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The Hidden By Melanie Golding

Monsters are everywhere. And some of them are really good at hiding. A wonderful mash-up of Nordic folklore and modern-day suspense, The Hidden is a masterpiece of time and mood. The story begins with a mother abandoning her daughter on a cold, city street and then disappears into the ocean.

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Always in December by Emily Stone

Usually, the winter holiday season is full of warm apple cider, holiday parties, and snow. But for some of us, this season of celebration is a reminder of loss.   In this book, the main character, Josie, loses her parents just before Christmas when she was six years old. And

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Catch Us When We Fall by Juliette Fay

In her book, A Ring of Endless Light, Madeleine L’Engle wrote the following line: “Maybe you have to know the darkness before you can appreciate the light.” It’s a sentiment that has helped me shift my perspective when I am faced with dark days. And it certainly describes Cass Macklin,

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The Last House on the STreet by Diane Chamberlain

I am going to break from my usual review format for this book as I have mixed emotions about this particular story. As a writer and editor, I have no issue with the style or delivery of this story. The author is an excellent writer and the narrative is skillfully

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The Hidden By Melanie Golding

Monsters are everywhere. And some of them are really good at hiding. A wonderful mash-up of Nordic folklore and modern-day suspense, The Hidden is a masterpiece of time and mood. The story begins with a mother abandoning her daughter on a cold, city street and then disappears into the ocean.

Read More »

Always in December by Emily Stone

Usually, the winter holiday season is full of warm apple cider, holiday parties, and snow. But for some of us, this season of celebration is a reminder of loss.   In this book, the main character, Josie, loses her parents just before Christmas when she was six years old. And

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The Hidden By Melanie Golding

Monsters are everywhere. And some of them are really good at hiding. A wonderful mash-up of Nordic folklore and modern-day suspense, The Hidden is a

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