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Finding Ruby Book Review

My Rating ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Author J.A.Higgins

Publisher Silverwood books

Available 21st June 2019

Genre Murder, mystery

ISBN 10 1781328765

ISBN 13 978-1781328767

Purchase links

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Amazon U.K.

Amazon. Com


Finding Ruby

On Halloween night thirteen year old Ruby disappears in the company of a masked figure. She is never seen again. The only witness is Nell Montague who is just seven years old.

Twenty three years later, Nell is trapped in an abusive relationship and still suffering from vivid nightmares of what she saw. When tragedy strikes she escapes and attempts to put her past behind Her. Then thirteen year old Emily disappears.

Haunted by increasingly disturbing visions and helped by a reluctant psychic, Nell must unravel the mystery of what really happened that night because to save Emily she must first find Ruby. But to do so she will question everything she thought she knew about her own childhood and soon discovers that nightmares don’t always end when you wake up.

My Thoughts

Thanks to Rachel’s random resources and the author for this book in return for my own honest review.

WOW!! What can I say??!!!!

This book had me gripped from the minute I picked it up to the Minute I put it down (I actually stayed up late just to finish it) I couldn’t this book down!!!

This book is very well written, lots of twists and turns to keep you guessing (which is what had me gripped,) just when you thought you knew everything another layer of shock and intrigue happened!!

Nell the main character witnesses Ruby getting kidnapped but at only 7 years old she can’t help until another girl Emily gets kidnapped, and finally able to help she realises that their is more to these kidnaps than she thought and soon discovers that nightmares happen in real life.

I hope their is a sequel!!

About the Author

Born and raised at Porton Down in Wiltshire, and currently working for the NHS in Salisbury, J A

Higgins has always been fascinated by crime, history and the unexplained. Finding Ruby is the first in

the Nell Montague mystery series which will examine how horrors from the past are still very

relevant today.

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Sapphire Smith And The Shadow Five (part 1)

My rating ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Author R.J Furness

Pages 104

Publisher independently published

Available 4th March 2019

Genre fantasy, Ya, Contemporary

Isbn 10 1798272474

ISBN 13 978-1798272473


Have you ever seen something you can’t explain? Did it vanish as fast as it appeared?Perhaps that thing you saw was lurking in the shadows, and you caught a glimpse of it before it went back into hiding.

There’s a good chance, of course, that the thing you saw simply emerged from your imagination.

Or maybe, just maybe, it didn’t…

Sapphire Smyth is no stranger to rejection. When she was only a baby, her father abandoned her after her mother died. Since then, Sapphire has never felt like she belonged anywhere, or with anyone. To make things worse, her foster carers have now turned their back on her – on her eighteenth birthday. After living with them throughout her childhood, Sapphire has to find a new home. Is it any wonder she finds it hard to trust people?

Abandoned by the people she called family, Sapphire is alone and searching for some meaning in her life. Except that meaning has already come looking for her. When she discovers mysterious creatures lurking in the shadows, Sapphire soon realises that her fate is unlike anything she had ever imagined.

My thoughts

Thanks to @thewritereads and the author for this book in return for my own honest review!

Well, what can I say about this book??? WOW! I was hooked from the minute I picked it up to the minute I put it down.

Sapphire Smith ( the main character) receives a bracelet from her foster parents on her 18th birthday and is also kicked out as they tell her why they can’t “afford” her any more due to longer receiving money from the government.

She is strong and doesn’t need anyone to help her, Sapphire ends up on the street wet and alone but suddenly weird things begin to happen…..

I don’t want to give too much of this amazing story away but hope I have wet your appetite to go read this book.

Looking forward to book 2.

About the Author

R. J. Furness has been passionate about great stories since he was able to read. At an early age, he would frequently create new characters, worlds and creatures, then write crazy tales all about them. However, until now, he has always kept those ideas completely secret.

After having a lifelong interest in animals, music and anything spawned from pure imagination,

R.J.’s first love are now his wife and children. Over time, he has also developed an overwhelming desire for mugs of tea and good biscuits to dunk.

He lives in Southport, England, with his family, a dog and several fish, chickens and quails.

A House Of Ghosts Review

My Rating ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Author W.C.Ryan

Pages 419

Publisher Zaffre books

Available 4th October 18

Genre paranormal,history

Isbn10 1785766511

ISBN 13 978-1785766510


A gripping mystery with a classic feel: And Then There Were None meets The Silent Companions”

Winter 1917. As the First World War enters its most brutal phase, back home in England, everyone is seeking answers to the darkness that has seeped into their lives.

At Blackwater Abbey, on an island off the Devon coast, Lord Highmount has arranged a spiritualist gathering to contact his two sons who were lost in the conflict. But as his guests begin to arrive, it gradually becomes clear that each has something they would rather keep hidden. Then, when a storm descends on the island, the guests will find themselves trapped. Soon one of their number will die.

