Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Corner Shop

The Corner Shop by Elizabeth Cadell My rating: 3 of 5 stars Three and a half stars…for an easy, light read. The first half of the book was fun and engaging. Lucille decides to go see for herself why her … Continue reading

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Library

It’s been a busy week and I’m a little late in posting! A few days ago, we took a trip to the library… So far… “Mystery Mile” is finished (review to follow!) Margery Allingham is a favorite mystery writer of … Continue reading

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The Stormy Petrel

I was surprised to see that “The Stormy Petrel” was not as well received as some of Mary Stewart’s other novels. I thoroughly enjoyed this and it was a fast read! The heroine of the novel, Rose Fenemore, is looking … Continue reading

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Mary Stewart Week

Well it’s here…Mary Stewart week. So. Which one do I start first? :

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Sweet Mercy

  Ann Tatlock has done it again. “Sweet Mercy” was part of my ‘library loot’ from last week.  Finding it in the new book section (I see it was published in 2013), I grabbed it because I remembered liking Ann … Continue reading

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Homefront

Homefront by Doris Gwaltney My rating: 4 of 5 stars I really enjoyed this book! Although shelved in our library as “Juvenile Fiction”, both because of it’s length (over 300 pages) and the themes within this novel, I think “Homefront” … Continue reading

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A Different Sun

I am going to read this book over again. In the historical note in the back of the book, the author tells about her desire to write about the first Southern Baptist missionary couple to Africa after reading and getting … Continue reading

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