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The first author today in the spotlight is Amy M. Reade with her latest release in February. The House on Candlewick Lane which has been receiving some great reviews.
About The House on Candlewick Lane
It is every parent’s worst nightmare. Greer Dobbins’ daughter has been kidnapped—and spirited across the Atlantic to a hiding place in Scotland. Greer will do anything to find her, but the streets of Edinburgh hide a thousand secrets—including some she’d rather not face.
Art historian Dr. Greer Dobbins thought her ex-husband, Neill, had his gambling addiction under control. But in fact he was spiraling deeper and deeper into debt. When a group of shady lenders threatens to harm the divorced couple’s five-year-old daughter if he doesn’t pay up, a desperate Neill abducts the girl and flees to his native Scotland. Though the trail seems cold, Greer refuses to give up and embarks on a frantic search through the medieval alleys of Edinburgh—a city as beguiling as it is dangerous. But as the nightmare thickens with cryptic messages and a mysterious attack, Greer herself will become a target, along with everyone she holds dear.
The most recent review for the book
Marja McGraw rated it was amazing on Goodreads on March 30th.
The House on Candlewick Lane by Amy M. Reade will meet the needs of any reader who enjoys suspense.
Greer Dobbins is an art historian with a five-year-old daughter. When her ex-husband kidnaps the child and spirits her away to Scotland, Greer’s life takes a whole new path. She’s follows her ex and daughter, not giving up on finding her lost one.
The trip takes her to places and brings up memories that would be better left in the past in her search. Twists and turns both push her to, and pull her away, from resolutions. Greer finds herself and her loved ones becoming targets of ruthless people.
If you enjoy suspense, I heartily recommend this story. I’ll be reading more of Ms. Reade’s mysteries
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More reviews on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/33228655-the-house-on-candlewick-lane
Also by Amy M. Reade
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Connect to Amy via her website: www.amymreade.com
The next review is for the poetry collection The Heart’s Journey Home by Natalie Ducey.
Poetry for the soul. The Heart’s Journey Home is a collection of 23 poems that capture the essence of the fragility and the resiliency of our hearts – the brilliant beauty of life’s journey. We all love/loved deeply and most likely have been on both sides of goodbye. We know the immobilizing force of grief; we experienced hardships that have brought tears, revelations, and self-discoveries of strength unknown. These trials could easily dishearten us, but instead we choose to be more loving, compassionate, and kind. That is worth celebrating.
The Heart’s Journey Home is a celebration of our heart’s journey through life’s majestic beauty. The collection includes 23 poems titled: Reckless Words, Borrowed Angel, Nobody’s Fool, Silence of the Heart, Love’s Illusion, Fallen Angel, Let’s Dance, Where Does the Love Go, Young Love, Small Town Girl, Winter’s Gift, Destined to Fly, Eternal Love, The War Within, To my Sister on our 40th Birthday, Goodbye without Warning, Old Oak Tree, Names in the Sand, Can’t Let Go, Memories Linger, Caged Bird Sings, Surrender, and Heart’s Journey Home.
The most recent review for the collection.
Natalie Ducey’s intensely emotional debut book of poetry is a collection of 23 poems reflecting upon her views during both her fifteen years counselling others, as well as her own personal journey. Both have given her ample fodder for writing of the many diverse facets of human emotion. Author Ducey says, “I try to capture the essence of the fragility and resiliency of our hearts—the brilliant beauty of life’s journey.” Her words are an apt description of her lovely and deeply moving poems.
This powerfully written book of poetry touches upon all of the emotions of humanity, sometimes with a gentle loving touch, other times with the raging agony of love lost. Her words speak in the brutally honest language of the soul, connecting with readers following journeys similar to her own . . . and to those whose emotional trials are yet to come.
Unlike poets who make their readers study and search for meaning, this poet writes directly to her readers, as the songlike meter of her joys and travails draw them into her journey; feeling with her.
Read all the reviews and buy the collection: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ZO1KJDI/
Connect to Natalie via her blog: https://natalieducey.com/
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