The Final Detail

From Dawn Moore
Title:  The Final Detail
Author:  Harlen Coben
The 6th installment of the Myron Bolitar series, a Sports agent with a flair for Detective work along with his pals Win and Esperanza. The books do follow a similar format as the prior books however they can stand alone and this like the others is a page turner that had an ending you never see coming.

F is For Fugitive

From  Sandi Rosenthal
Title:  F is For Fugitive
Author:  Sue Grafton
As I reported on her other books, Sue Grafton has enjoyable characters, and a light type of mystery. Once again Kinsey Millhone gets herself in trouble while doing her job as a private investigator.

Killing Kennedy

From  Elaine Pasquali
Title:  Killing Kennedy
Author:  Bill O’Reilly
An interesting look-back at Kennedy’s assassination, carefully avoiding any conspiracy theories.  I found this book more difficult to read than Killing Lincoln, because I had lived through the events and resisted having the wounds reopened.  Still, I’m glad I read it for the insight it offered into the people caught up in the events.

Cowboy Under My Christmas Tree

From Terry DelBalso
Title:  Cowboy Under My Christmas Tree
Author:  Janet Daily
If you are looking for a book with a deep story line and character development; this is not the one. However if you want an easy ready during the Holiday rush and desire that extra warm Christmas feeling, the book will do the trick. It is about a Colorado Cowboy that comes to NY for a one month job and falls in love with a beautiful girl that is on an assignment designing Holiday window displays. The girl is also attracted to him but wary. The story takes you through the journey of his winning her over.