Newsletter for September 2011


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Book Giveaways for September

lethal.jpgOne random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of Lethal by Sandra Brown.  Click on book cover for more information and to enter. 

shot.jpgOne random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of  A Single Shot by Matthew F. Jones.  Click on book cover for more information and to enter. 

jane.jpgOne random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of Jane Fonda:  The Private Life of a Public Woman by Patricia Bosworth.  Click on book cover for more information and to enter.


Book Giveaway Winners for August
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Winner of Tony and Susan

Cheryl Winefka - Gilberts, IL

Winner of Triple Crossing

Donnie Dryden - Morrow, OH

Winners of Strong at the Break - Jon Land Giveaway

Melissa Keith - Chesapeake, VA (Grand Prize Winner)
Elaine Shoji - San Jose, CA
Cheri Clay - Obetz, OH
Susan Alles - Rio Rancho, NM
Jane Hixon - Minneapolis, MN
Jennifer Short- Terra Alta, WV

Winners of Spycatcher

Joyce Kernan - Farmington, MO
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Featured Book - Beyond the Myth by Maria T. Holmes

myth4.jpgWith Beautiful Imagery, Inspiring Quotes, from authors as diverse as the Buddha, Ralf Waldo Emerson, Helen Keller, the Bible and Holmes' own words of wisdom, author Maria Holmes takes you beyond the myth and shows you how to live the life you desire using the power of the Law of Attraction. Readers are awaken to the possibilities all around them and learn how to use the principles of desire, Visualization, Gratitude, Belief, and Faith to manifest positive change in their lives ."The answers are within each and every one of us."

Featured Book - Lebensborn by Jo Ann Bender

lebensborn.jpgThe story is in two parts: the first in France, the second in Germany at a Lebensborn, a home for high-class women bearing children for the Fuhrer. It
is a secret program and all records have been destroyed except those which were in homes in Norway.

It begins in France. An elite SS group, commanded by the charming but cruel Major Hurst, take over a small village. Antoinette Gauthier, her family, friends and members of the Resistance, even their pets, now find life difficult.

For Antoinette, this means becoming a servant for Major Hurst and his men in her home and living in the attic. She allows him to seduce her to learn secrets for the Resistance.

Discarded; then finding herself pregnant, Major Hurst sends her to Bavaria to a Lebensborn home. The women and staff believe she is a spy and treat her poorly. Antoinette’s pastry made for a baby-naming ceremony is enjoyed by Heinrich Himmler who sends her next door to his SS party house to be their new cook.

The Major’s finance from Berlin arrives at the party house. Tension builds when Antoinette is invited to join one of their wild weekend parties.

It all fits into her plan to rescue and escape with a downed English pilot. Captured by the Gestapo, she never gives up, but makes plans to get away. The ending is one of reconciliation. It takes place with most of the major characters many years after WWII.

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Featured Book -  Shards of War -- Fleeing To & From Uzbekistan by Michael G. Kesler

shards.jpg"Shards of War--Fleeing To & From Uzbekistan" tells the story of my sister and me, both teens at the time, fleeing our home in Dubno, Ukraine, on June 24, 1941, just ahead of advancing German armies and of our struggle to survive the war deep inside the Soviet Union.  Finding upon our return at war's end that all 8,000 Jews of our hometown had been massacred, we made our way to a displaced persons' camp in West Germany, and, later, to the United States.

Written against the background of the raging war, the book highlights critical events--such as the defense of Moscow and the battles near Stalingrad--as well as the harsh, often desperate conditions during the war, which took the lives of approximately 26 million of Soviet Jewry.  It brings to light the rescue of some 200,000 Polish Jews who survived the war in the former Soviet Union.  It also provides a historical summary of the rise and demise of Jewish life in Ukraine.

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Recent Reviews

A Faint Cold Fear by Karin Slaughter

A Single Shot by Matthew F. Jones

Act of Deceit by Steven Gore

By Other Means by Mike McPhail

County Line by Bill Cameron

Dangerous Women & Desparate Men by Rick Mofina

Dead Man's Switch by Tammy Kaehler

Death of the Mantis by Michael Stanley

Far Cry by John Harvey

Flowers for Her Grave by Judy Clemons

In the Shadow of Gotham by Stefanie Pintoff

In the Time of Bobby Cox by Lang Whitaker

In Search of Rose Notes by Emily Arsenault

Innocent by Scott Turow (Review #2)

Loose Gravel by David T. Holmes

Love Lies Bleeding by Jess McConkey

Pursuit of Happiness by Sheldon Greene

Releasing Gillian's Wolves by Tara Woolpy

Rogue by Frederick Ramsey

Saving CeeCee Honeycut by Beth Hoffman

Shards of War -- Fleeing To & From Uzbekistan by Michael G. Kessler

So It Begins by Mike McPhail

Spycatcher by Matthew Dunn

The Big Goodbye by Michael Lister

The Boy in the Suit Case by Lene Kaaberbol and Agnete Friis

The Devil's Star by Jo Nesbo (Review #2)

The Herring in the Library by L.C. Tyler

The Inverted Forest by John Dalton

The Literary Handyman by Danielle Ackley-McPhail

The Platinum Loop by Austin Williams

The Professional by Robert B. Parker

The Redeemer by Jo Nesbo

The Silent Girl by Tess Gerritsen

The Sixes by Kate White

The Snowman by Jo Nesbo

The Woodcutter by Reginald Hill

Untouchable by Scott O'Connor

Vintage Connor:  The Blonde in the Lotus Elite by Robert Baty

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