Review of “Walk On” by Ben Malcolmson

Review of “Walk On” by Ben Malcolmson

  Book description from Amazon: “In this true, compelling account of perseverance and hope from Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll’s assistant, a young journalist walks on to a top-ranked USC football team and, guided by his faith, shares God’s love, launching him on an unexpected journey with an amazing outcome.” “Had anyone told Ben Malcolmson that he’d someday be a wide receiver on the national champion USC football team–after not playing football since an unfortunate fifth-grade Pop Warner experience–he would have…

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Review of “A Widow’s Hope” by Vannetta Chapman

Review of “A Widow’s Hope” by Vannetta Chapman

  Book description from Amazon.com: “After tragedy claimed her husband’s life and her son’s ability to walk, Hannah King doesn’t want a new man. She has her family, a home and mounting debts. Scarred Amish bachelor Jacob Schrock offers Hannah the job she desperately needs. But while Hannah helps Jacob resolve his accounting issues, can she and her little boy also heal his wounded heart?” My Review: This may be my very favorite story ever from Vannetta Chapman. This is…

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Review of “Minding the Light” by Suzanne Woods Fisher

Review of “Minding the Light” by Suzanne Woods Fisher

Book Description from Amazon.com: “Six long years ago, Captain Reynolds Macy sailed away from his bride, looking forward to the day when he would return to Nantucket Island with a ship’s hold full of whale oil. But when that momentous day finally arrives, Ren soon discovers that everything has changed in his absence. Everything. “Is nothing on this island as it appears to be?” he whispers in despair. Unlike most islanders, bold and spirited Daphne Coffin doesn’t defer to Ren as an…

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Review of “Dead Drift” by Dani Pettrey

Review of “Dead Drift” by Dani Pettrey

Book description from Amazon.com: “Burning debris littering the ground . . . smoke pluming in the acrid air . . . this is just the beginning if he fails. Seven years ago, operative Luke Gallagher vanished to become part of an elite team set on capturing a deadly terrorist. When Luke returns to face those he left behind, their help becomes his only hope of stopping his target’s latest threat of an attack that would shake America to its core….

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Review of “A Study in Treason” by Leonard Goldberg

Review of “A Study in Treason” by Leonard Goldberg

Book description from Amazon.com: “A continuation of USA TODAY bestselling author Leonard Goldberg’s The Daughter of Sherlock Holmes, A Study in Treason is a new intriguing locked room mystery for Joanna and the Watsons to solve. The following case has not previously been disclosed to the public due to the sensitive information on foreign affairs. All those involved were previously bound by the Official Secrets Act. With the passage of time and the onset of the Great War, these impediments…

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A review of ” More than Meets the Eye” by Karen Witemeyer

A review of ” More than Meets the Eye” by Karen Witemeyer

Book description from Amazon.com: Many consider Evangeline Hamilton cursed. Orphaned at a young age and possessing a pair of mismatched eyes–one bright blue, the other dark brown–Eva has fought to find her way in a world that constantly rejects her. Yet the support of even one person can help overcome the world’s judgments, and Eva has two–Seth and Zach, two former orphans she now counts as brothers.  Seeking justice against the man who stole his birthright and destroyed his family,…

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Review of “The Orphan’s Wish” by Melanie Dickerson

Review of “The Orphan’s Wish” by Melanie Dickerson

Book Description from Goodreads: “From the streets to an orphanage in a faraway kingdom, Aladdin has grown up alone. Until he meets Kirstyn. With a father who is the duke of Hagenheim and a mother who is the patroness of the orphanage where Aladdin lives, Kirstyn is a member of the most powerful family in the land . . . and way out of his league. Despite the difference in their stations, Aladdin quickly becomes Kirstyn’s favorite companion for taking…

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Review of the book “The Aging Brain” by Timothy R. Jennings, MD

Review of the book “The Aging Brain” by Timothy R. Jennings, MD

Description from Amazon.com: “While growing older is inevitable, many of the troubles we associate with aging–including dementia, disability, and an increased dependence on others–are not. The choices we make now can help us to maintain our vitality, a sharp mind, and our independence as we age. Filled with simple, everyday actions we can take to avoid disease, promote vitality, and prevent dementia and late onset Alzheimer’s, The Aging Brain is an easy-to-use guide to maintaining brain and body health throughout our lives….

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Review of “A Vast and Gracious Tide” by Lisa Carter

Review of “A Vast and Gracious Tide” by Lisa Carter

Book description from Amazon.com: “A wounded veteran and the police chief’s daughter must work together to bring a killer to justice Caden Wallis lost friends, his girlfriend, and even his leg to the ravages of war. He arrives on the Outer Banks broken and still reeling, struggling to make peace with his new life. McKenna Dockery has been stuck in limbo since her fiancé died three years ago. Now, when the handsome yet heartbroken Caden arrives at her doorstep, she…

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Review of “How to be a Perfect Christian” by The Babylon Bee

Review of “How to be a Perfect Christian” by The Babylon Bee

  Book description from Amazon.com: “With a biting, satirical style reminiscent of The Onion, How to Be a Perfect Christian takes a humorous look at the quirks of cultural Christianity while subtly challenging the reader to search for more than a cultural faith. Written in the trademark style of The Babylon Bee, this book humorously satirizes cultural Christianity while peppering in subtle challenges to the reader. Through humor and sarcasm (and a handy meter to rank your “holiness” as you progress through the book),…

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