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Never-Ending TBR, Part Four

This has been a good month of reading! All the books, other than Hearts and Goals, were written by authors I’ve previously reviewed.  After a Fashion by Jen TuranoA Class of Their Own, Book 1Last month I read the story … Continue reading

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In For a Penny

By Kelsey Browning & Nancy Naigle Book 1 in series: A Seasoned Southern Sleuths Mystery Review by Jeff Salter First of all, allow me to admit that I purchased this title so long ago that the series had a different … Continue reading

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Never Ending TBR, Part Three

Thanks to the university’s spring break, I got in some extra reading time this month! Here are the awesome books I read: Dead as a Door Knocker by Diane KellyA House Flipping Mystery, Book 1I “met” Diane Kelly when I … Continue reading

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Review: “What IF”

I was looking for something a little intelligent, but lighter than what I had been listening to, while working around the house, and Randall Monroe’s “What If” filled the bill.  Monroe is a trained physicist and a short-time former contract … Continue reading

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Reviewing Another Sherlockian Book

Well, One of Sherlock’s Progeny By Jeff Salter If you, as I do, love nearly anything Sherlockian… you’re willing to believe that such a fascinating character could well have been an actual human being. From there it’s only a few … Continue reading

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Never-ending TBR, Part Two

It seems that the books I chose this month were a bit longer, so there are fewer titles. Still, it was a good month for reading, since it’s too cold to do much else! A Murderous Yarn by Monica FerrisNeedlecraft … Continue reading

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Never-Ending TBR, Part One

The new year brought a significant change in my daily routine, and my evenings are quieter. I’m reading at home, rather than in doctor’s offices or in the hospital. Will I read more? Time will tell. Once again, I set … Continue reading

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Reading Challenge 2021, Part Twelve

I have four more cozy mysteries and a historical romance anthology to tell you about today. These bring my 2021 total to 49, which is one below my yearly goal of reading 50 books per year. That means I need … Continue reading

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Which Witcher?

If you tried to watch the series “The Witcher” last year and found it too graphic, I won’t blame you if you ran away. The only reason why I watched it at all was by recommendation from a YouTuber that … Continue reading

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Reviewing The Clockwork Scarab

The Clockwork Scarab: A Stoker & Holmes Novel [The Stoker & Holmes Novels — Book 1] By Colleen Gleason Reviewed by Jeff Salter When I saw the teaser for this book – featuring the names Holmes and Stoker in Victorian … Continue reading

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