Books & Music
Food & Wine
Health & Fitness
Hobbies & Crafts
Home & Garden
News & Politics
Religion & Spirituality
Travel & Culture
TV & Movies
Archive by Date | Archive by Article Title
Natchez Burning Book Review
Taking place in the 1960s, this Penn Cage thriller is one of the best novels of the year. The story is based on the civil rights movement, and although fictional, rings true. An eye-opening and education story that is not to be missed.
King and Maxwell Book Review
Sean King and Michele Maxwell meet Tyler Wingo and help him unravel the mystery surrounding the supposed death of Tyler's father while on a military assignment. As they begin to find inconsistencies, their lives are endangered.
The Escalante Enigma Book Review
Ronnie McCall and Mitch Blaine are old friends; Ronnie needs help in finding her missing husband and brother; they travel on a restored PB-5A World War II aircraft several thousand miles to unravel a strange and fascinating mystery.
Ordinance 93 Book Review
What if the government decided who was suitable to have children, and enforced their decisions? Here is a well-written dystopian novel that gives you something to think about.
Play Dead Book Review
Beautiful supermodel Laura Ayers and basketball star, David Baskin are madly in love and against her family's wishes elope to Australia to be married. David drowns, however, while there, and Laura is left to find out why things don't add up. This novel is not to be missed.
Sleeping Beauty Book Review
17 year-old Ashley Spencer survives a horrendous ordeal where her best friend and father are murdered during the night. She becomes a target herself, and is in danger throughout the entire novel. Phillip Margolin tells an excellent, albeit scary, story that will keep readers on the edge.
Power Play Book Review
Power Play is a novel about the events behind the scene of a political campaign and the pettiness and viciousness of politicians. This novel takes place in the 70s and the characters are interesting.
Murder in the Park Book Review
Michael Correa, Special Forces, has been called in by the new President to investigate several murders and a death in the park that has been erroneously ruled a suicide. This political thriller is well-written and fun to read.
Auditory Viewpoint Book Review
Gloria Rank is blind, but is helping her sister, Anna, find the person who stole her identity & emptied out her bank account. Then a murder occurs outside Anna's door, and Anna becomes a suspect. They choose to solve the crimes without police intervention, and find they are in grave danger.
The Bone Garden Book Review
Julia Hamill digs up some old human bones while working in her garden and becomes involved in solving the mystery of who the murder victim was. The story of Rose Connelly comes to life and makes for fascinating reading.
Website copyright © 2015 Minerva WebWorks LLC. All rights reserved.