Trails Southwest in the Southwest Trails Series – Parts 1 & 2 by Diane M. Cece

Wandering around the Texas Book Festival, I came to a booth with Indie Authors from all over the country.  Even New Jersey?  Well, when I heard that, this Jersey Girl had to meet the author.  Diane ended up being all the good things I love about Jersey Girls – straight shooting from the hip kind … Continue reading Trails Southwest in the Southwest Trails Series – Parts 1 & 2 by Diane M. Cece

The Last Days of Night by Graham Moore

Both of my book clubs picked winners for December.  This deeply researched Historical Fiction revolves around the lawsuit between Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse and brings in Nikola Telsa (yes before there were cars!).  Told from the viewpoint of Westinghouse’s lawyer, a young Paul Cravath, the reader is engaged into another era of what may … Continue reading The Last Days of Night by Graham Moore

Gone On Sunday – A Cotton Lee Penn Historical Mystery by Tower Lowe

Being a recent transplant to the south (arrived 30 years ago) I enjoyed the look into Southern Culture that this book gives both from 1932 and 1972. The book covers two murders, 40 years apart. Bead Baker in 1932 and her granddaughter Little Mary in 1972 – both women have been severally beaten. There is … Continue reading Gone On Sunday – A Cotton Lee Penn Historical Mystery by Tower Lowe