‘The Cutting Room’ Keeps Readers Looking Over Their Shoulders [REVIEW]

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Danger lurks in the dark in Ashley Dyer’s The Cutting Room. (Photo by Canva)

A highly-rated reality show. A diabolical criminal. A series of macabre crime scenes that are nefariously artistic. Will two detectives be able to stop the killer before the savage game is taken to the next level? Find out in Ashley Dyer’s breathtaking sophomore thriller, The Cutting Room.  Read more of this post

JoAnn Ross’s ‘Summer on Mirror Lake’ Sparkles with Life [REVIEW]

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Summers in Honeymoon Harbor are perfect for a little R and R. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

When suddenly faced with death and health issues all at once, one man must return to his hometown for a little rest and relaxation. But will the mountain air do the trick, or will it take something more to rehabilitate his life? Find out in JoAnn Ross’s Summer on Mirror Lake. 
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Susan Mallery’s ‘The Summer of Sunshine and Margot’ is a Journey of Self Discovery [REVIEW]

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Two California girls must forge new paths if they are to ever find happiness in Susan Mallery’s latest novel. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

Two sisters. A legacy of heartbreak. Will they ever be able to break the cycle and seize the life they want? Find out in Susan Mallery’s provocative new novel, The Summer of Sunshine and Margot.
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Are You Ready to Rumble with Dorothea Benton Frank’s ‘Queen Bee’? [REVIEW]

Do you know a Queen Bee? (Photo courtesy Pexels)

Do honeybees know the secret to happiness? They just might if their dutiful beekeeper can stop chatting long enough to listen. But when a girl has a Lowcountry family that drives her crazy, she’s got to have someone to talk to! Find out what antics the folks on Sullivans Island are up to now in Dorothea Benton Frank’s delicious new novel, Queen Bee. Read more of this post

Wily Grandma Has A Trick Up Her Sleeve in Denise Hunter’s ‘Summer by the Tides’ [REVIEW]

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In Denise Hunters Summer by the Tides, one woman hopes her family can finally make amends. (Photo by Malcolm Peacey, Flickr)

A family divided. Three sisters who can’t see eye to eye. One sassy old lady determined to let bygones be bygones. Will her granddaughters ever reunite and bury the past? Find out in Denise Hunter’s new novel, Summer by the Tides.   Read more of this post