Fault Lines, by Thomas Locke

I believe this book falls into a category known as speculative fiction–one reviewer called it a psychological thriller, so take your pick. It reads like an action/adventure, but some fantasy is pivotal to the plot. An experimental psychological research program sets off the action. I don’t want to reveal too much, so as not to […]

Chasing Secrets, by Lynette Eason

Soon after a dramatic opening scene, we learn that a five-year old Irish child has gone missing for 25 years. It’s not spoiling the story to say that she was considered dead, but is alive and living in the United States…anything more might spoil the story, so get ready for a tale that will provide […]

Book Review: A Family Shaped by Grace

By Gary Morland, “A Family Shaped by Grace” is one of those books that intersperses wisdom with anecdotes. There’s a lot to absorb here, but it is worth it. The author bares his soul on the pages. He shares his hard-won lessons, and the readers can profit from his mistakes. It seems as though he […]

An Amish Summer, a 4-novella collection including one by author Kelly Irvin

Disclaimer: I don’t normally read Amish fiction. But, a while back, I discovered the writing of Kelly Irvin. I enjoy her books, not because they about the Amish, but they are well-written, and interesting. Irvin does not write about the Amish as if she wears rose-colored glasses. She brings it, warts and all. Also, she […]