When I read the book I had no idea it was categorized as a YA. I loved it from beginning to end. I supposed I should have realized it was a YA because of the lack of bad language and explicit sex scenes. What it did have was a unique and believable plot that gripped me from the very beginning.
Looking for a light, fun mystery to enjoy this summer? Three Seconds to Thunder would be the perfect choice. Set in 1896, in the lush forests of the Pacific Northwest, China Bohannon longs to move up from office girl, dogsbody and book keeper to be an investigator in her uncle’s detective agency. She also has crush on her uncle’s partner, Grafton Doyle.
Victoria Winters comes to Collinwood, an isolated mansion in coastal Maine, to work as a governess, but soon finds herself drawn into a strange, Gothic world of vampires, ghosts and a family curse that dates back centuries. This is the official beginning to the immensely popular black and white soap opera soap opera. It opened in June of 1966, no doubt part of the reason so many kids got hooked on the story.
Marilyn recently interviewed mystery author Earlene Fowler whose series always involves quilting in some way. After the interview is a review of Earlene's latest book, Spider Web & details on how to enter for a chance to win a copy of this book!
Marilyn Meredith had the pleasure recently of interviewing mystery author Dennis Palumbo. After the interview is a review of his first mystery novel, Mirror Image, by Pat Browning and details on how to enter for a chance to win a copy of this book.
Marilyn Meredith interviews local mystery author H.A. Hurtt whose book is set in caves. Terrell Byrd also reviews his book Double Drop & there's a chance to win a copy of this book at the end of this article.
Marilyn Meredith interviews Lemoore mystery author Sunny Frazier and reviews her second book, Where Angels Fear. At the end of this article are details on how to enter for a chance to win a copy of both of her books!
Lorie Lewis Ham interviews Reedley mystery author Terri Lynn Main, and Marilyn Meredith reviews her first book, The Dark Side of the Moon.
Lorie Lewis Ham interviews mystery author Diana Hockley from Australia and Marilyn Meredith reviews her first book, The Naked Room. At the end of this article are details on how to enter for a chance to win a copy of this book!
Sheri Humphreys shares with KRL about a wonderful writer's group right here in the Fresno area, the Yosemite Romance Writers, and Marilyn Meredith then reviews a book by one of the group's authors, Diane Story.
Two years ago a small group of women founded Yosemite Romance Writers, Inc. (YRW) as a chapter of Romance Writers of America® (RWA). Although the Fresno/Kings/Madera area had several different fiction writing groups established, nothing was available for writers specializing in romantic fiction.