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Flu Review - Fangs by Sarah Andersen


If you’re looking for a feel good, relatable comic strip book such as the author’s previous Sarah’s Scribbles, you may be in for a disappointment. Instead of unrelated, character pieces, this…

Flu Review - Swiss Vendetta by Tracee de Hahn


This story opens with an introduction to the main character, Agnes Luthi.  She is a Swiss-American Police officer that has experienced recent tragedy and is trying to power through her grief.  She is…

Flu Review - Phoebe and Her Unicorn by Dana Simpson


If you enjoy cute, ironic, slice of life comics, check out the collection, Phoebe and Her Unicorn!

Reminiscent of Calvin and Hobbes, Phoebe…

Flu Review - Winterborne Home for Vengeance and Valor By Ally Carter


This story begins like many others with an orphan girl.  Or… an orphan that has a mothers promise to return and a mysterious key hung around her neck.  Meet April, the not-orphan who lives…

Flu Review - The Comeback by Ella Berman


The Comeback, by Ella Berman will pull you in with its effortless writing and tangible characters.

It tells the story…

Flu Review - When I Close My Eyes by Elizabeth Musser


Elizabeth Musser tells an intriguing story that includes a unique blend of murder mystery, family secrets, broken families and a desperate parent.

Josephine, a well-loved author, lies comatose in the hospital after an apparent assassination attempt,…

Flu Review - The Emperor's Ostrich by Julie Berry

Just as the Emperor is about to be given the royal scepter, he goes missing.  The kingdom is in an uproar but there are those that would take advantage of the situation for evil.  In the same world, a milkmaid meets an unusual boy on…

Flu Review - The Headmistress of Rosemere by Sarah E. Ladd

After many years waiting on a man to come for her, Patience has given up on the dream of relationship.  She now has duties to her mother and to the school.  By reputation, the Lord of the land, William Sterling is a cad.  When Patience finds him wounded on her…

Flu Review - The Lady and the Highwayman by Sarah Eden


There’s no other way to start this review except by saying, I absolutely LOVED this book! Historical romance, a bit of mystery/intrigue, and the addition of the penny dreadful novels that the characters were supposed to have written - genius!

Flu Review - Splinters of Scarlet by Emily Bain Murphy

If you're looking for an atmospheric read, Murphy once again delivers in Splinters of Scarlet. Just like her debut novel,

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