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Sugar Cookie Murder (Hannah Swensen, #6)
I wondered if I would tired with Joanne Fluke's books after a while but I did enjoy this one except for two disappointments. One disappointment was th ...more
Oct 28, 2013
Oct 28, 2013
Hitched (Regan Reilly Mystery, #9)
I have always enjoyed books by Mary Higgins Clark and I am starting to like books by her daughter, Carol Higgins Clark as well.

"Hitched" tells about a
Jan 22, 2009
Jan 22, 2009
A Slice of Murder (Pizza Lovers,  #1)
One of the better cozy mysteries I've read. The actual murderer is perhaps a bit obvious but there were enough red herrings to make it worthwhile read ...more
Oct 04, 2014
Oct 05, 2014
A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence, and Power
This book really deserves a 4.5 rating. The only mark against it is that it is a bit unorganized at times.

The subject of this book is not about rape b
Apr 25, 2014
Apr 30, 2014
Knit One, Kill Two (A Knitting Mystery, #1)
An interesting cozy mystery showing how secrets of the past can affect the present.

I would have liked a bit more information and background about the
May 08, 2015
May 08, 2015
Invisible (Ivy Malone Mysteries, #1)
This is a heroine for those of us who are seniors. Ivy is feeling invisible because of her age and stage (I've often felt that way myself) but this co ...more
Oct 24, 2014
Oct 24, 2014
Bridge to Haven
An enthralling story about choices, forgiveness and redemption.
Sep 14, 2014
Sep 14, 2014
Motif for Murder (A Scrapbooking Mystery, #4)
Not a bad cozy mystery but the ending was a little disappointing.

The coarse language sprinkled throughout the book added nothing to the story and coul
Jul 21, 2015
Jul 05, 2015
Playing Second Fiddle
I was both impressed and disappointed by this book. I had high expectations and perhaps this is where the disappointment comes in. Because this is a t ...more
Dec 23, 2014
Dec 26, 2014
No Time for Goodbye
Too bad you can't give 1/2 a star. I would rate this book about a 3 1/2. I am probably being a bit unfair since it has already won a prestigious UK aw ...more
Jan 15, 2009
Jan 20, 2009
Pagan Christianity?: Exploring the Roots of Our Church Practices
The church has changed from the vibrant, sometimes messy event of the First Century where, according to 1 Corinthians 14, everyone came together with ...more
Jul 04, 2012
Jul 04, 2012
Classic Christianity: Life's Too Short to Miss the Real Thing
This is the type of book that you need to read more than once. Here are some quotes that make shake you up if you are a Christian.

" The Christian chur
Apr 03, 2012
Apr 03, 2012
Drawing Near: A Life of Intimacy with God
Generally I enjoy and profit from John Bevere's books. I found much in this book to be valuable; however, the chapter on speaking in tongues was not h ...more
Sep 07, 2012
Sep 07, 2012
Callander Square (Charlotte & Thomas Pitt, #2)
This is the second book in the Charlotte and Thomas Pitt series. Not quite as good as the first perhaps (the characters were not quite as clearly draw ...more
Jun 13, 2014
Jun 13, 2014
The Weed That Strings the Hangman's Bag (Flavia de Luce, #2)
I hardly know what to say about this book - the second in the Flavia series. First I still have no idea what the title has to do with the story. I am ...more
Dec 19, 2014
Dec 20, 2014
The Grace of God
This book by Andy Stanley (the son of Charles Stanley), would be interesting to use in a small group. He makes some statements that are sure to raise ...more
May 30, 2012
May 31, 2012
Hitting the Wall
I always find it interesting to read a book written by someone I know. This book is no exception.

David Payne was the pastor of a church my husband and
Mar 14, 2014
Mar 13, 2014
Circle of Quilters (Elm Creek Quilts, #9)
Circle of Quilters is the seventh book (I think) in this series by Jennifer Chiaverini. Since I just read the first book, I decided to reread this one ...more
Jan 27, 2009
Jan 29, 2009
Fighting for David: An Inspiring True Story of Stubborn Love, Faith, and Hope Beyond Reason
David was a young man terribly injured in a motorcycle accident. He was in a coma, then had to have part of his brain removed to prevent further swell ...more
Feb 06, 2013
Feb 10, 2013
Spirit Rising: Tapping into the Power of the Holy Spirit
"Every Sunday millions of people sit bored in church services." And this is just the Forward!

I have read two books this summer that say basically the
Jul 29, 2012
Jul 30, 2012
Close Knit Killer (A Knitting Mystery, #11)
Two things made this mystery a bit of a disappointment.

One is that the almost twelve-year-old girl in the story was way too cute and enthusiastic - no
Jun 09, 2015
Jun 09, 2015
The Cruelest Month (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, #3)
I found this a rather odd book.

At first I was delighted that it was written by a Canadian author and placed in a Canadian setting.

I found the relation
Jan 28, 2014
Jan 29, 2014
Murder Among Us (Mitchell and Markby Village, #4)
A rather good read. The murderer was a bit obvious but the characters were sympathetic and believable and there was a little bit of romance thrown in ...more
Apr 28, 2015
Apr 28, 2015
Cries from the Cross: A Journey Into the Heart of Jesus
I wasn't going to read this book. It was given to me by a friend who was clearing out her bookcase and I thought it might be another fluff book on the ...more
Jun 17, 2014
Jun 17, 2014
Writers in our Midst
I can't imagine anyone reading this book who did not attend Riverdale Collegiate Institute in Toronto, Ontario, Canada as a student or teacher or who ...more
Jan 22, 2015
Jan 22, 2015
Frozen Heat (Nikki Heat, #4)
I guess when you read a book supposedly written by a fictional television character, you can't expect too much.

In the TV show, CAstle, Richard Castle
Jun 10, 2014
Jun 10, 2014
The Monogram Murders
Many authors have tried to copy Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and create a "new" Sherlock over the years but I think this is the first attempt to re-create H ...more
Sep 26, 2014
Sep 26, 2014
The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience: Why Are Christians Living Just Like the Rest of the World?
This is a book, written 10 years ago, that is extremely relevant for today. The statistics that Sider cites may be even more depressing for Evangelica ...more
Mar 31, 2015
Mar 31, 2015
The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie (Flavia de Luce, #1)
This is the first book in the "Flavia" series. Flavia is an irrepressible eleven year old girl living in 1950 who gets into much trouble trying to sol ...more
Jun 22, 2014
Jun 22, 2014
Unhinged (Home Repair is Homicide, #6)
I had to really force myself to finish this book. Although I have read another one in this series by Sarah Graves, I found this one to be tedious. I c ...more
Mar 13, 2015
Mar 14, 2015
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