Monthly Archives: January 2012

Search of the Moon King’s Daughter

Warning: This is a PG book review. Emmaline, the strong and almost believable protagonist, carries an incredibly heavy load in Linda Holeman’s Search of the Moon King’s Daughter. The first half of this good-but-not-great book is all introduction and scene … Continue reading

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Tweaked

I grabbed Katherine Holubitsky’s Tweaked at the library. I wanted a quick light read and thought that the slim tome from Orca books would fit the bill. I was wrong.  This White Pine 2010 contender is an amazing story about … Continue reading

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Cruelest Month

The Cruelest Month is a Three Pines Mystery written by Louise Penny. They are all apparently set in the Canadian province of Quebec centering around a small Anglo-town called Three Pines and feature Chief of Homicide Detective Gamache.The characters were … Continue reading

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