Explore America’s Most Scenic Places in DK Eyewitness’s ‘USA National Parks: Lands of Wonder’ [REVIEW]

Grand Canyon
Break out your backpack. We’re going on a trip. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Publishers seem to be on an “America” theme lately, as you may have noticed from our recent reviews. With it being an election year—added to the fact that we’re all being encouraged to stay in place as much as possible due to the pandemic—we suppose it’s only natural for the literary world to start examining what’s close to home. Since most of us seem to be battling an intense case of wanderlust, the latest book by DK Eyewitness couldn’t have arrived at a better time. Get ready to explore USA National Parks: Lands of Wonder.

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From Coast to Coast, National Geographic’s ‘America the Beautiful’ Celebrates Everything That Makes the US Home [REVIEW]

Sunset over California beach
The afternoon sun sets across the golden shores of California’s Pacific Coast. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Over the years, I have lived on both the Pacific and Atlantic coasts of the US, as well as in numerous states somewhere in the middle. And when I wasn’t exploring the communities I lived in, I could typically be found traveling, learning about other parts of this gorgeous country, marveling at its beauty, and absorbing its history and culture. But I have also loved meeting its people and hearing their stories.

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Marie Force’s ‘Fatal Threat’ Is Scandalous and Deadly [REVIEW]

Marie Force's FATAL THREAT

Don’t miss the next chapter in the New York Times bestselling series from Marie Force!
(Photo courtesy HQN Books)

In Washington D.C., scandal and murder are always a possibility, especially when you’re the vice president’s wife. And with a killer lurking in the shadows, lockdown is the absolute worst scenario for one of America’s most prominent families in Marie Force’s Fatal Threat.  Read more of this post

David Baldacci Delivers Another Tension-Filled Ride With ‘No Man’s Land’ [REVIEW]

No man's land

Special Agent John Puller is back in David Baldacci’s No Man’s Land. (Photo by Jody Sticca, Flickr)

A thirty-year-old cold case. A parolee seeking revenge. The accusation that threatens to tear a family apart. An unexpected journey into the past. In David Baldacci’s No Man’s Land, all the key components are in place for one troubling, relentless thriller.  Read more of this post

Alex Kava’s ‘Silent Creed’ Keeps You In Suspense [REVIEW]

Captain Mark Townsend and K9

Captain Mark Townsend with K9 that sniffed out bombs, was captured by the Taliban and survived a bomb blast.
(Photo courtesy Sally, Flickr)

Former Marine Ryder Creed and his canine companion Bolo share a unique bond that is stronger than many human relationships. In fact, with Silent Creed, author Alex Kava proves once again that dog may not only be man’s best friend, but also his savior.  Read more of this post