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Three *Very* Different Books
Posted on November 5, 2014 by Linda W. Yezak
One of my favorite perks in this business is the opportunity to read and review books for friends. So far as I know, most writers get to do this–some more than others, and some enjoy it more than others. Some … Continue reading →
Posted in Authors, Reading, Reviews of exceptional books | Tagged ACFW, Ane Mulligan, Billy Coffey, C Hope Clark, Carolina Slade Mysteries, Chapel Springs Revival, fiction, In the Heart of the Dark Wood, literary fiction, lowcountry mysteries, Murder on Edisto, mystery, novels, When Mockingbirds Sing, women's fiction | 10 Comments