Book Review: Fox Tracks by Rita Mae Brown June 24, 2013

Rita Mae Brown clearly loves horses, fox hunting, dogs, cats and animals of all kinds. And while sometimes I think her editor is asleep at the desk, overall Fox Tracks is an enjoyable, fun and entertaining read. Fox Tracks is another of her Sister Jane novels. Sister isn’t a nun; it’s a nickname for Jane […]

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Barbara Kingsolver’s “Flight Behavior” Made ME Want to Flee June 21, 2013

It’s rare that I don’t even finish a book, but Barbara Kingsolver’s lates tnovel, Flight Risk, made me feel so depleted of energy it was time to put it down and return it to the library. I was a flight risk from its pages, that’s for sure. And that’s a shame, because Kingsolver’s prose is […]

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Book Review: Deeply Odd by Dean Koontz June 19, 2013

Today’s book review is actually a rewrite of the one I composed yesterday. Unfortunately, that post seemed to trigger some sort of automated alert on another blogging platform, and my blog was suspended. I keep picturing the robot from Lost In Space shouting, “Warning! Warning, Will Robinson!” and waving his arms about madly as the […]

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Welcome to The Writer Reads! June 18, 2013

Welcome to The Writer Reads! My name is Jeanne Grunert, and I’m a non fiction author, writer, and lover of books. I read constantly, and share my thoughts on the books that I read here and on my Facebook page, The Writer Reads. If you love a good book, whether it’s a mystery or a […]

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