Monthly Archives: June 2016

Palace of Treason by Jason Matthews

Jason Matthews first book, Red Sparrow was an incredibly gifted entrance into the spy thriller genre! Palace of Treason, his second in this series about Captain Dominika Egorova of the SVR and her CIA handler Nate Nash, builds on this … Continue reading

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Orphan X by Gregg Hurwitz

I love a good suspense novel, but unfortunately my favorite authors, John Sanford and Lee Child do not release their books often enough to satisfy my need for a good kick ass, track down and decimate the bad guys while … Continue reading

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Felicity by Mary Oliver

Somewhere along the way I have fallen in love with Mary Oliver and her poetry. It wasn’t something that I was looking for, and it didn’t happen overnight, but slowly but surely her words crept into my heart and have … Continue reading

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Early Warning by Jane Smiley

Early Warning is the second volume in the century trilogy by Jane Smiley. Picking up where Some Luck, the first volume ended, it is now 1953 and Walter Langdon, the patriarch of the family, has passed away leaving his wife … Continue reading

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