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Book Review: Southern Song

By TJ Johnson Southern Song is book three in the Davaar Island series. The story opens with Abby Buchanan back home in Australia, coping with a broken heart after leaving Scotland and Murdo. This story picks up about four months after her return to Australia. She’s returned to her job in civil service and is […]

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Book Review: The Red Thread of Secrets

By Grazia Buscaglia Bonesso Giulia is an author and journalist who has experienced great success in her career but her personal life has it’s share of secrets. The story takes place at a book signing, where Giulia is meeting fans of her new novel but the event causes her mind to wander back to her […]

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Book Review: Northern Skies

By TJ Johnson Northern Skies is book 2 in the Davaar Island series. Book 2 picks up essentially where the first left off. We rejoin Abby and Murdo and their friends in Campbeltown. Abby finds herself settling into a comfortable life in her new Scottish home but issues back in Australia still loom with her […]

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Book Review: What the Wind Knows

This week I’m reviewing What the Wind Knows by Amy Harmon Anne Gallagher grew up listening to her grandfather’s stories of Ireland. After his passing, she travels back to his childhood home to spread his ashes. Her visit results in her being transported through time, to Ireland, 1921, where she is mistakenly identified as her […]

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Book Review: The First Girl Child

This week I’m reviewing The First Girl Child by Amy Harmon Orphaned by his mother, Bayr of Saylok is raised among the Keepers at Temple Hill. With her dying breath, his mother placed a curse on the land which prevents the people of Saylok from having daughters. Bayr is blessed with superhuman strength. But he […]

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Book Review: When We Believed in Mermaids: A Novel

This week, I’m reviewing When We Believed in Mermaids: A Novel, by Barbara O’Neal. Kit Bianci is a California-based doctor who suffered the loss of her sister, Josie, in a terrorist attack while Josie was traveling in France. But, fifteen years later, Kit swears she spots her sister in a news report about a night […]

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Book Review: Katie Watson and the Painter's Plot

This week, I’m reviewing Katie Watson and The Painter’s Plot by Mez Blume. The story opens with Katie Watson, a young girl who is feeling a little left out when her parents and older brother leave her to spend her summer holiday with her grandparents while they go hiking in the Scottish highlands. Katie is […]

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