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Sun Mountain Reviews

I am a die-hard bibliophile and enjoy reading books from a variety of genres.
November 2014
reviewed: Review of The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey
The 5th Wave has received much praise since its release, and after finishing the book, I can say that praise is well-deserved...
October 2014
reviewed: Review of The Litter of the Law by Rita Mae Brown & Sneaky Pie Brown
One way I can become immersed in the beauty of autumn is through books, vicariously experiencing the season through the story...
October 2014
reviewed: Review of The Bully of Order by Brian Hart
One of the reasons I chose to read this book is because of its setting and time period. The story takes place in the late 180...
September 2014
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September 2014
reviewed: Review of The Angel of Losses by Stephanie Feldman
The Angel of Losses is a creative mix of fantasy, Jewish folklore, and history blended together and secretly embedded into th...
September 2014
reviewed: Review of Convicted by Dee Tenorio
I was drawn to this book because it centered on the DEA and local law enforcement banding together to take down a lawless mot...
September 2014
reviewed: Review of Personal Assistance
Personal Assistance appealed to me because of its volatile Middle East setting: an Arab nation on the brink of civil war and ...
September 2014
reviewed: Review of Dangerous Destiny (Night Sky # 0.5) by Suzanne Brockmann & Melanie Brockmann
A Good Teaser to Whet Your Appetite for Night Sky When I started Dangerous Destiny, I thought I would be reading a novella;...
August 2014
reviewed: Review of Whatever It Takes (Trust No One # 4) by Dixie Lee Brown
If you read the third book in this series, If Only You Knew, like me, you probably have been looking forward to Nate and Alex...
August 2014
reviewed: A Conversational Review of Not Quite Dead (A Lowcountry Ghost Story #1) by Lyla Payne
A Conversational Review of Not Quite Dead When I write a review of a book, I try to think about what readers would really wan...
reviewed: Review of The Devil's Fire by Matt Tomerlin
If you like fictional novels about Pirates and their lives on the high seas, but aren’t looking for a romance, I can recommen...
August 2014
text: Review of Target for Terror by L.A. Iding
Target for Terror is has all of the elements that make for a good book: mystery, action, suspense, and romance all bundled to...
August 2014
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reviewed: Review of Personal Target by Kay Thomas
“Everything is not always as it appears.” –Ernesto Vega, Personal Target I found this quote spoken by one of the main antago...
reviewed: Review of Hard Target
Romantic suspense is one of my favorite genres, and Kay Thomas’ Hard Target has all of the elements of this genre that appeal...
Hard Target - Kay Thomas