Monthly Archives: April 2016


Calls Across The Pacific by Zoe S. Roy (Book Review)

  This intriguing story of life under Chairman Mao is centered around the young woman Nina Huang who has spent the past several years in a military labor camp, working the land and being re-educated by the peasants there. As a one-time member of Mao's Red Guards, she was a supporter of the Cultural Revolution. [...]

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The Emerald Brooch by Katherine Lowry Logan

  The Emerald Brooch, the latest installment of the The Celtic Brooch Series, does not disappoint. David McBain is a no-nonsense Scotsman who is more than a right-hand man to his employer Elliott Fraser. David is the go-to-guy when something needs to be done. There is very little, if anything that he can't accomplish. And [...]

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