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message 1: by Bobbie (last edited Aug 18, 2009 12:55PM) (new)

Bobbie  Crawford | 197 comments Mod
Please post your reviews and/or the URL for your review along with the TITLE and AUTHOR’S NAME so that we can check your reviews out.

Who knows, we might even find a new book to add to our TBR pile. ;)

Please post ONLY book reviews; no combined posts please!

message 2: by Jean (last edited Aug 19, 2009 09:04AM) (new)

Jean Holloway (jeanholloway) | 10 comments 5.0 out of 5 stars Trinity, August 1, 2009
BLACK JACK by Jean Holloway is the story of Detective Shevaughn Robinson, known as the "Golden Child" of the Portsborough Police Department. She prides herself on having every one of her cases closed.

That is until Helene Elliott, an elderly woman, is found dead of an apparent suicide. When the family pressures the police department to look further into it, the investigation obviously points to a murder. A murder that leads to a possible serial killer on the loose. When Detective Robinson is on the trail to the next victim, she will never believe who may be next on his list...a blast from the past. Will she be able to close this case or will it just lead to more unanswered questions? Unbeknownst to Detective Robinson this case just may hit a little closer to home than expected. She may have just lead danger right to her front door. No one will be safe.

BLACK JACK by Jean Holloway is a book of Romantic Suspense. An excellent sophomore read. I definitely recommend for readers to read ACE OF HEARTS before reading BLACK JACK. Both are enjoyable. BLACK JACK will leave the lingering question, was there something supernatural going on or was someone in the story just psychotic? You decide!

Final Rating: 4.5 Stars

Reviewed by Leona
APOOO BookClub

message 3: by Julianna (last edited Aug 18, 2009 06:34PM) (new)

Julianna (authorjuliannad) | 28 comments Texas Destiny by Lorraine Heath
Genre: Historical Western Romance
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

Full Review:

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Cassi (xcassi)

A review of The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

message 5: by Sally (last edited Aug 19, 2009 01:17PM) (new)

Sally (sallysimply) I'm not technically a book blogger, but I review books, and I reviewed The Time Traveler's Wife after reading it for our book club, here.

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Christine (booktumbling) (booktumbling) | 10 comments Review of Frozen Tears, includes an author interview and book giveaway.

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Keta (ketadiablo) | 30 comments JOYFULLY REVIEWED

Valentine’s Vindication by Keta Diablo

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Keta (ketadiablo) | 30 comments Review from Readaholic Blog:

BOYS OF THE BITE – A Vampire Anthology of Man Love

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Keta (ketadiablo) | 30 comments

SCORE: 4/5


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Keta (ketadiablo) | 30 comments Second time I've heard of this book this week. Might have to purchase it.

If you held a contest on your blog for it, I'd be sure to sign up. (lol)


Bobbie wrote: "East of the Sun: A Novel by Julia Gregson


Full Review:

"East of the Sun is a breathtaking, literary masterp..."

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Christine (booktumbling) (booktumbling) | 10 comments I have a great review of T.L. Stines Faces in the Fire.

Stop by and take a look at:

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Linda B (brknhrt) | 13 comments I have posted a review for Faces in the Fire by T.L. Hines on Bookvisions (

message 13: by Michael (last edited Aug 31, 2009 04:44PM) (new)

Michael (michaeladraper) Collision by Jeff Abbott A fun book with a complex plot, already optioned for the screen.
Check out my full review at

PS IF you like it or think the blog is interesting please post the comment.

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Christine (booktumbling) (booktumbling) | 10 comments My review of Playing House by Fredrica Wagman is posted at:

message 15: by Keta (last edited Sep 02, 2009 10:05AM) (new)

Keta (ketadiablo) | 30 comments Review of Decadent Deceptions, a 2008 Molly Contest Finalist can be found here from Veiled Secrets,

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Michael (michaeladraper) Too Close to Home by Linwood Barclay Most recent blog is "Too Close to Home" not only a good story but delivers a message.
See it at;

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Michael (michaeladraper) A Circle of Souls by Preetham Grandhi
A paranormal mystery where a young girl dreams of a girl who was recently murdered. She draws pictures of the murder scene and helps with the investigation.

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Christine (booktumbling) (booktumbling) | 10 comments I just posted my review of Audrey Niffenegger's upcoming book Her Fearful Symmetry.

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Christine (booktumbling) (booktumbling) | 10 comments You can check out my review of The Man Who Loved Books Too Much. Great story for any book lover.

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Michael (michaeladraper) Fans of Agatha Christie can find a review of a novel with a similiar protagonist. "The Chalk Circle Man" by Fred Vargas.

Check out the review at

Mike Draper

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Leann (likelyleann) | 2 comments Frostbite (Vampire Academy 2) by Richelle Mead

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Michael (michaeladraper) [image error] Hi, I just posted my review of "Compulsion" on my blog;

Plese visit my blog and take a look. I'd be happy to see any of your comments.

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Julianna (authorjuliannad) | 28 comments Susannah, A Lawyer: From Tragedy to Triumph by Ruth Rymer
Genre: Historical Women's Fiction
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Full Review:

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Natalie (natalierenae) Just posted a book review of Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris. Come check it out if you can! Thanks!

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Keiki Hendrix | 4 comments My latest review is 'Deadfall (A John Hutchinson Novel)' by Robert Liparulo. Read it here:

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Cheryl Anne Gardner The PodPeople Free Book Friday Review of: The Principles of Ultimate Indivisibility.

