Author Interview with Kim Cormack

Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? Honestly, there’s not a whole lot to tell. I’m a single mom with a nineteen year old daughter, and a ten year old son. I have M.S. I had to retire from my day job and now I spend my days writing. I’m a little weird.…

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A Happy Moment

One of the happiest days of my life was a chance meeting with the widow of the literary author, John Steinbeck. He wrote The Grapes of Wrath (which translated in Japan as The Angry Raisins) and all about the Monterey California Peninsula, including Cannery Row, Tortilla Flat and finally, Travels with Charley, his king sized poodle,…

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The Bricklayer – Noah Boyd

The Bricklayer This was my first venture of a Noah Boyd novel. My inital opinion is that if the rest of his work even closely resembles this one…I’ll be a long time fan. The Bricklayer is about a group of domestic terrorists who claim to be anti-Bureau and demand payment if they want to avoid…

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Alter of Eden – James Rollins

Altar of Eden The last time I read a James Rollins novel, I promised myself that I would make sure to keep him on my reading list. Alter of Eden was the first that I’ve come across in a while and am truly glad I did. Inside the Louisiana swamplands, an evil escapes and death…

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Trail by Fire – J.A. Jance

This is an Ali Reynolds novel. I’ve read several Jance novels and particularly like the Reynolds works as they twist and turn you around before arriving at somewhat unpredictable endings. Trial By Fire is one such book. In the heat of the Arizona desert, a raging fire pushes tempuratures to a deadly degree, and one…

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The Wrecker – Clive Cussler

Clive Cussler looks to the past–1907–to bring you his action packed novel, The Wrecker. In a year of financial panic and labor unrest, a series of train wrecks, fires and explosions sabotage the SouthernPacific Railroad’s Cascades express line. Desparate, the railroad hires the fabled Van Dorn Detective Agency to get the results the railroad’s army…

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Breathless – Dean Koontz

In the stillness of a golden September afternoon, deep in the wilderness of the Rockies, a solitary craftsman, Grady Adams, and his magnificent Irishhound, Merlin, step from shadow into light…and into an encounter with mystery. That night, a pair of singular animals will watch Grady’s isolated home, waiting to make their approach. Dean Koontz takes…

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Samash Cut – Sandra Brown

Smash Cut: A Novel Sandra Brown is not an author I read regularly. However, every once in a while I find something she writes that grabs me and hold my attention all the way through. Smash Cut is one of those books. Paul Wheeler is wealthy, smart and , some would say, too old for…

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One For The Money – Janet Evanovich

Janet Evanovich is where I like to go if I want to read just for the sake of relaxing and smiling (outright belly laughs sometimes). This book is the first in a series about Stephanie Plum, a woman down on her luck who’s willing to try anything she can to get her life back in…

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I, Alex Cross – James Patterson

  The Alex Cross series is another favorite of mine. James Patterson has a way of using family values as a tool against those who have no values at all. When a beloved family member is found murdered, Cross (along with his girlfriend) discover that her murder is complicated by a social scene only available…

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