This novel had to be a great deal of work with a huge amount of research. There is so much within the pages that reflect upon the time period. It holds fascinating facts and a solid story overall.
Readers who like action-packed, page-turning political thrillers will love "The First Hostage" as much as I do.
"Drawing Fire" is a decent introduction to a new series by a seasoned fiction author.
I think anyone who likes Amish Romance novels will enjoy "The Photograph."
What can be said about a Steven James thriller that hasn’t already been said?
I think any reader who enjoys a sweet romance with a bit of tension, action, suspense and the ambiance of a Maine winter tale will like "Falling Like Snowflakes."
I was happy with the outcome of all three novellas, which were all very different. I think that fans of Amish Romance will enjoy these heart warming stories.
"Dangerous Tidings" is a great addition to my holiday season reading collection.
Apart from dense information which slows down the narrative and a flat ending, "On This Foundation" is an engaging and entertaining read.
The book is geared toward Christian women who like historical fiction and contemporary romance with a little mystery thrown in.
"Bathsheba" is a fascinating retelling of a biblical story which shows that God’s mercy is greater than the gravest of sins.
Overall, I was disappointed in the read.
"The Bones Will Speak" is a decent suspense novel. There are several places where Parks could tighten things in order to compare to her general market counterparts, but the book is still a page-turner.
"Trial Run" asks a lot of speculative questions and does an excellent job of following those questions down the proverbial rabbit hole.
Rochelle Keim has lived in Pinecraft for almost twenty years among her Mennonite brethren and the Amish of Sarasota. Unlike the snowbirds who visit Pinecraft from the north, Rochelle is a year-round resident of the unique Plain...
"Direct Hit" is a solid debut effort with an intriguing setting and a surprise ending which mystery readers will enjoy.
With its rich historical setting and incredible conflict, "Day of Atonement" has potential. However, because of its uneven plot and gratuitous violence, it is average.
I like out-of-the-ordinary settings, and that’s one thing SPLASH! delivered especially on.
The world of Rachelle Dekker’s "The Choosing" is rich, robust, and the reader will want to visit it again and again.
All in all, this was a pleasant book to read. It was not as gripping from a mystery or suspense standpoint as I had hoped. Regardless, the characters and the writing style made it enjoyable.