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JoeyPinkney.com Book Review – “Groom and Doom” by Theresa Braun

JoeyPinkney.com Book Review
“Groom and Doom”
by Theresa Braun
3 of 5 Stars

Groom and Doom by Theresa Braun is a dark, yet whimsical tale of a woman who meets and marries the man of her dreams only to experience a nightmare. Angela’s engagement and marriage to her Greek groom Stavros should have been a fairytale life. Instead, the reality was fit for a horror movie. Continue reading JoeyPinkney.com Book Review – “Groom and Doom” by Theresa Braun

JoeyPinkney.com Book Review – “The Crystal Skulls in the Hidden Chamber” by Linda A. Cadose

JoeyPinkney.com Book Review
“The Crystal Skulls in the Hidden Chamber”
by Linda Cadose
5 of 5 Stars

The Crystal Skulls in the Hidden Chamber,” by Linda Cadose, is geared towards middle-schoolers. To that effect, this book did its job very well. The pacing was quick and easy to follow. The author presented technical and factual information in a way that was easy to digest, very intriguing, and most of all, not forced. “The Crystal Skulls in the Hidden Chamber” is sure to be a great read for any age group. Continue reading JoeyPinkney.com Book Review – “The Crystal Skulls in the Hidden Chamber” by Linda A. Cadose

JoeyPinkney.com Book Review – “The Women of Block 12” by Linda Pischke

JoeyPinkney.com Book Review
“The Women of Block 12”
by Linda Pischke
5 of 5 Stars

The Women of Block 12” by Linda Pischke is a journey. This book is a journey past your preconceived notions about the drug-addicted women in our society and the imprisoned women that are talked about yet hidden from view. This is a journey past the media hype. This is a journey past being a safe, convenient Christian. This book takes you into the often scandalous lives of female inmates and their trek with Jesus Christ. Continue reading JoeyPinkney.com Book Review – “The Women of Block 12” by Linda Pischke