#ThrowbackThursday: The Third Twin by Ken Follett

It’s Thursday once again and we’re back with my favorite book meme, #ThrowbackThursday created by Renee of It’s Book Talk (https://itsbooktalk.com/) as her way of sharing some of her favorite oldies but goodies books that were published more than a year ago. Check out her blog to see her TBT recommendations this week 🙂 Lately I’ve been reading…

Review: Black Hills by Nora Roberts

Title: Black Hills Author: Nora Roberts Paperback; 544 pages Lil Chance fell in love with Cooper Sullivan pretty much the first time she saw him, an awkward teenager staying with his grandparents on their cattle ranch in South Dakota while his parents went through a messy divorce. Each year, with Coop’s annual summer visit, their…

Review: Gone (Deadly Secrets) by Elisabeth Naughton

Gone (Deadly Secrets #2) by Elisabeth Naughton Three years ago, Alec McClane and Raegan Devereaux lived every parent’s worst nightmare: their one-year-old daughter, Emma, was abducted from a park when Alec turned his back for just a moment. Emma was never found, and presumed dead. The crushing trauma, plus Alec’s unbearable guilt, ended the couple’s…

Review: In a Dark, Dark, Wood by Ruth Ware

In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware   Nora hasn’t seen Clare for ten years. Not since Nora walked out of school one day and never went back. In a dark, dark wood there was a dark, dark house Until, out of the blue, an invitation to Clare’s hen do arrives. Is this a…

Review: Cruel and Unusual by Patricia Cornwell

Cruel & Unusual (Kay Scarpetta #4) by Patricia Cornwell Virginia Chief Medical Examiner Kay Scarpetta is called in to autopsy the body of convicted murderer Ronnie Waddell after his execution. Several days after the execution, a young boy is discovered murdered in the fashion of Waddell’s earlier killings, with Waddell’s prints near the body. Scarpetta,…

Review: Clear and Convincing Proof by Kate Wilhelm

Clear and Convincing Proof (Barbara Holloway #7) by Kate Wilhelm The Kelso/McIvey rehab center is a place of hope and healing for its patients–and for the dedicated staff who volunteer there. But David McIvey, a brilliant surgeon whose ego rivals his skill with a scalpel, wants to change all that. His plan to close the…

Review: GRIT (Kings Harlots #1) by JM Walker

Grit (King’s Harlots #1) by J.M. Walker He refuses to fall in love. He was born alone and he will die alone. Or, at least he thought so until now. Vice-One is all he knows. His squad. His brothers. The men he spends every day protecting. He is empty and only one person can fill…