Book Review for "Death Comes to Pemberley" by P.D. James. All of Pemberley is getting ready for the annual Lady Anne Ball, and all seems to be going as planned. That is, until the carriage with Elizabeth's sister Lydia shows up. She's all in a tizzy, going on about gunshots in the woods and begging … Continue reading A match made in heaven or a literary crime?
Book Review of "Bellman & Black" by Diane Setterfield. William Bellman started his life humbly. With a father who abandoned him and his mother, and a grandfather who never approved of them, he still held no bitterness. Then his uncle took him on at the mill and he quickly proved himself to be intelligent and … Continue reading The Many Collective Nouns for Rooks
Book Review of "Finding Amos" by J.D. Mason, ReShonda Tate Billingsley and Bernice L. McFadden. Amos is the only connection between Cass, Toya and Tomiko. Back in the day, when he was making it in the music scene of Motown and blues, he was very popular with the women. These girls' mothers were among them, … Continue reading A Trio of Girls and Their Off-Key Father