Book reviews by Monica Drahonovsky, who is a columnist for non-non-profit news site, InDepthNH.org.
This book is a brilliant tease of information and insightful incidents that happened in horrific times of the past. In the end, you will know who the “one man” is. The book delves into the losses and guilt that people shared at that time. We get a view of the helpless victims and the evil doers and their motivations. Go to your library and get this book.
The author, Norman Savinelli, is writing for a youth audience. Why? Well, the world of dysfunction in families creates scary places for young people to live. How did this happen? Who is to blame? How to correct such serious dysfunction? READ MORE
Camille Aubray is a delicate wordsmith and she delivers a genuine person to the reader. The essence of Picasso, and what he thinks about women and the times of his life, are on display for discussion. Enjoy. You will be glad your library has this book on its shelf. READ MORE
The story begins in 1870 and ends today. You will learn all about what happened after the Civil War, PTSD of the time, greed, ranches, gold miners and ghosts. I recommend this book heartily. It is a really good change of pace kind of thriller. The characters are interesting with stories of their own and the ghosts are nice, if not loveable. Take your time and enjoy this thriller. READ MORE