Why Haven’t Sophie Hannah’s ‘Perfect Little Children’ Ever Grown Up? [REVIEW]

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How can two children possibly look exactly the same when 12 years have passed? (Photo courtesy Canva)

She was just fulfilling her typical soccer mom duties the day she came across her former BFF. She didn’t intend to snoop. But what she saw stopped her in her tracks. After all, it had been more than a decade since they’d seen each other. How was it possible that absolutely nothing had changed? Follow Sophie Hannah down the rabbit hole to find out in her newest mystery, Perfect Little Children.

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Amos Decker Hunts Evil in a Small Town in David Baldacci’s ‘The Fallen’ [REVIEW]

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Can Amos Decker stop a killer in the Rust Belt before he strikes again? (Photo courtesy Canva)

A man who never forgets. A town plagued by death. When the two collide, will he be able to vanquish evil and find a killer before he strikes again? Find out in David Baldacci’s thrilling novel, The Fallen. Read more of this post

Alison Hammer’s ‘You and Me and Us’ Plucks at Our Heartstrings and Fuels Us with Hope [REVIEW]

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One family will spend one last summer at their favorite beach as they struggle to reconnect before life changes forever. (Photo by Canva)

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A workaholic mom. A doting dad. A teenage daughter making plans for the future. Life as usual is busy and complicated, filled with school and jobs and the day-to-day challenges of family. When an unexpected piece of news throws a wrench in all their lives, it tests  their mettle and the strength of their familial bond. How will they navigate life once the rug has been pulled out from under their feet? Find out in Alison Hammer’s debut novel, You and Me and Us. Read more of this post

Sara Richardson’s ‘A Cowboy for Christmas’ Celebrates the Best Part of Community [REVIEW]

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An annual festival, a fake engagement and a hunky bull rider combine to make one memorable winter season in Sara Richardson’s latest yarn. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A local disaster. A community in crisis. When a resourceful widow and a hunky rodeo cowboy cook up a bit of subterfuge to help their neighbors, anything can happen in Sara Richardson’s sweet and sassy new Western romance. Read more of this post

‘The Great Unexpected’ Is A Celebration of Life [REVIEW]

You’re never too old to get in step with a new friend. (Photo by Canva)

“Aging stinks. Especially if you have to do it alone. In a nursing home. And now they want to assign a roommate? Can life possibly get any worse? Oh yeah, did I mention the new guy is famous?” When two old men with nothing in common are made to share living quarters, will they become bitter enemies or fast friends? Find out in Dan Mooney’s delightful new novel, The Great Unexpected.  Read more of this post