Star Wars: Doctor Aphra

Written By: Sarah Kuhn Published By: Del Rey Reviewed By: Melissa Minners                I had some gift card money to spend.  What better way than to buy one of the new Star Wars novels.  They’re a little pricey and I needed to save some dough.  Free is a great price!  So, I decided to pickContinue reading “Star Wars: Doctor Aphra”

Rizzoli & Isles: Listen to Me

Written By: Tess Gerritsen Published By: Ballantine Books Reviewed By: Melissa Minners I’m a big fan of the Rizzoli & Isles television series that used to air on TNT and now is available in syndication and on DVD.  In fact, I have every season on DVD.  Yet, I never have read any of the booksContinue reading “Rizzoli & Isles: Listen to Me”

Nameless

Written By: Dean Koontz Published By: Amazon Publishing Reviewed By: Melissa Minners                During the pandemic, I was looking for quick reads that I could download to my cleanable Kindle should I get stuck at work and have downtime to actually read.  I was directed to a series of short stories by Dean Koontz calledContinue reading “Nameless”

The Racketeer

Written By John Grisham Published By: Bantam Reviewed By: Melissa Minners                I love John Grisham’s writing and read every book by him that I can get my hands on.  I’ve reviewed some really great Grisham novels over the years.  So, when a family member offered me a copy of The Racketeer that they hadContinue reading “The Racketeer”

The Order of the Key

Written By: Justine Manzano Review By Melissa Minners                So, I get this message from my sister – she’s about to be published and her book comes out…smack dab in the middle of the pandemic.  No worries, right?  Amazon to the rescue.  I pre-order The Order of the Key by Justine Manzano and sit backContinue reading “The Order of the Key”

The Snow Gypsy

Written By: Lindsay Jayne Ashford Published By: Lake Union Publishing Reviewed By: Melissa Minners                When British veterinarian and accomplished author Rose Daniel’s brother disappeared after joining the partisans during the Spanish Civil War, she wanted to search for him immediately.  Her father attempted to do so, but was detained as a Jew and diedContinue reading “The Snow Gypsy”

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