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Review: “And Life Comes Back”

“Now I know that every single day, the best and the worst, only lasts for twenty-four hours.” —Tricia Lott Williford, And Life Comes Back From time to time I’m approached about reading and reviewing new books, often by authors who are transitioning from blog to novel. I love doing this because I get the chance to

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The Big Bang

You know me– I love reading debut novels. Naturally, when I was approached to read Linda Joffe Hull’s debut novel, The Big Bang, I didn’t hesitate. If you like well-written neighborhood intrigue, this book could be for you. I grew up in suburbia. I’m well-versed in the seemingly Machiavellian subplots that wind themselves through idyllic-looking

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