Monthly Archives: August 2008

Dove in the Window (Benni Harper Mystery) by Earlene Fowler

Another great one in the life,time and tribulations of Benni Harper. A party and shindig at the ranch owned by Benni’s father results in a murder and later a follow up. Benni’s former brother in law is in the frame … Continue reading

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The Binding Chair by Kathryn Harrison

I have read back through the two sets of Journal Entries and the website that was placed in one JE about foot binding, as I could really “visualize” the process from the description in the book, and for me that … Continue reading

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The Tea House on Mulberry Street by Sharon Owens

There was something of a charm about this book,and as I predicted when the book arrived,it was devoured quickly,and ring jumped two books, shh, don’t tell anyone! Essentially set in Northern Ireland and covers the lives,loves and tribulations of some … Continue reading

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The Winding Ways Quilt: An Elm Creek Quilts Novel by Jennifer Chiaverini

The latest in the Elm Creek Series. Several of the Elm Creek Quilters are moving on, Gwen’s daughter Sommer who has been working before heading back to university and Gwen’s friend Judy who moves out of town with her family. … Continue reading

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Lesa’s Book Critiques

I came across this fascinating blog, with lots of recommendations for books, as if I needed any more!

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Twenty Wishes by Debbie Macomber

Synopsis Anne Marie Roche is a young widow who manages Blossom Street Books, two doors down from A Good Yarn – the Blossom Street store featured in Wednesdays at Four. Separated from her husband at the time of his death, … Continue reading

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Summer at the Villa Rosa by Nicky Pellegrino

SynopsisRaffaella Moretti, by far the most beautiful girl in the southern Italian town of Triento, is about to marry the only boy she has ever loved. It seems that nothing but happiness lies in store for Raffaella. Yet, just one … Continue reading

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