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Buried Bones by Carolyn Haines

  • Posted on: 24 January 2017
  • By: Gina

If you’re anything like me and you loved gothics, and especially southern gothics, mystery, laughs, spookiness, a touch of romance, and of course, a great heroine to take you through the story……you’ll love Sara Booth Delaney and her cohorts.  Especially Jitty, Sarah Booth's great, great grandmother's nanny, who regulary haunts the Delaney ancestral plantation and  is dead, no pun intended, and set on Sarah Booth getting married and having babies especially since Sarah Booth especially since Sarah Booth is already over thirty! especially since Sarah Booth is already over thirty!

JASS by David Fulmer - Book Review Book 2 in The Storyville Series

  • Posted on: 25 November 2016
  • By: Gina

He's back........Valentin St. Cyr, that dark, sensitive, secretive, irresistible super sleuth Crole detective.  New Orleans of yesteryear will come alive like history unfolding before you as Valentin moves through Storyville in an attempt to solve a series of gruesome murders.  Jass, voodoo, and murder....New Orleans, a top notch detective and a fantastic story.  What more could you want?

All For One and One For All!!! The Three Musketeers

  • Posted on: 1 November 2016
  • By: Gina

The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas.  Dashingly handsome men and beautiful evil women...what fun!  This review is a bit different, because this book has been made into a movie countless times, so I am going to review both…..and then let you in on a bit of Trivia Truth which many of you may never have heard before.

 

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