Saturday, September 27, 2008

My To Be Read List

Thought I'd let everyone know what reviews I will be putting up within the next month or so. I'm getting paid October 1st so I will be getting more books. I know-why are you getting more books when you haven't even read the ones you have LOL..I don't know, I just love owning books. Anyway here's the list:

Outriders by Kathryn Mackel (I'm reading now)

The Crown of Eden by Thomas Williams

Critical by Robin Cook

The Phoenix Unchained by Mercedes Lackey and James Mallory

Eulalia by Brian Jacques

(These are in no particular order.)

Friday, September 26, 2008

In a Dark Season

In a Dark Season by Vicki Lane
When An aquaintance of Elizabeth Goodweather appears to go mad and tries to kill herself by throwing herself off a balcony Elizabeth is horrified and sets out to solve the mystery of just how her friend went mad-if indeed she is mad. A mystery unfolds that goes back years and years ago and there are many twists and turns in this novel which is set in the Applachian Mountains in North Carolina but all are intertwined.
**It's hard for me to explain this book. I enjoyed it very much and give it 4 stars.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Chat Room

by Linda Hall

Five years ago Kim's brother-according to authorities-murdered four young women and then turned the gun on himself at what everyone assumed was a religious commune. Kim never believed her brother did this and set out to prove he didn't. When Kim disappears, her friend Glynis hires P.I. Teri Blake-Addison to find her. Glynis is very shy and withdrawn and does not believe anyone could like her. She begins corresponding with a man in the online Bible study she is a part of who calls himself Chasco who says that he has started an online ministry and helps troubled youth. She falls for his sweet-talk, even sending him thousands of dollars, ignoring the small feelings of unease.

**This is book number 2 in the Teri Blake-Addison mystery series by Christian author Linda Hall. I haven't read the first one but do intend to. This book earns 4 stars from me!