Partners in Crime Book Review: A Monster of All Time

Book Review A Monster of All Time is well-deserving of five stars. J.T. Hunter's non-fiction book, A Monster of All Time, shook me so deeply that there were times I had to put it down for a day or two. It is a powerful read, not simply because the subject matter is intense, but also …

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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: Grilled Cheese

Who doesn't like a hot grilled cheese sandwich? It's one of my favorite. But I've often wondered how creative could a cook get with this tasty staple? Turns out, there's almost no limit. I've read Grilled Cheese cookbook (by an award winning cook, Heidi Gibson) from Amazon. My mouth waters just scanning the several dozens …

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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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Islam is Complex

I was provided with a free copy of "What a Muslim Would Say Book 2", and "Interfaith Dialogue and Debates" in exchange for an honest review. Let me begin by verifying that I am not a Muslim. However, since writing a novel (Forbidden, by F. Stone) wherein the setting is the Middle East and most …

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