Post Tagged with: "Whitney Lebron"

REVIEW:  Lowcountry Boil by Susan M. Boyer

REVIEW:  Lowcountry Boil by Susan M. Boyer

Reviewed by Whitney Lebron: What had me grab this book off the shelf was: a) it had Lowcountry in the title, and b) the line on the back saying, “Private Investigator Liz Talbot is a modern Southern belle: she blesses hearts and takes names.”.  I decided right then and there to read this book.  I was not disappointed in the slightest. 

by · 07/03/2017 · Comments are Disabled · Features, Reviews
REVIEW:    The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend

REVIEW: The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend

A novel by Katarina Bivald

Reviewed by Whitney Lebron | Originally written in Swedish and translated into English, this debut novel by Katarina Bivald is heartwarming and endearing. Sara travels half way around the world from Sweden to Broken Wheel, Iowa, to meet her pen pal Amy, only to arrive and find out that Amy’s funeral has just ended. The townspeople of Broken Wheel take Sara under their wing, even though they find her love for books and reading a bit peculiar. Sara decides to open up a bookstore in honor of friend’s memory and to share the books she loves with the citizens of Broken Wheel.

by · 05/22/2017 · Comments are Disabled · Features, Reviews
REVIEW:  Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin

REVIEW: Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin

Wolf by Wolf is an alternative history where the Axis powers of the Third Reich and Imperial Japan rule Europe and Asia. Where is Italy? Read the book to find out. It’s 1956 and time for the Axis Tour, an annual motorcycle race across their joined continents to celebrate their great victory. The winner is awarded an audience with Adolf Hitler at the Victor’s Ball in Tokyo.

by · 01/30/2017 · Comments are Disabled · Features, Reviews
REVIEW:  Rest Ye Murdered Gentlemen

REVIEW: Rest Ye Murdered Gentlemen

A mystery by Vicki Delany: Ever wanted to immerse yourself in Christmas Town? Although Rudolph, New York, may not be called Christmas Town, it celebrates Christmas all year long. But this December might not be full of comfort and joy, as a murder is about to create havoc in this peaceful place.

by · 12/19/2016 · Comments are Disabled · Features, Reviews
REVIEW: Death by Darjeeling

REVIEW: Death by Darjeeling

Death by Darjeeling is a cozy mystery set in the historic district of Charleston, S.C. More specifically, the plot unfolds in a tea shop on Church Street called Indigo Tea Shop. This little gem of a shop is owned by Theodosia Browning and00icon_recommended is run by three unique characters: Theodosia (owner), Drayton Conneley (assistant/professional tea blender/master tea taster—and personally my favorite character in the book), and Haley Parker (shop clerk/baker/student).

by · 07/06/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Features, Reviews