Tamara Berry

KRL Staff Favorite Books of 2023

by Cynthia Chow, Terrance McArthur,
& 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 last year. All of our main reviewers share in this post their top 5-10ish favorite books they reviewed in 2023, except for me. To find my list click here and you can also enter to win a $5 Amazon gift card!

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!

November Coming Attractions: Books to Digest After Thanksgiving Edition

by Sunny Frazier


Lauren Elliot is Steeped in Secrets in her new Crystals & CuriosiTEAS series. After a divorce, Shay Meyers is back in her hometown of Bray Harbor on California’s Monterey Peninsula. Shay is an empath and she’s inherited a tea and psychic shop full of Irish lore, Celtic symbols, and a dead body on the greenhouse roof.

Buried in a Good Book By Tamara Berry: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow



It seemed like a good idea at the time. Still recovering from a recent divorce and overdue on her next manuscript, thriller writer Tess Harrow has retreated to Winthrop, Washington, in the hopes that the off-the-grid change will allow her to complete her new novel. Less thrilled with the move from Seattle is Tess’s fourteen-year-old daughter Gertrude, a far-too-mature teenager who finds the lack of Wi-Fi as irritating as the explosion that has fish parts raining all around them.

Séances are for Suckers By Tamara Berry: Review/Giveaway/Interview

by Cynthia Chow


Just like it says on her business card, Ellie Wilde’s Eleanor’s Cleansing Service rids homes of whatever is haunting her clients. If that happens to be rats in the attic or mischievous teenagers playing pranks, at the end of the day everyone is still satisfied. It, of course, helps that Ellie dresses for the part and enhances her efforts with a cold-air blasting portable air conditioner and 21st century technology.

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