From Leslie Liebman
Title: Storm Prey
Author: John Sandford
Great read! Sandford’s novels are always filled with interesting characters, a complex plot that draws the reader in, with a smart ending that satisfactorily ties up all the loose ends. I definitely recommend this book as well as Sandford’s other novels.
From Leslie Liebman
Title: Winter’s Tale
Author: Mark Helprin
fantasy story that spans many decades, sometimes difficult to follow but has many interesting characters & events. This was not my favorite book but I a, interested in seeing the movie to see how the director interpreted this story to the silver screen.
From Evelyn Summers
Author: Katy Evans
Good read, I enjoy reading the story from the other main characters point of view. Shows a different way of viewing the story and clears up any confusion. Love the story of Remington and Brooke.
From ADELE GRESSER
Author: NORA ROBERTS
A BRIGHT AND ENERGETIC CPA HANDS IN HER RESIGNATION AFTER B EING EMPLOYED FOR 5 YEARS WITH NO EXPLANATION. REBECCA WAS FEELING UNSETTLED ESPECIALLY AFTER HER AUNT JEANNIE PASSED AWAY AFTER 2 MONTHS IN RETIREMENT. SHE LEFT REBECCA EVERYTHING SHE OWNED. REBECCA FELT HER LIFE WAS AT A STANDSTILL WITHOI=T RELATIVES. SO SHE DECIDES TO TRAVEL. SHE SEK=LLS EVERT=YTHING SHE HAS ABD WITH THE MONEY GOES TO SEE THE WORLD. FIRSTSHE GOES TO PARIS TO HAVE HER HER STYLED. SHE THEN BOOKS A FLIGHT TO GREECE SOMEPLACE SHE HAS ALWAYS WANTED TO VISIT. AT CORFO THE 1ST PLACE SHE VISITS IN GREECE SHE MEETS A VERY ATTRACTIVE MAN WHILE DINING. WHEN THIS MAN,STEPHEN, SPOTS HER HE FINDS HIMSELF INTRIGUED AND SENDS HER ABOTTLE OF WINE. HE INVITES HIMSELFTO HER TABLE AND QUICKLY TRIES TO KEARN ALL ABOUT REBECCA MALONE. AFTER SEEING EACH OTHER SEVERAL TIMES REBECCATHROW PROPRIETY TO THE WINDAND LETS HERSELF FALL FOR HIM. STEPHEN WAS A PUZZLE. WHAT WOULD A GOOD LOOKING, WELL DRESSED, BUSY MAN WANT FROM HER…SHE DIDN’T CONSIDER HERSELF ANYTHING SPECIAL.STEPHEN HAPPENS TO BE VERY WEALTHY, OWNS RESTARANTS, HOTELS ETC. REBECCA FINDS HIM IRRESISTABLE WITH CONTRIDICTIONS. STEPHEN CONSIDERS REBECCAINTRIGUING AND THET FALL IN LIVE. TO SEEHOW 2 PEOPLE FROM DIFFERENT CULTRESAND BACKFGROUNDS LEARN HOW THEY CAN ENJOY ONEANOTHER LEADSTO A MARRIAGE PROPOSAL.
From adele gresser
Title: TRIP WIRE
JACK REACHER, ANEX MILITARY POLICEMAN, IS WORKING ON KEY WEST TO HIDE FROM INQUIRING PEOPLE. A MAN COMES TO HIM TO FIND OUT THE WHERABOUTS OF A PERSON CALLED REACHER. THIS MAN IS FOUND DEAD. HIS NAMEWSCOSTELLO.COSTELLO WAS SENT TO FIND REACHER BYU A U.S.COLONEL AND A TWO STAR GENERAL. WHY ARE THESE MILITARY PERSONNEL SEEKING INFORMATION.
JACK LEAVES KEY WEST AFTER LEARNING OF COSTELLO’S DEATH AND GOES TO N.Y.PEOPLE ZRE KILLED AND WHAT ARE THE LOOKING FOR FROM JACK? HE IS LOCATED AND THE KILLER SHOOTSREACHER IN HIS PECTORAL MUSCLE WHICH WAS SO THICKTHAT IT STOPPPED THE BULLET DEAD. WHAT AND WHY ARE THESE HUNTERS AFTER JACK REACHER?
From Terry Gustafson
Title: Murder In The West Wing
Author: Elliott Roosevelt
I found this book on the for sale rack at the library. So I thought I would give it a read,because I love mysteries.If you like a bit of history with your murder mystery than you will like this novel. It moves along at a rapid pace explaining how Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt(who just happens to be the First Lady) gets involved with the murder that takes place downstairs in the many offices that run the White House. It’s style & many of the expressions the author uses are from the 1930’s. There are twelve other murder mysteries in the series.It was an interesting read.
From Elaine Pasquali
Title: Dancing Fish and Ammonites: A Memoir
Author: Penelope Lovely
Ms. Lovely looks back on her eighty years and at the phenomenon of old age. Ms. Lovely spent her early childhood in Cairo. Because of the impact of the war on North Africa, she attended boarding school in England. She spent most of her adult life in the UK. Her vantage point is set into this sociohistorical context, which should have enhanced the book. Instead, I found it a distraction. Ms Lovely digressed so much into context that her memoir became an aside. Rarely do I not finish a book, but midway through this one I lost interest .