Thursday, June 22, 2017
Monday, June 19, 2017
Friday, June 16, 2017
Wow just wow. I loved this book ,more actually then all the rest and here's why. Mrs. Hamilton has masterfully and carefully grown her protagonist Jamie in the most beautiful way that I applaud her . This character lacked self confidence in herself, not her cooking or writing but in herself yet she endured and you see that in this book and in her interactions with the secondary characters. The story was written in the past and present and it flowed beautiful throughout the pages. Mrs. Hamilton gave us insight into the series secondary characters and we saw how that young adolescents shaped them into the adults that Jamie knows and loves. The mystery itself was fascinating it's mystery within itself bodies found years later, murders happening years ago and connected in was no one saw or could have imagined. The family that Jamie had built with Jacob and Jocie and the trust they have with each other showed in the school incident, I loved how she handled that encounter it eased her mind going into this already made family that she loves and that loves her back. The best part was being able too see, well read about Becca her sister and how she dealt with having a baby sister in her young adult life it explains the relationship they have and the one she has with her mother. So here is my overall review. This was a masterfully written story ,with well developed characters and a mystery the was woven together like a beautiful quilt that is meant too last a lifetime while bring joy too others.
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Laugh out loud wonderful. I loved Crazy Reba she made this book the character development that wasn't really there to me from the first book is here in the sophomore outing and I loved it. This is a series that must be read from book they can't be read out of or you will fill like your missing something. This is a wacky yet intriguing mystery that's a quick fun read. can't wait until the next book
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
BUT I WAS GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO REVIEW IT EARLY AND IT WAS EVEN BETTER THEN THE FIRST ONE
HERE IS A SUMMARY:
When firefighter Randy Bogart perishes in the arson fire at an abandoned brewery known as the Brewmaster’s Widow, Death Bogart and his girlfriend Wren Morgan travel to St. Louis, Missouri, to find closure. They discover that Randy left his badge behind at the firehouse before going to the brewery. But the coroner finds another badge on Randy’s body, leaving Death and Wren with more questions than answers.
Desperate to know what really happened, Death and Wren begin to investigate. Their digging leads to a connection between Randy’s death and the mysterious Cherokee Caves once used by nineteenth-century beer barons. But the Brewmaster’s Widow is jealous of her secrets. Prying them loose could cost Death and Wren their lives.