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California Needs a Few Good Characters

Needless to say, a good idea can go bad in a hurry if the execution is off, and that’s exactly what happens with California.

Dean Koontz Does it Again in The City

Consummate storyteller Dean Koontz does it again with a hauntingly beautiful story of a young boy growing up in the sixties.

When I Fall in Love A Recipe for Success

Attention, romance readers: this one has it all. Nice girl heroine, hot-but-honorable hero, exotic locale, family drama, great food, the works.

Flying Shoes Implodes on Takeoff

Despite its many good qualities, reading Flying Shoes was like being trapped on a cross-country bus ride with a bunch of rehab dropouts.

No Easy Answers Found in Fourth of July Creek

Written with the strong character development and storytelling sophistication, Fourth of July Creek follows the trials of a rural social worker.

Jason Bourne Returns in Lustbader's Latest

Poor Jason Bourne. The hero of Robert Ludlum’s string of best-selling novels has lived a most woeful existence since we met him in the Mediterranean Sea.

Christians Might Want to Avoid The Vacationers

The Vacationers is a smooth read that will keep readers turning pages long after they should have turned out the light and gone to bed.

The Fault in Our Stars

Would I allow my children to read The Fault in Our Stars? I guess it would depend on their age and maturity. I’m certainly not afraid of the book; the message of the gospel is not only far more powerful than what Green presents but also far more hopeful.

Life and Death Create No Place to Hide

After the fall of Iraq in the spring of 2004, Warren was part of a team that traveled to the 332nd Theater Hospital at Balad Air Base, the largest US base in Iraq.

The Cold War Heats up in Life Behind the Wall

Life Behind the Wall is an action-packed trilogy that follows the adventures and misadventures of one family through the eyes of its teens.

The Journey of Fatherhood Gets Personal With The Good Dad

Rather than simply serve up a list of all-too-obvious tips and a few cutesy stories that underscore his mission, Daly opts for a personal approach in his new book, The Good Dad.

Mortality, Meaning and Love Explored in The Fault in Our Stars

Part of what makes Stars such an engaging read is that the protagonists meet in a support group for kids with cancer.

The Auschwitz Escape Finds Passion Amidst Tragedy

After the blockbuster success of his Last Jihad series, bestselling author Joel Rosenberg trades in contemporary political thrillers for historical fiction.

What Follows After Looks to the Past

As is only to be expected from bestselling author Dan Walsh, What Follows After is a solid emotional thriller with a message.

NYPD Red 2 Lacks Color

Partners Zach Jordan and Kylie MacDonald take on the case of the murder of Evelyn Parker-Steele, a well-connected NYC woman.

Cavendon Hall A Fairy Tale with No Happy Ending

Once upon a time there lived a beautiful family whose outer beauty was only matched by their inner nobility. They were served by another equally beautiful family.

Tread Lightly through The Devil Walks in Mattingly

The Devil Walks in Mattingly is many things: it’s a ghost story, a tale of suspense, a murder mystery, and ultimately a story of redemption.

Terri Blackstock Does it Again in Distortion

Distortion is another exciting, fast-paced entry in the ‘Moonlighters’ series from New York Times bestselling author Terri Blackstock.

Below the Surface is a Thrilling Ride Out of Dystopia

It’s not just the change of scenery that makes Tim Shoemaker’s Below the Surface such an exciting novel.

Private L.A. Should Remain Private

Glamorous Hollywood stars. Stone cold killers. Children in danger. This new release from the James Patterson book factory has it all. Almost.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • February 24, 2014 |
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