John Grisham’s ‘The Guardians’ Reminds Us to Appreciate the Freedom We Sometimes Take For Granted [REVIEW]

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An innocent man is in prison in John Grisham’s latest, The Guardian. (Photo by Canva)

A lawyer who becomes a victim. A client who becomes a suspect. A plea for help that can either save an innocent man or raise the body count. Find out which way the tide will turn in John Grisham’s latest number-one bestseller, The Guardians. Read more of this post

Holly LeCraw’s ‘The Half Brother’ Is Flat And Unimaginative

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Holly LeCraw (Photo courtesy Doubleday)

How would you handle a love triangle that involved a half sibling? In Holly LeCraw’s latest novel, The Half Brother, she examines the multilayered emotions and undercurrents that bubble to the surface. Read more of this post

Matt Burgess’s ‘Uncle Janice’ Is A Hardcore Undercover Story

Matt Burgess’s Uncle Janice isn’t the type of undercover story I usually read. Read more of this post