Title: The Principle of Ultimate Indivisibility
Author: Brent Robison
Genre: Literature/Fiction/Short Stories/Philosophical-Existential
Price: $ 14.95
Publisher: Bliss Plot Press
ISBN: 978-0578023168
Pages: 194
Point of Sale:
Reviewed By: Cheryl Anne Gardner

Cover Copy: A Web of Stories by Brent Robison. The Principle of Ultimate Indivisibility weaves together the disparate lives of ordinary people as they stumble through tiny everyday epiphanies on their way from confusion and loss toward redemption. With structures both traditional and experimental, these thirteen linked stories explore the bonds of family...the impacts of religion...our intertwined struggles with grief, love, and addiction...the intangible circuits of influence that link us to strangers...and the blind but determined striving for consciousness that is common to human experience. Stories in the collection have been published in a variety of journals and have won a Short Fiction Award and an Honorable Mention from Chronogram Magazine, a Fiction Fellowship from the New Jersey Council on the Arts, and a Pushcart Prize nomination.

Come read our review of this wonderful book and enter to win a brand new copy.

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Jaimey (jaimeygrant) | 9 comments I posted a new review today: By Love or By Sea by Rachel Rager

Full review posted at my reviews blog, Romance, Old School. Take a look if you get a chance. Thanx!

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Michael (michaeladraper) [image error] Current review of Darcia Helle's [No Justice:] see
Take a look.

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Michael (michaeladraper) The Scarecrow (Jack McEvoy, #2) by Michael Connelly
Posted a review of Michael Connelly's best seller, "The Scarecrow" on my blog,

Come on over and take a look.

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Jean Holloway (jeanholloway) | 10 comments Ace of Hearts by Jean Holloway

Thrilling. Captivating. Suspenseful. From the prologue, this story will enthrall you with it’s murder and romance. Detective Shevaughn (Von) Robinson, the first black female detective in the city if Portsbrough, NY is given her first case: the gruesome murder of a beautiful, young professional. Tony, Detective Robinson's love interest with a twist, becomes the catch of the day as he romances Von, since he is not the only one that wants her attention. This page turner has a beautiful unfolding love story in the mist of unspeakable lust and crime. The characters are bigger than life. Readers will become attached to the special people in this novel, and will cry for the victims. Prepare for an emotional rollercoaster. Ace of Hearts is a murder mystery the reader will not want to put down.

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Peace Love and Reviews (peaceloveandpat) | 4 comments Madelyn Alt's Bewitching Series book 1 - The trouble with magic

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Simcha Lazarus (sclazarus) | 8 comments If you enjoy contemporary fantasy then give On the Edge, by Ilona Andrews, a try.

Read the review here

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Christine (booktumbling) (booktumbling) | 10 comments My review of Ecoholic by Adria Vasil is posted. Some great "green" advice.

Tomorrow is the last day to enter for the 5 book spooky giveaway. There is still time to enter for a copy of the truly entertaining Simon's Cat. Please check out the giveaway page.

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Jennifer (jennifer_q85) My latest review was Tethered by Amy Mackinnon...really good!!

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Michael (michaeladraper) Undone (Georgia Series, #1) by Karin Slaughter Posted the review of this book and compared the amazing plot similarities between this book, publised in 2009 and Lisa Gardner's "Hide" pubished January 30, 2007.
Check it out and tell me what you think.

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Linda B (brknhrt) | 13 comments I have posted a review of Tea With Hezbollah by Ted Dekker and Carl Medearis on Bookvisions:

message 37: by Simcha (last edited Jan 31, 2010 06:05PM) (new)

Simcha Lazarus (sclazarus) | 8 comments I just posted a review of The Sword Edged Blonde, a fun detective fantasy novel.


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Sara Shalash | 6 comments Hey!
I just reviewed What My Girlfriend Doesn't Know by Sonya Sones. It is the sequel to What My Mother Doesn't Know, but it can also be a stand-alone novel. I would love if you stopped by and checked it out :)

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Christine (booktumbling) (booktumbling) | 10 comments Review and Giveaway of Garth Stein's (author of The Art of Racing in the Rain) debut novel - Raven Stole the Moon. Lovely story!

Amelia, free market Puritan (aeimaginer12) Hey, just posted my review for INCARCERON (Catherine Fisher):

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Sara Shalash | 6 comments Hey everyone!
I just reviewed Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver and I would love if you stopped by and checked it out :)

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Emily (emikay) Hey guys!

I just reviewed Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan. (

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Sara Shalash | 6 comments Hey everyone!
I just reviewed The Naughty List by Suzanne Young and I would love if you stopped by to check it out :)

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Amanda Markham (echidnaquill) The Killing Floor by Lee Child

An excerpt of my review:

Jack Reacher, the main character, has been summarized elsewhere as a ‘Rambo-type’ loner. Lee Child is an excellent writer and Jack Reacher is a fully realised, believable, and three-dimensional character. For a start, Reacher doesn’t speak in grunts. He doesn’t just kill for the sake of adding a bit more action to the plot or to give the reader a bit more of a thrill. He spends a lot of time internalising, ruminating over his predicament.

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Anna (brimfulbookshelves) | 8 comments I reviewed Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld. I would love it if you went and checked it out!

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Simcha Lazarus (sclazarus) | 8 comments My review of Changelss by Gail Carriger and Gardens of the Moon by Steven Erikson

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Sensitivemuse | 49 comments I reviewed The Fairy Tale Detectives by Michael Buckley (which was a wonderful read)

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Jason (jasonct) | 41 comments Latest review is The Crossing Places by Elly Griffiths

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P. (shimizusan) | 66 comments Hi there, my latest review is 'The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Other Stories' by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Feel free to read and comment :)

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