PICT: Book Review for “And Every Word Is True”

Through Partners in Crime Book Tours I was given the opportunity to read "And Every Word is True" by Gary McAvoy. The following is my assessment of this author's writing. Book Review of And Every Word is True This is the first time I've read a non-fiction book with the subject of murder. I do …

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Book Review: Forbidden

Recently, I met a vibrant woman at a ProBiz meeting in Spruce Grove. Her story captivated me. So very centered and genuine, Karen Potts revealed her journey to becoming successful and empowered both as a business woman and in her personal life. Karen has two websites: Work with Karen Lynn and she discovered Neora, a …

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Partners in Crime Book Review

Dead in a Week by Andrea Kane Book Review: This was an enjoyable read, even for someone like me who struggles with my plain jane flip phone (blushing). Much of the plot involved use of high tech devices that would be typical of any covert plot. Anyone who enjoys the benefits of an array of …

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The House of Happy Green Things

Have you had trouble with the contamination of your flower beds by kitties who like to pee among the petunias? I hope to find out what to do about that at The Enjoy Centre's free talk by Jim Hole. Yesterday, I spent the afternoon there with a good friend who also is as crazy about …

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Reporting Lies, Denying the Truth

Scapegoat: A Flight Crew's Journey from Heroes to Villains to Redemption I read Scapegoat, a detailed account of a TWA flight that came within seconds of killing 89 people. It interested me as I follow the TV program, Mayday, which meticulously describes the effort required to determine the cause of each airplane crash. I find …

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