Penny For Our Thoughts

Traveling Sisters Book Reviews. Join us on our adventures through the books we read

Lindsay’s review Extremely enjoyable from start to finish! Detective Inspector Anjelica Henley is returning to her job after taking leave to recover from a brutal attack that landed the Jigsaw Killer, Peter Olivier, in prison. On her first day back to work she is partnered with trainee Salim Ramouter and they are assigned to a …

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Brenda’s review Big sigh!!! Just another abduction, imprisonment, control over women story marketed as a “claustrophobic thriller.” Wait, hmm, Lenn has my attention with his claustrophobic, disturbing, controlling way over Jane, but did that created the tension, sense of dread, and fear needed to create a thrilling, chilling and exciting thriller? Will Dean offers us …

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Brenda’s review Infinite Country follows a mixed-status family over decades who are divided between Colombia and the US. There have been many outstanding books written about families immigrating, and this one has a tone to it that opened up a few things I haven’t thought about before. The story starts with a unique hook and …

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“Harrowing story that follows an enslaved woman forced to barter love and freedom while living in the most infamous slave jail in Virginia.“ Yellow Wife is inspired by real lives of Mary and Robert Lumpkin and The Lumpkin Jail located in Richmond, Virginia from 1830 through The Civil War. Lindsay’s review A powerful, well-written, intriguing …

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Christina McDonald joined us for a Q & A in our Behind the Pages Goodreads Group and I am excited to share her answers to our question here with you all! Brenda: You bravely and boldly took on a hot topic here in Do Not Harm and I thought you handled it so well by …

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