Book Review | The Red Canary

Do you like to read new-to-you authors? I’m always a little nervous even though I love to find a new author whose books I can start collecting. Rachel Scott McDaniel is now officially one of those authors for me. Her latest book The Red Canary is simply fantastic.

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Book Review | Broken Lines

Broken Lines is the first book I’ve read by Kelsey Gietl and the first book in her new series Hope or High Water – War Across Waters. I love historical fiction and the idea of reading about two German-Americans facing life on the brink of World War II intrigued me.

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Book Review | Night Fall

It’s here! Susan Sleeman has an new series: Nighthawk Security. It follows the Byrd brothers, who we first met in Dead End, one of my favorite books from the previous Truth Seekers series. Ever since that book, I have been hoping we’d see more of them and not only did we, but the five brothers (and their sister’s sister-in-law) now have their own series!

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Book Review | Nothing Short of Wondrous

What does it take to survive the early days of Yellowstone National Park? In Regina Scott’s novel Nothing Short of Wondrous, widowed hotelier Kate Tremaine has a better idea than newly arrived Calvary Lieutenant William Prescott. And he knows it. Which is why he enlists her as her guide.

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Book Review | A Distance Too Grand

A Distance too Grand by Regina Scott takes readers to the grandeur of the Grand Canyon before it was a protected or navigable place. An accomplished photographer in her own right, Meg Pero is determined to take over her late father’s photography business. First order of business, fulfill a contract joining her to an Army survey team. The problem? Her almost-fiance is leading the team.

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