The Angels of Mineral Wells by Jeff Moberly

The Angels of Mineral Wells Jeff Moberly Xlibris Corporation (2010) ISBN 9781453531167 Reviewed by Olivera Baumgartner-Jackson for Reader Views (7/11)    Frank Tucker, a middle-aged widower, expected Thursday, the twenty-third, to be a day like any other. He would go to work, fight the traffic on the way there, talk to Shirley Shunk, his secretary,... Continue Reading →

Don’t Wound What You Can’t Kill by Jason Ross

Don’t Wound What You Can’t Kill Jason Ross Xlibris Corporation (2010) ISBN 9781450036184 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer, PhD, for Reader Views (1/11)   This is a book that has it all – crime, action, love and hate. It is a fast read as you can’t put it down once the action starts. Vincent is a... Continue Reading →

The Seduction of Gloria: A Woman’s Temptation to Defect from Cuba by Salvador Pancorbo

The Seduction of Gloria: A Woman’s Temptation to Defect from Cuba Salvador Pancorbo Xlibris Corporation (2010) ISBN 9781450076302 Reviewed by Olivera Baumgartner-Jackson for Reader Views (12/10)   Salvador Pancorbo’s “The Seduction of Gloria” carries an interesting subtitle - “A Woman’s Temptation to Defect from Cuba. With Cuba being one of the few remaining bastions of... Continue Reading →

The Empty Lot Next Door by Arthur M. Mills, Jr.

The Empty Lot Next Door Arthur M. Mills, Jr. Xlibris Corporation (2010) ISBN 9781450072229 Reviewed by Lisa McCurley for Reader Views (07/10)   “The Empty Lot Next Door” is a tale of a haunting based on the actual experiences of the author, Arthur M. Mills, Jr., at about age eleven.  After a move out of... Continue Reading →

Crossing Borders: An Eddie DeSilva Mystery by Richard Hicks

Crossing Borders: An Eddie DeSilva Mystery Richard Hicks Xlibris Corporation (2010) ISBN 9781453513521 Reviewed by Olivera Baumgartner-Jackson for Reader Views (09/10)   There are books that grab you from the first sentence and there are others that never seem to quite connect. Usually I make up my mind pretty quickly. If the first couple of... Continue Reading →

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