Season’s Meetings by Amy Dunne
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Great first read by this author! I loved getting to know the characters and the adventure. The main character had her quirks, but lovable and you rout for her.
I love the scenic descriptions. I have been to the UK and was still learning more about the area. I now want a Cairn Terrier! I look forward to more by this author.
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Thursday, August 20, 2015
I have been a fan of this author for some time. I have also been a little disappointed with recent works due to lecturing by the author in the novel...till now.
Rita Mae Brown came through with a winner. Not only do we get a great mystery, learn more of the characters (Pastor and Susan), but learn of our own nations history. So much did the historical aspects tough me that I immediately, upon finishing the book, went online to search out, Camp Security. I then continued to share this information with my daughter. She endured my enthusiasm.
Thank you to the author to not only providing a good read but well accepted lesson in history.
-Were Corgi's really here in the late 1700's?
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Hello from Margy at Lesbian Connection magazine!
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