Monthly Archives: December 2011

Explosive Eighteen By Janet Evanovich

Grandma Mazur is used to crashing funerals so this is no big deal, in fact she relishes it. Continue reading

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The Me I Want to Be By John Ortberg

Tweet I work in real estate and I also work for a golf ministry. I love working with people and get frustrated when there is too much bureaucracy especially when it comes to paperwork and real estate. I know me, … Continue reading

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A Trick of the Light By Louise Penny

Tweet Apparently this was an interesting if not particularly difficult book for Ms. Penny to write. I am not sure if it was because of personal experience or just the subject matter but it is absolutely brilliant. If she is … Continue reading

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The Falls By Ian Rankin

Tweet I am not quite sure when this book was written but it was a while ago – I just hadn’t read it yet. This mystery has a certain eerie quality to it which I am not usually fond of … Continue reading

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Day of War: Lion of War series by Cliff Graham

Tweet The year is 998 BC and we are travelling to the ancient Middle East. This is a fictional account of a few verses from the Old Testament in the Bible. The whole Lion of War series focuses on King … Continue reading

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