Showing posts from November, 2019

Nothing to See Here by Kevin Wilson

Lillian, who is living in her mother's attic, is asked by her best friend, Madison, to take care of her step children for the summer. Madison is politically motivated and her Senator husband is an up and comer. Madison neglects to mention that these stepchildren, who have recently lost their mother, are special in that they tend to catch on fire once in awhile. A very humorous novel about finding love and where you belong in unexpected places. A quick, light read.

36 Righteous Men by Steven Pressfield

Are you in need of a new mystery to distract you from these chilly November days? Try Pressfield's "36 Righteous Men" it is not your usual mystery of finding the bad guy. No, this one means hunting down evil itself from New York all the way to the fiery bowels of the Israeli desert. Entertaining and a quick read!

Glass Woman by Caroline Lea

A novel set in Iceland in the 1600's. A young unmarried woman is taken as a bride of a wealthy powerful farmer in a village far away from her family. Rosa discovers he harbors secrets that affect her relationship with him and the village. Why is she banned from speaking with the villagers and what really happened to his first wife?