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Book Review “Murder is No Accident” by A. H. Gabhart

Big Mystery in a Small Town Three kids, a creepy Victorian mansion, along with a body—and it is the second body to be found in that house in less than a week!  How could this be happening in the normally … Continue reading

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“What Matters Most” by Kellie Coates Gilbert

              Love or Money? Imagine working two jobs, and still drowning in debt.  That is where twenty-six year old Leta finds herself.  For years, Leta’s family only consisted of her mother, Sylvia, and herself.  … Continue reading

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“Stuck Together” by Mary Connealy

He Who Finds A Wife Finds A Good Thing… This tale takes place in 1869, shortly after the Civil War has ended, in the small town of Broken Wheel, Texas.  Stuck Together is the story of Vince Yates and Tina … Continue reading

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“When Your Parent Becomes Your Child” by Ken Abraham

This is the true story of Ken Abraham’s mom, Minnie, and her last years of life.  The story begins with Ken talking about how shocked he was when he understood his mom had dementia. The journey began slowly. After the … Continue reading

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