Looking For Laura (A Tracey Marks Mystery) by Ellen Shapiro

Bursting into the mystery genre, this PI/New Author has started an intriguing series with an independent female PI.  Learning that the author is a “real” PI in New York, put this book at the top of my reading list. With a great main character, Tracey, I was quickly pulled into the PI world and Tracey’s … Continue reading Looking For Laura (A Tracey Marks Mystery) by Ellen Shapiro

Iron and the Arrow: Book Four in the Kingdom of Jior Series by Wendy L. Anderson

Having read all of this series, so far (the last book, Five being anxiously anticipated), it is always a joy to return to the land of Jior created by Wendy Anderson.  This author has a way of weaving what at the base is a family saga into a love story that crosses all the barriers … Continue reading Iron and the Arrow: Book Four in the Kingdom of Jior Series by Wendy L. Anderson

The Diarrhea Diaries: Trump’s Tweets That Gives Us the Runs by Robert J. Emery

In my professional life I stay apolitical; however when this book crossed my desk I had to read it.  A quick book to read, this author has collected and organized tweets posted by President Trump.  As someone who stays on the fringe of social media and politics the amount and quality of tweets was surprising.  … Continue reading The Diarrhea Diaries: Trump’s Tweets That Gives Us the Runs by Robert J. Emery