Two Women Test Their Mettle in ‘The Wicked City’ [REVIEW]

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Two women from different eras are linked by a very special place in Beatriz Williams’ The Wicked City. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

When a modern woman is forced to start life anew, she discovers an unexpected link to the past in her new home. How will she balance her newfound connection to a freespirited woman from the Jazz Age with the woman she has always known herself to be? Find out in Beatriz Williams’ The Wicked City.   Read more of this post

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If Walls Could Talk, Imagine the Stories ‘The Address’ Could Tell [REVIEW]

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In The Address, Fiona Davis captures two very disparate stories of love and madness within one of New York City’s most historic addresses, The Dakota. (Photo by Wally Gobetz, Flickr)

Visitors to New York City’s Upper West Side have undoubtedly seen the Dakota, an apartment building which opened back in 1884, back when the landscape was desolate and unpopulated. With its unusual looming rooftop, wrought iron monsters and tall forbidding windows, this historic structure lacks warmth and prods imaginations to run wild. Now, in The Address, Fiona Davis throws open the doors and invites us inside to tell us a haunting tale of love and murder and of two very different women living one hundred years apart.  Read more of this post

Terror Grips New York City in Catherine Coulter’s ‘Nemesis’ [REVIEW]

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FBI Special Agent Lacey Sherlock returns in Catherine Coulter’s Nemesis. (Photo courtesy FBI)

In Catherine Coulter’s Nemesis, FBI Special Agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock return to deal with simultaneous terrorist attacks that take place on opposite sides of New York City. But how are the events connected? And who is the mastermind behind each crime? Coulter pulls out all the stops in the 19th installment of her FBI Thriller series. Read more of this post

Danielle Steel Redefines Family in ‘The Apartment’ [REVIEW]

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Four very different women become a new kind of family when they share a Hell’s Kitchen loft in Danielle Steel’s THE APARTMENT. (Photo by Delacorte Press)

In Danielle Steel’s latest novel, The Apartment, a loft in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen is home to four vastly different young women who become roommates out of necessity but a family by choice. Read more of this post

Linda Lael Miller’s ‘Christmas In Mustang Creek’ Is More Than Just Holiday Fare [REVIEW]

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Will Charlotte Morgan and hunky veterinarian Jaxon Locke be able to make their romance last?
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With Christmas in Mustang Creek, award-winning novelist Linda Lael Miller has once again written a sweet, believable story about two people looking for love, only to find that bad timing and family responsibilities wreak havoc on their romance.   Read more of this post