Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “Do No Harm” by Christina McDonald, Gallery Books, February 16, 2021

Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “Do No Harm” by Christina McDonald, Gallery Books, February 2021 WOW! Christina McDonald, the author of “Do No Harm” has written an edgy, intense, suspenseful and captivating thriller. The genres for this book are Psychological thriller, fiction, mystery and fiction. The timeline for this story is set in the author’s present,

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Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “The Four Winds” by Kristin Hannah, February 2021

Lindas Book Obsession Reviews “The Four Winds” by Kristin Hannah, February, 2021, St. Martin’s Press Kudos to Kristin Hannah, the author of “The Four Winds” for writing such a powerful, poignant, captivating, dramatic, thought-provoking and memorable novel. The genres for this novel are historical fiction, family drama and women’s fiction. The timeline for this story

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Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “The Last Tiara” by M.J.Rose, February 2021

Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “The Last Tiara” by M.J. Rose, February 2021 Wow! M. J. Rose, the author of “The Last Tiara” has written a memorable and thought-provoking novel. The genres for this novel are historical fiction, with suspense, mystery and romance. There are two timelines set in this story that eventually merge together. One

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Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “The Secret Stealers” by Jane Healey, April, 2021 on Tour with Suzy Approved Book Tours

Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “The Secret Stealers” by Jane Healey, April 2021 on Tour with Suzy Approved Book Tours WOW! Jane Healey, the author of “The Secret Stealers” has written a captivating, intriguing, intense, suspenseful and memorable novel. The genre for this novel is Historical Fiction. I love the way Jane Healey vividly describes the

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Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “Rain City Lights” by Marissa Harrison, 2020 for Suzy Approved Book Tours

Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “Rain City Lights” by Marissa Harrison, 2020 for Suzy Approved Book Tours WOW! Marissa Harrison, the author of “Rain City Lights” has written an intense, captivating, thought-provoking and memorable novel. The genres for this novel are coming of age, family and domestic drama, Urban life fiction, with some mystery and suspense.

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Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “Beyond the Carousel” by Bette Lee Crosby, Bent Pine Publishing, 2017

Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “Beyond the Carousel” by Bette Lee Crosby, Bent Pine Publishing, 2017 Bette Lee Crosby, the author of “Beyond the Carousel” has written a memorable, and thought-provoking novel. The genres for this novel are: Historical Fiction Mysteries, Women’s Sagas, Women’s Historical Fiction, and Fiction. Bette Lee Crosby is an amazing storyteller and

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Lindas Book Obsession Reviews “The Nature of Fragile Things” by Susan Meissner, Berkley Publishing, February 2, 2021

Wow! Susan Meissner, the author of “The Nature of Fragile Things” has written an exhilarating, intriguing, captivating and memorable novel. The genre for this novel is Historical Fiction. The timeline for this story is set during the destructive Earthquake in San Francisco in 1906. The story goes both to the past and future when it

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Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “First Quiver” by Beth C. Greenberg, 2021 for Suzy Approved Book Tours

Beth C. Greenberg, the author of “First Quiver” writes a unique, witty and quirky book. The genres for this book are Coming of Age Fantasy, Mythology and Folk Tales, and Romantic Fantasy, with a sliver of satire.The timeline for this story is set in the author’s present and goes to the past when it pertains

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Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “The Forever Girl” by Jill Shalvis, January 2021

Jill Shalvis, the author of “The Forever Girl” has written a memorable, thought-provoking and captivating novel. The genres are domestic-fiction, women’s fiction and fiction. The timeline for the story is set in the present and goes to the past when it pertains to the characters and events. The author describes her colorful characters as flawed,

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