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Shades of Darkness, Shades of Grace

Mystery 30 April 2008 | 0 Comments

Reviewed By Stuart Nachbar Catherine Johnson’s Shades of Darkness, Shades of Grace is a story of a close Minnesota family thrown in turmoil over a poor marital decision; its consequences place them in a chain of financial, legal and moral struggles that go on for five long years. Johnson wrote Shades based on true events […]

Under Lock and Key AND In the Wash

Mystery 5 November 2007 | 0 Comments

 Lauren Smith: Tell us about your book(s). They are part of a series, is that right? Rebecca Benston: My books, In the Wash and Under Lock and Key are part of a mystery series which centers around private detective, Rona Shively. She’s a sassy, smart-mouthed PI who often takes cases that other PI’s wouldn’t touch. She’s not afraid to […]

Little Pink Slips

Mystery 17 July 2007 | 0 Comments

Little Pink Slips by Sally Koslow Warning: you will stay up all night reading this book. Little Pink Slips is like fun and delicious, like eating a whole chocolate cake without the guilt. Former McCall’s editor-in-chief Sally Koslow features a delightfully likeable character Magnolia Gold, who gets removed from her position as editor-in-chief of Lady […]

The Next Thing on My List

Mystery 18 April 2007 | 0 Comments

The Next Thing on My List: A Novelby Jill SmolinskiShaye Areheart Books (2007)ISBN 0307351246 I think readers will agree with me that “The Next Thing on My List” is a wonderfully written heartwarming story about a woman’s self-discovery that will have you hooked from the very first page.  Jill Smolinski knows and understands her audience […]

Julia Fairchild

Mystery 17 April 2007 | 0 Comments

Julia Fairchild: A Novel, by Louise Gaylord Julia Fairchild is a clinical psychologist.  Mackenzie Brantley Jr. is a physician.   He knew they were meant to be together from the moment they met.  Despite vast differences in their childhoods, they seem destined for a fairytale life; then along came the storm. Both Julia and Mac were […]