Monthly Archives: April 2014

Secrets, Betrayals and Lies

The Husband's Secret
Liane Moriarty’s “The Husband’s Secret” is a sometimes humorous novel with a more serious underlying theme.  It will keep you turning pages to find out what happens next. Continue reading

A Southern Stunner

The All-Girl Filling Station Last Reunion
Fannie Flagg’s “The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion” is a delightful and engaging read.  It’s got mystery, humor and history all in one.  Flagg’s writing sparkles, as always. Continue reading

Misery in Middle America

The Corrections
“The Corrections”, by Jonathan Franzen, is a saga that traces the trajectory of a middle-American family and how it ended up in the ragged condition it is in.  It’s a strangely compelling tale. Continue reading

A Clash with Nature

The Loop
Nicholas Evans’ “The Loop” is a novel that gripped me from the very beginning.  The opening chapter begins through the eyes of a wolf and paints a vivid picture of the land and the battle soon to be fought. Continue reading