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The Journey of My Emotions – The Woman That I Am

Reviewed by Gary Roen “The Journey of My Emotions The Woman That I Am” clearly shows in poetic form one woman’s passage through life.  Through her faith in God and her constant searching of herself she is able to become [...]

June 26, 2015 Uncategorized

Red Flags – How to Spot Frenemies, Underminers, and Toxic People in Your Life

  Reviewed by Gary Roen Red flags are things many of us overlook in different aspects of our lives.  Wendy L. Patrick tackles the issue in her new book “Red Flags How to Spot Frenemies, Underminers and Toxic People in [...]

June 26, 2015 Books

Dr Paul Bearer’s Creature Feature for the weird

  Reviewed by Gary Roen When you think of hosts of bad B horror movies most people think of Elvira.  But there was another person who introduced for so many years on several TV stations in the country that was [...]

June 26, 2015 Books

Case of the Missing Pearl Earring is examined

Reviewed by Gary Roen JD, the dragon character from “JD’s Baseball Game” is back in a novel that is for a bit older audience.  Now he is at home solving mysteries for family members.  He loves to read true detective [...]

June 26, 2015 Books

JD’s Baseball Game is a story of perseverance

  Reviewed by Gary Roen JD a nice little dragon is worried about not doing well in the baseball game he and his teammates are playing.  His coach takes him aside telling him to do the best he can.   JD [...]

June 26, 2015 Books

Cracked into a good book recently?

  Reviewed by Gary Roen Joshua Banks begins in his French class a journey that will change his life forever.  What he thought was dreaming in the course is a revealing excursion into a dimension he had only thought was [...]

June 26, 2015 Books

Kickback respects the Spencer book series

  Reviewed by Gary Roen Atkins took over the series of Parker Spenser books with “Lullaby” showing that he was a very good choice to continue the novels but “Kickback” is the best and closest to Parker that Atkins has [...]

June 26, 2015 Books

The Game Master is a mysterious thriller

  Reviewed by Gary Roen Known, for his legal thrillers, Bernhardt tells an entirely different tale with “The Game Master.”  As the novel begins there is a murder of a scientist and a woman is kidnapped.  BB The Game Master [...]

June 26, 2015 Books

New Women’s Murder Club installment, 14th Deadly Sin

  Reviewed by Gary Roen Detective Lindsay Boxer has one of her toughest cases to solve because the perpetrators are dressed as cops in “14th Deadly Sin,” the newest installment of the Women’s Murder Club.  Lindsay must determine if they [...]

June 26, 2015 Books

Sue’s Seduction, a book review

Reviewed by Gary Roen Sue’s Seduction reminded me of several themes in “Star Trek.” From “Star Trek The Next Generation” episode “Too Short A Season” where Admiral Mark Jameson takes a potion that reverses the aging process and from original [...]

June 26, 2015 Books