Tag Archives: suspense

(Book review) Hidden Peril

As usual, Irene has written another page turner that is full of suspense. Kristen Dane and two longtime friends vow to make the world a better place. None of them plan on the events that take them through theft or cold blooded murder. Kristen, an innocent owner of Word Craft Shop, finds that some of the things she sells are part of a plot to destroy America. Plan to spend some late hours reading as you are not going to be able to put this book down.

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If we make it home

Reviewed by: Ceil Carey, retired public librarian and long time book discussion leader   Introduction Title: If we make it home Author: Christina Suzann Nelson Publisher: Kregel Publications Publication Date: 2017 Format: Paperback Length: 272 pages   OVERVIEW Four college friends, really more like sisters than just friends, have their whole lives ready and waiting before them. Now 25 years later, […]

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(Book review) Coldwater

Reviewed by: Allyson M. Hutchison, a professional writing major at Taylor University.   Introduction Title: Coldwater Author: Samuel Parker Publisher: Revell Publication Date: 2018 Format: Print Book Length: 314 Pages OVERVIEW     Haywood wants revenge. Melissa wants justice. Michael wants freedom. Three stories of individuals driven by different goals merge in the town of Coldwater. Michael has a dark power inside […]

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(Book review) When Through Deep Waters

Dekker tells the story of Alicen McCaffery, a single mother whose life changes when her only daughter dies under her watch. Alicen heads to the mountains she used to visit as a kid, but she finds more than just memories there. She begins to see and hear things that cannot possibly be reality, just as her beloved grandmother used to. Alicen is forced to wonder whether she is simply the next in her family to go crazy, or if maybe she has a special gift of perception and there is some truth to what she is seeing.

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