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Song Of The Lion By Anne Hillerman
by Anne Hillerman


Really enjoyed this book, had a hard time putting it down.
 
 


ghost stories of arizona and new mexico
by dan asfar


i have enjoyed this book greatly. i just finished the part about route 666/491. i remember hearing stories about the devil's highway as a child and this brought those memoris back for me. can't wait to finish the book. great reading for anyone
 
 


looking back kingman and mohave county, az
by the kingman daily miner


i have found some interesting information on our area's history. i enjoy learning about the area i live in so i have found this book to be most interesting. i have read it through once and am looking over a couple of sections again
 
 


Stella Bain
by Anita Shreve


Thought I had read all of her books so was delighted to find this piece written during the WWI period and very interesting since it centered around the Shell Shock period and highlighted the new to medicine illness.
 
 


Stella Bain
by Anita Shreve


I always enjoy books by Shreve. The time period was varied from her usual and gave another history flavor which I enjoyed. Explored the shell shock phenomenon frist described in WWI.
 
 


The Princess Diaries Series
by Meg Cabot


This book is a fairy tale about princess that has a prince that lives in Florida and her mom (queen) is expecting a baby on the way
 
 


Tales Of An 8 Bit Kitten 1
by Cube Kid


I love this book so much! We had a book box project in school, and I did it on this book. A wolf chases Eeebs into the nether when he was playing hide and seek with Tufty and Meowz. He meets a ghast named Clyde, who shows Eeebs around the nether, and takes him to a witch named Eldra. It is a good book for Minecraft lovers. Sadly it does not show the war. The last sentence in the book is a thought from Eeebs, "Are we really just NPCs?" It would be a good idea to read the whole series. Also read "Diary of an 8-bit warrior". It goes along with "Tales of an 8-bit Kitten".
 
 


Bug Zone Bug Hunters
by Barbara Taylor


I’m Trying to Love Spiders is a cute book Full of Amazing Arachnid Facts cute pictures they out book as a Nana l enjoyed the book with my grandkids ??
 
 


Bug Zone Bug Hunters
by Barbara Taylor


I’m Trying to Love Spiders is a cute book Full of Amazing Arachnid Facts cute pictures they out book as a Nana l enjoyed the book with my grandkids ??
 
 


Bug Zone Bug Hunters
by Barbara Taylor


I’m Trying to Love Spiders is a cute book Full of Amazing Arachnid Facts cute pictures they out book as a Nana l enjoyed the book with my grandkids ??
 
 


Hippos Go Berserk Board Book
by Sandra Boynton Board Book


Emily read this almost completely by memory
 
 


The World Beneath
by Rebecca Cantrell


Very fun, fast paced, tantalizing thriller! The first in a unique series where the main character is an agoraphobic named Joe Tesla (Yes his great grandfather is none other than Nikola Tesla!) who lives in the subterranean world beneath New York City. A shocking thriller with break-neck pace! I couldn't put it down! Ready to go on to Book 2 in the series, The Tesla Legacy. I recommend this book to anyone who loves fast paced thrillers with a unique plot!
 
 


Mornings On Main
by Jodi Thomas


Easy read. I enjoyed the book.
 
 


The Fifth Petal
by Brunonia Barry


This is what I call a real thriller. It has some historical elements, the location is Salem, Mass. (obviously referring a lot to the witch trials of 1692) and some supernatural touches, so it is quite an engaging read. Sometimes I can guess the final outcome but so far I haven't although I expect a logical explanation to three cold case murders in 1989 and whatever relationship they have with a recent one, which is the murder that ties - or is supposed to tie - with the older one. In this case, is there a real human murderer? So far, everyone in the spooky Salem county believes it was a Banshee. I believe the first, and soon will find WHO that human killer is, so clever as to "pose" as a banshee. :)
 
 


Holy Ghost
by John Sandford


Another fine Virgil Flowers read! Love to pick one of Sandford's books up between other heavier books. Always a bit of humor; some political agendas; and a good mystery to the end. Only 20 more pages to go but finish it in the morning.
 
 
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