Phantom Instinct by Meg Gardiner

This has been one of my favorite books by Meg Gardiner. This just kept me on my toes. I wasn’t sure what was going to happen next. I recieved the ebook from first reads for a fair and honest opinion. Could not put this book down. I kept staying up late to read.

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A Place in His Heart by Rebecca DeMarino

This was a wonderful debut novel. I reall liked reading about this time period around Salem, Massechusetts. It was nice not to have everything in this book about witches. As this book showed, there I was a lot more happening during this time period. I loved the characters and look forward to many more books by this author. I received this book from the author for a fair and honest opinion.

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Death by the Book by Julianna Deering

This is a fun mystery with a little romance. Drew Farthering, Nick and Madeline make a fun team of amateur sleuths. Read these stories if you like a little mystery with very little blood and guts. I had a good time reading this and had a hard time putting it down. Quite a few twists and turns. I received this from book fun.com for a fair and honest opinion.

The Midwife by Jolina Petersheim

This was a good read. This was a nice bit of fiction. Nice mixing of the Englishers and the Mennonites. It did get a little confusing for me at first when they kept going back and forth in time during the story. Then it seemed to click for me and I enjoyed the going back and forth and learning more about all the characters. I did love how she brought the past and the present together in the end. I received this from Tyndale publishing for a fair and honest opinion.

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Natchez Burning by Greg Iles

This was a book that makes you really think. I am so glad that times are a bit better now. We all know that the world is not perfect yet but it is much better than it was during the time of this book. The middle if the book dragged a little bit but the rest was fantastic. I look forward to whatever Greg Iles writes next. It may be hard to beat this book.