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Book review now up!

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Good morning, Write Edge readers! It’s so cold here in Central Illinois this morning that if you’re outside and you take in a deep breath, it’s like you’re inviting winter to settle into your lungs. Brrr!

Fortunately, there are plenty of fun things to read to keep us all warm. Speaking of which, I’ve posted this week’s book review for you. Today I’m sharing my thoughts on the debut, The Appeal, by author Janice Hallett. Check out the opening to my post about this murder mystery:

The members of a community theater group come together to support one of their own through a family tragedy, but tensions mount as people accuse one another of lies and deceptions. When someone in the group dies, everyone becomes a suspect. Author Janice Hallett uses the epistolary approach that starts with intrigue but loses steam halfway through her debut novel The Appeal.

Read the whole review now on The Write Edge Bookshelf!

Weather like this makes me think of the holidays; if you’re in the mood for a holiday book, check out my novella The Truth About Elves that the Midwest Book Review called “literary hot chocolate.” Get more info now!

And, of course, take care of each other and then yourselves, readers. Have a great Wednesday!

E.R.G.

Book review posted!

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Good morning, Write Edge readers! I’ve posted my latest book review for you. Today I share my thoughts on the brand new book The Last House on the Street by Diane Chamberlain. Here’s the opening to my post:

Two women are connected to a tragedy by a house in a well-to-do neighborhood. As one tries to make sense of what happened, the other wants to forget the entire incident. Author Diane Chamberlain returns with her attention to detail in the compelling yet incomplete novel The Last House on the Street.

Read the whole review now on The Write Edge Bookshelf!

Take care of one another and then yourselves, readers!

E.R.G.