Book Reviews

With Every Letter by Sarah Sundin

10.26.12 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

Kudos to Sarah Sundin for crafting such an absorbing and educational story.

The Breakthrough by Jerry B. Jenkins

10.19.12 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

This was fortunately not one of those suspense stories that makes you afraid to turn out the light at night.

Reunion by Lauraine Snelling

10.12.12 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

Reunion is a story about people and secrets past and present.

Song of the Brokenhearted by Sheila Walsh & Cindy Martinusen Coloma

10.05.12 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

While in no way a biography, this story portrays accurate reactions and emotions in an endearing manner.

Josiah for President by Martha Bolton

09.28.12 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

I was intrigued by the idea of Josiah for President, and knowing it was written by the humorous Martha Bolton only added to my anticipation! I wasn’t disappointed.

Forever Hilltop by Judy Baer

09.21.12 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

If you enjoy reading about people more than suspense, if you enjoy the quirkiness of individuals and the humor of a “city-boy” adapting to a rural lifestyle, then you’ll enjoy this collection of stories.

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