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King River Life Staff Favorite Books of 2022

by Cynthia Chow, Terrance McArthur, Lorie Lewis Ham,
& Sandra Murphy


It's that time of year again, a time to look back at the books we reviewed here at KRL over the past year and share with you some of our favorites! We reviewed a LOT of books here on KRL and KRL News and Reviews. All but one of our main reviewers shares in this post their top 5-10ish favorite books they reviewed in 2022. Katherine Costa wanted to include favorite authors and TV shows that she has reviewed, so hers went up in a separate post over on KRL News and Reviews this week-you can find it here!

Jackie Dale—The Cat Mother/Cat Trapper: Too Busy to Write

by Jackie Dale



The past few months have been so busy I didn’t even have the time or energy to write my columns for the past two months. The non-stop cat work combined with the holiday season just made for an extremely hectic time. In addition, the vet was leaving at the end of December, so I had to get as much done as I could before then. That included resuming trapping at the golf course. I had only been trapping there for a couple of weeks before the rains started.

Great Food Search: Return of Fresno Street Eats

by Terrance McArthur


Fresno Street Eats is an organized group of food trucks that gather at different locations in the Fresno County area (or thereabouts) in various numbers (1-6 or more) at various times (lunch, dinner, etc.). The Great Food Search sampled several trucks and locations in September, but there are many more trucks and gathering points out there, from north of Herndon to south of Jensen, so Here We Go Again with Round Two.

Tony Imperatrice & This Music is Making Me Thirsty at Rogue 2023

by Mallory Moad



Most of us have seen one-person shows. Whether it be stand-up comedy, a dramatic monologue, or a musical presentation, it would appear that producing and performing in this simple form of entertainment is a piece of cake. You write and memorize your lines, jokes or songs, practice (maybe in front of your friends and family), then walk onstage to thunderous applause.

Travel The World Mystery Catchup!

by Sandra Murhpy
& Lorie Lewis Ham


This week we have reviews and giveaways of 4 mysteries that take you around the world--from New York, to Scotland, to England, and to Japan--and what better way to travel than in a book-A Fashionable Fatality: A Lady & Lady’s Maid Mystery by Alyssa Maxwell, City of Fortune: A Counterfeit Lady Novel by Victoria Thompson, Murder at a Scottish Wedding: A Scottish Shire Mystery by Traci Hall, and A Death in Tokyo by Keigo Higashino.

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