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    Book Review: Kill the Angel by Sandrone Dazieri

    Genre Thriller, Suspense, Mystery, Psychological Thriller Plot The story starts with a horrifying mass murder that is quickly attributed to a terrorist attack. Deputy Police Commissioner Colomba Caselli seems to be the only person who thinks that the event was too neatly packaged. She tries to investigate further but keeps getting blocked. When no-one at the police department is willing to listen, let alone help her, Colomba calls on Dante Torre to assist. Dante is himself the victim of a heinous crime. He spent most of his childhood as a captive in a concrete silo, which inadvertently taught him how to master facial cues and body language. Colomba and Dante…

  • Book Review: The Home for Unwanted Girls by Joanna Goodman

    I received a Kindle for Christmas and it has completely changed my life! Reading is a more than a hobby for me, it's a passion and often times an addiction. I need to read. Losing myself in a story is still the magical experience it was when I was a kid immersing myself in a Famous Five adventure.

  • BOOK REVIEW – BECOMING by MICHELLE OBAMA

    📚Genre Autobiography 📚First Impressions Everyone knows who Michelle Obama is and I assumed that this book would be an endless stream of achievements that led to the White House. I was right, and I was wrong. 📚Review This is one beautifully written love story. Don’t get me wrong, this isn’t a romance, but instead a tribute to Michelle’s parents, her mentors, her husband and her kids. The book is broken down into 3 sections: BECOMING ME: this gives you an insiders view to life in the South Side of Chicago. You will see what life was like for a young black child living in a neighborhood that was slowly deteriorating…

  • BOOK REVIEW: CITY OF LIES by SAM HAWKE

    Genre – Fantasy First Impressions – When I read the synopsis, I thought this would be a book of fantasy and magic. I was wrong but I wasn’t disappointed. Summary – The story revolves around three characters who have been friends since childhood. It is an interesting layering of relationships throughout the book with characters evolving and dynamics changing as the situation in the city deteriorates. Tain has been thrust into the role of Chancellor when he thought that he would have many more years of carefree living before he would need to bear that hefty title. This story is very much his trial by fire/rite of passage into adulthood.…