Saturday, December 01, 2012

November 2012 Reads and Reviews

In a month that saw a lot of other things going on like ongoing health stuff, market news, etc. these are the books that were read and reviewed for November 2012. My sincere thanks again to Barry Ergang and Patrick Ohl for their contributions.

The Surest Poison: A Sid Chance Mystery by Chester D. Campbell (FFB Review--Kevin)

HOT STUFF: A Novel  by Don Bruns

Good Medicine: A Return to Common Sense by Carol Roberts, M.D.

CATSPAW ORDEAL (1950) by Edward Ronns (a.k.a. Edward S. Aarons) (FFB Review--Barry Ergang)

Protectors: Stories to Benefit PROTECT  Editor Thomas Pluck

The Crockin’ Girls Slow Cookin’ Companion: Yummy Recipes from Family, Friends, and Our Crockin’ Community by Nicole Sparks and Jenna Marwitz

The John Riddell Murder Case by John Riddell (FFB Review--Patrick Ohl)

Bubble Gum Princess by Scott Gordon

The Penguin Way by Scott Gordon

Caddo Cold: A Bill Travis Mystery by George Wier

Complete Allergy-Free Comfort Foods Cookbook:  Every Recipe Is Free Of Gluten, Dairy, Soy, Nuts, and Eggs by Elizabeth Gordon

SHARKS NEVER SLEEP (1998) by William F. Nolan (FFB Review--Barry)

Paradise City: A Joe Gunther Novel by Archer Mayor

From Hospital to Home Care: A Step by Step Guide to Providing Care to Patients Post Hospitalization by Kathy N. Johnson, James H. Johnson, and Lily Sarafan

FLANK HAWK: A First Civilization’s Legacy Novel by Terry W. Ervin II (FFB Review--Kevin)

And a very special thank you to---- you---the readers of this blog. Kevin’s Corner is now eight years old and continues to gain followers and new readers week in and week out. When I first started writing this blog and letting folks into our lives, I never once envisioned where we would be today. 

A year ago we were hanging on by a thread in every sense of the word in so many ways. Your thoughts, prayers, notes of support, donations, help, meant so much to us and still do today. If it wasn’t for you--we truly would not be here.

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