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Editorial Review – The Simple and Easy Manager

 

Title: The Simple and Easy Manager: What Managers Need to Know Before They Need to Know It

Author: Ned Parks

Genre: Non-Fiction

This is a short, entertaining read for professionals of all walks of life, whether one is a manager of a company or handles just one’s own “life.” The author uses the fictional story of Quentin Spalding to illustrate a variety of management principles, from discussions of how to make meetings work to creating a welcoming work environment.

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Throwback Thursday: The Bourbon Kings – Book Review

 

Throwback Thursday is a series where we take a look back at some of BRD’s most popular posts. Enjoy!

Book Review of The Bourbon Kings by JR Ward

It has been some time since I’ve read anything by JR Ward. Not since I read ‘Lover At Last‘ and was thoroughly disappointed. It didn’t stop me from reading the next book in the Black Dagger Brotherhood(The King), but once again I become disheartened and put it down when I was half way through. Because of my lost faith in the BDB series I wasn’t sure if I was going to like this new series. Of course this didn’t stop me from pre-ordering it on my Nook, or the first book in her Black Dagger Legacy series, Blood Kiss.

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Editorial Review – The Sons of Hernan Garcia

 

Title: The Sons of Hernán García

Author: Charles Ameringer

Genre: Action/Adventure

The Sons of Hernán García, by Charles Ameringer, is classified as an Action/Adventure. However, it also reads as historical fiction. More specifically, it is a revenge-tale set in early 20th century Venezuela. The history aspect reads well, probably because Ameringer is an actual professor of Latin History, so he knows the facts of that time and place, and is able to translate it well through this story.

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The Curse of Arundel Hall – Book Review

 

The Curse of Arundel Hall

(A Yellow Cottage Vintage Mystery Book 2)

 

Synopsis:

One ghost, one murder, one hundred years apart. But are they connected? Ella has discovered a secret room in The Yellow Cottage, but with it comes a ghost. Who was she? And how did she die? Ella needs to find the answers before either of them can find peace. But suddenly things take a nasty turn for the worse. Ella Bridges has been living on Linhay Island for several months but still hasn’t discovered the identity of her ghostly guest.

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The Healer’s Secret – Book Review

 

The newly released Healer’s Secret by Helen Pryke is a beautifully disturbing story.

Not a cozy read, it deals with controversial topics like alcoholism, domestic violence and decisions that can turn the fate of a whole family. Strung out over several generations of women who pass their healer’s knowledge on from mother to daughter, the tale draws the reader into their troubles and heartaches.

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Throwback Thursday: Glass Sword – Book Review

 

Throwback Thursday is a series where we take a look back at some of BRD’s most popular posts. Enjoy!

Book Review of Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Published: 02/09/2016

Summary:  Mare Barrow’s blood is red—the color of common folk—but her Silver ability, the power to control lightning, has turned her into a weapon that the royal court tries to control. The crown calls her an impossibility, a fake, but as she makes her escape from Maven, the prince—the friend—who betrayed her, Mare uncovers something startling: she is not the only one of her kind.

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