Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Clark the Shark: Lost And Found by Bruce Hale

In this beginning reader by Bruce Hale, Clark the Shark goes on a field trip with this class to the farmer’s market! There are many rules the teacher gives to the class before they leave, but Clark the Shark was not listening. Once at the market, Clark the Shark learns a valuable lesson about listening and learning!

The reviewer recommends this book because from start to finish there is a valuable lesson to be learned!

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Annabel Lee by Mike Nappa

Buried in an underground bunker a secret is hidden and that secret’s name is Annabel Lee. She is left with the single command to not open the door for anyone, not even her Uncle, unless they can say the passphrase. On her own with a strict guard dog that only knows German commands, she waits for rescue.

Private investigators; Trudi Coffey and Samuel Hill know about a hidden treasure that must be found and protected, but are completely unaware that it is a little girl. The only people above ground that know about the girl is a former Army sniper called “The Mute” and the dreadful “Dr. Smith,” both are trying to locate her, but only one will protect her.

As Coffey and Hill try to piece together the clues to solve their riddle, a race is on to see who will find Annabel Lee first. With a rapid pace and thrills at every turn this fast paced novel will keep you at the edge of your seat! Reader beware this book may not be for you if you don’t like violence.

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

The Water Rat of Wanchai by Ian Hamilton

Ava Lee is a Chinese Canadian forensic accountant who’s in business with an Uncle in Hong Kong and together they track down embezzled money and return it to its rightful owners. They are quite successful, partly because of Ava's social-engineering skills, and partly because both Ava and Uncle have enough muscle (literal and figurative) to encourage the wayward to change their minds. In this case, Ava traces money from a fraudulent shrimp deal through Hong Kong to Guyana, and attempts to make the thoroughly corrupt government work to her advantage.

The plot was believable and the book is well worth reading. There are now about half-dozen Ava Lee mysteries and if you think you may like to try them head to your local branch and request a copy!

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

The First Hostage by Joel Rosenberg

Joel Rosenberg’s latest Christian Fiction thriller The First Hostage is sure to please. The book’s setting takes place in the Middle East and starts off with an explosive statement: The President of the United States is missing.

Add chemical weapons, ISIS, US crisis, a treasonous mole and you have the makings of an edge of your seat, adrenaline laced story of international intrigue, mixed in with end time prophecies. This book was impossible to put down.