel, hence the title. My trend continues for being drawn towards…