REVIEW - No Smoke Without Fire by Paul Gitsham There are plenty of ‘ahh’ and ‘ooh’ moments especially when it looks like all the evidence points to one person, and there are many other instances I enjoyed such as the ironic honesty jar. While a writer should do more research than a story requires (and never be tempted to put it all in), there’s just enough here for this reader’s queries to be explained. I’m a tough critic and I enjoyed this novel very much, especially the last few chapters.
Morgen Bailey reviews "2nd Chance" by James Patterson In any story, the most important aspects are the plot and to have a main character we like. This novel succeeded in both so gets a four out of five rather than a three (despite all the picks).
Book Club Views May Very, by author Dave Vizard. Women and men often look at life through completely different lenses. So, it really should come as no surprise that the way men and women view the same novel after reading it is sometimes as different as what can be seen through a set of eyeglasses and a microscope.