Monthly Archives: March 2012

“Lucky Penny”, by Catherine Anderson

In 1891 Colorado a single woman with a child had to be careful if she wanted to live a respectable life. That is why Brianna O’Keefe invented a husband who was a minor in the gold fields. David Paxton was … Continue reading

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“Forget Me Not”, by Vicki Hinze

BEN BRANDT WAS A FAMILY MAN, UNTIL HIS WIFE AND SON WERE MURDERED AND NOW HE IS LOOKING FOR THE MURDERERS. HE MET A MYSTERIOUS WOMEN WHO LOOKS LIKE BEN’S WIFE SUSAN AND WHO WAS ATTACKED THE SAME WAY HIS … Continue reading

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“There is No Dog”, by Meg Rosoff

“There Is No Dog” is written by the delightful Meg Rosoff.  This is an ironic and sarcastic book, with a main character who struck me as self-centered and annoying.   You’ll either like this book a lot or not at all.  … Continue reading

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