From Margaret Mezzacapo
author: Hamilton, Gabrielle
Blood, Bones, and Butter
Good read. Inconsistent, though – all of a sudden a gay woman is marrying a man?
From Ginny Pisciotta
author: Christie, Judy Pace
Goodness gracious green
The 2nd book in the Green series, Goodness Gracious Green is the story of Lois Barker’s second year as owner of the Green News-Item, a small town paper she inherited in northern Louisiana. As much as she loves her new life there, she has serious misgivings about her decision to stay after a series of suspicious fires at the paper and her home. With a little romance added to the mix, the book is an enjoyable read. Like Gone to Green, the first book in the series, the story is somewhat predictable but it holds your attention. The third book in the series is The Glory of Green.
From Rosemarie Jerome
author: Bolton, S. J.
Warning: Do not read this book at night, might cause palpitations and the urge to hide.
The moors are a scary place, as Reverend Harry Laycock soon discovers after becoming pastor in the small isolated village of Heptonclough. It is a community seeped in dark rituals and even darker secrets where young children disappear or have mysterious deadly accidents and the truth is never discovered. When the Fletcher children, who are Harry’s neighbors and newcomers to the area, begin to be “haunted,” Harry investigates and strange incidences start to happen in the church. Is someone playing cruel pranks or will one of the Fletcher children be the next victim? A chilling mystery that will keep you guessing and shivering.
From Gina Scaglione
What Camping Can Teach Us
This is an adorable little gift book for the camper in your life. It has beautiful pictures paired with quotes (some famous, some not)that relate to
camping and the outdoors. It’s a keeper:)
From Gina Cortina
This was a fast paced can’t put it down kind of book! Anita Shreve never disappoints me. Without giving too much away, they fall in love, have a baby but unfortunately the baby’s mom is an alcoholic who just can’t get sober. After leaving her husband and baby, the family gets reunited after a near tragic event.
From Margo Blatt
author: Stevens, Taylor
Don’t bother. I kept waiting for it to get better. long and drawn out! couldn’t wait for it to end. not my kind of book.