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The Good Client

This is book one in the Mitch Turner legal thriller series by Dan Decker. I’m amid reading them all because, if you’re like me, you love a good series and a great protagonist. Against his better judgement, defense attorney Mitch Turner agrees to defend his law clerk Timothy Cooper when accused of murdering his estranged […]

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The War Widow

This historical fiction release by Tara Moss is a cleverly woven tale of love, mystery, and empowerment, set in 1946 Sydney, Australia. It might sound like a strange combination, but it’s my take. I’ll tell you why. First, I love the protagonist, Billie Walker, a war widow who’s taken over her late father’s struggling detective—or, […]

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The Most Dangerous Duke In London

Saucy romance readers will celebrate the bold adventures in Madeline Hunter’s first installment of the Decadent Duke Series. Set to avenge his family’s dismissal by the ton, Adam Penrose, Duke of Stratton sets his sights on the eldest daughter of his sworn enemy. Clara might have peaked Adam’s interest but she has little desire to […]

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Assertiveness Training: Stop People Pleasing, Feeling Guilty and Caring for What Others Think, and Start Speaking Up, Saying No, and being More Confident.

I found this little gem on Amazon and decided to check it out. I was pleasantly surprised at this fifth book in the Practical Emotional Intelligence series by James W. Williams. Yes, the title is lengthy, but it does a nice job in summarizing the wisdom, advice, and tools that you’ll find inside to build […]

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Close To Home

This is the first in the mystery series by L.T. Ryan coupling an unlikely pair of allies. Riley “Bear” Logan is a larger-than-life ex-hitman on the run accompanied by his adopted teen daughter Mandy. When Bear decides to take the rare opportunity to free himself and Mandy from this unforgiving life, he soon realizes that […]

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How to Be an Even Better Manager

How to Be an Even Better Manager provides the blueprint for managing successfully in any situation, from policy and decision making to building effective skills and an exemplary team. The forty chapters outlined in this book by Michael Armstrong cover everything a manager should have a working knowledge of. Especially if they have their sights […]

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Just Right Jillian

If a child in your life is insecure, gift them the book Just Right Jillian from Nicole D. Collier. This adorable book meets young children where they are at and encourages them to believe in themselves. Fifth-grader Jillian is super shy and will do what her friends and teachers ask of her. She just wants […]

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Defending Innocence

New author Peter Kirkland presents a legal thriller set in a sleepy bay town outside of Charleston, South Carolina. Defense attorney Leland Monroe is desperately trying to build a new life for himself and his troubled, teenage son Noah, after losing his wife to addiction and an accident from which Noah struggles to recover. Returning […]

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