Author Susan Berry

The saga continues with Chapter Six added, here.

Annunciation

    Similar to the other books in The Life Inspired series, Saint Francis of Assisi is a short readable introductory biographical sketch of the saint from birth to death. The book also merges into each chapter applicability of St. Francis’ values of penance, service,…

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Judith “Jack” Chen is a pirate biologist-engineer that reverse engineers patented drugs for delivery into the hands of those who need the drugs but cannot afford them. Eliasz and Paladin, a bot are investigators sent out by a governmental agency, the International Property Coalition (IPC)…

Review of Annalee Newitz’s Autonomous

Creepy and forbidding, that is what Hud and Bek faces during a run for their lives. It you want a short story, try Andrew C. Jaxon’s The Dark Unseen. At 78 pages, it is a short gripping young adult read that is a blend of horror…

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WWII, the Nazi’s, the Resistance, and Vichy France come alive in Aaron Rockett’s Fake Papers: Survival Lessons from Grandma’s Escape. When I first started reading Fake Papers, I thought that it was a series of short accounts. It is not. Rockett alternates between eras, the…

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If you like WWII fiction set in the German-occupied areas or Holocaust concentration camp-Resistance fiction, Solahütte is one to read. It came out before Heather Morris’ debut release The Tattooist of Auschwitz. Both books are similiar though Morris’ book is a cross between true crime…

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What would you do if a loved one came down with Ebola? Do you remember when if you went to a doctor’s office they asked if you had traveled outside the U.S. within a certain time period and where? That is what Richard Preston’s forthcoming…

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Forthcoming release – September 3, 2019 Reading Ann Cleeves’ latest novel, The Long Call, the first in the series Two Rivers, brought me back to Shetland Islands. I watched the series on Netflix and absolutely loved it though it did take me a bit to…

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