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These are books that I have read, and enjoyed. They are not books I have edited or proofread, these are strictly for fun.
I thought this was a fabulous book! It combined actual history with time travel, supernatural abilities, romantic drama, and the thing is...it was all believable! I was drawn into the story, worried when people disappeared, having been kidnapped, and really got involved with the characters. I loved it. As a voracious reader, I read at least 10 books a month, if not more, and this was definitely the top one for this month. (This book, I did end up editing, as the original editor's work was unsatisfactory.)
Sometimes, I'm in the mood for thrillers, and this one hit all the right buttons! International intrigue, cross and double-cross on the home front, personality clashes, danger... I couldn't put it down. Luke Stone is the kind of guy you definitely want in your corner when the chips are down. Even with his own marriage crumbling, and personal worries, he goes way above the call of duty. I will definitely be reading the other books in this series.
This is another books in the Wardington Park series of stories about the English aristocracy in the 1800s. Eleanor Meyers gives you a real feel for the time period, and how the "upper crust" lived. When you read her books, you are transported to that time period and when the story is done, sometimes you look around at the modern conveniences and wonder how you got back to real life, as her books draw you in so well. This one is about a lady, and a man she has known her entire life, but is not of the aristocracy, and therefore "not suitable" for her to marry. In the end, they have a happy ever after, but getting there is a very interesting trip. I've read most of the books in her series.
If there has ever been a nasty lawyer who you cannot stand, he is probably nicer than Bobby Custer, the disbarred "hero" of this series. Due to his incompetence and falling for a bad deal, he spends time in jail and is only released early to be a pawn of a criminal "businessman". There are several books in this series, and each one will have you on the edge of your seat, turning pages like mad. The weird thing is, Bobby Custer is a likable bad guy!! Even though he gets people murdered, or does it himself, you can't help liking the guy! I can't wait for Mick James to release another one in this series. Mr. James is one of my favorite authors.
This is my second Owen Parr novel, and, as I said above, Operation Black Swan would get you reading his others, well, it sure did me! This is a scary, funny, thrilling trip almost around the globe, with reincarnation and past lives being intricate parts of the story. It also includes Senators and higher, hit-men, G-men, and a scared five year old boy who's lost his dad in the war. All the elements are there to keep you awake all night till you have finished this book!
Michael Allan Scott writes about Lance Underphal, a 50-something newspaper photographer who has psychic visions, and helps the police in AZ to solve murders. Fascinating reading, this book kept me up till 5am till I was done with it. I've since gone on to read the second book, Flight of the Tarantula Hawk, and that one is excellent, as well! One of my favorite authors, for sure!
Mark Rippon writes very thoughtful poetry. I admit the last poetry I read was for school, many years ago, but I came across this on Facebook and felt I needed to read it. This book is full of wonderful observations about life, brought to you in poetry form. Now that I've read this one, I want to read more of Mr. Rippon's work.