For Blackwater Abbey is haunted in more ways than one . . .

An unrelentingly gripping mystery packed with twists and turns, A House of Ghosts is the perfect chilling read this winter.

‘Wonderfully written and a jolly good read’ – Sunday Independent

‘Spooks, spies and spectres are the order of the day in this rattling good read’ – Sunday Express

‘An intelligent, absorbing, exquisitely spooky mystery’ – Irish Times”

My Thoughts

Thanks to Compulsive readers and the author for this wonderful book in return for my own honest review.

Set during the First World War in 191. The main focus of the book is wartime espionage, this book made me think of Hercules Poirot (Agatha Christie character).

The main characters Kate Cartwright a psychic hero I who is employed by the secret service to accompany secret agent Donovon to Blackwater Abbey.

There is a pleasing chemistry between these two that makes them an engaging pair of sharp, pistol whipped sleuths.

I don’t know if the author is planning on a sequel but I would like to read more on Kate and Donovan and how their work and relationship progress.

About the author

W. C. Ryan is also known as William Ryan, author of The Constant Soldier and the Korolev series of historical crime novels. His books have been shortlisted for numerous awards, including the CWA’s Steel, Historical and New Blood Daggers, the Irish Fiction Award and the Theakston’s Crime Novel of the Year, as well as being published in 18 countries. William lives in London and teaches creative writing at City University.

50 Dinosaur Tales 🦕

My rating ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Author Sabrina Ricci

Publisher I know Dino

Available October 2019

Pages 319

Genre History

Purchase Links


Amazon U.K.

Barnes and Nobles


Gualicho takes a bite out of the ornithopod’s back as it runs away from her, causing it to stumble and fall. She jumps on top of the body and rips open its neck with her teeth. The ornithopod becomes still and limp.

Satisfied, Gualicho begins to feast. But, after only two bites, she senses something is wrong. She lifts her head and sees a Mapusaurus making its way toward her.”

About 50 Dinosaur Tales

Blending fiction with fact, 50 Dinosaur Tales imagines the way 50 newly described dinosaurs from the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous lived in their natural habitats.

Also included is a list of fun facts for each dinosaur story, and facts about 108 additional dinosaurs.

If you want to hear more about new dinosaurs as soon as they are discovered, listen to the weekly podcast I Know Dino.

My Thoughts

Thank you to the author and Rachel’s random resources for this book in return for my own honest review.

I read this book to my 6 and 4 year old children as they are massive dinosaur fans, even though I couldn’t pronounce some of the dinosaur names this didn’t matter as my kids still enjoyed the stories and information about each dinosaur 🦖 they also enjoyed looking at the pictures of the dinosaurs.

This book is for the young and old dinosaur lovers

About The Author

Sabrina is a writer and podcaster. She loves nerdy things, like technical specs and dinosaurs, especially sauropods. When she’s not writing, she’s podcasting with her husband at I Know Dino (iknowdino.com) a weekly show about dinosaurs.

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Sacrificing Starlight Book Review

My Rating ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Author David Pipe

Publisher Westminster Books

Available 24th October 2016

Pages 330

Genre Murder, Thriller,Mystery

Isbn 10 3000540725

Isbn 13 9783000540721


Time’s running out for DCI Hunter. His wife and child are missing, perhaps even dead. Unable to pursue those responsible he’s transferred to the wild landscape of Cornwall where another child has disappeared.

Alice Trevelyan’s father has his own agenda and wants retribution for the loss of his little girl and metes out his own violent justice.Will Trevelyan help or hinder?

Hunter has to make his move if he wants to save Starlight.

But can anyone in this remote location be trusted?

My Thoughts

Thank you to the author and Rachel’s random resources for this book in return for my own honest review.

This is the first book I have read by this author. This is one of the most thrilling, breakneck paced and chilling novels that I have read.

There is some violence but it is taken in a contex with the subject matter. The story had me on the edge of my seat as I didn’t know what was going to happen next, short snappy chapters helped with this.

DCI Hunter (the main character) and Ben Trevelyan (an Iraqi war veteran) are both on the same mission

They are hard to root for and empathise with until you are reminded that their mission is to take down monsters in the “establishment” and to rescue innocent souls from vile depravity.

About the Author

David Pipe was born in 1949 in a small Essex village. He attended a local grammar school then the University of Hull where he took a B.Sc in chemistry. He worked in the pharmaceutical industry in England and South Africa before studying for a PhD in organic chemistry at Imperial College. After spells at universities in Geneva and Mulhouse he joined the oil industry in Germany where, aged 53, he gratefully took a redundancy package.

Following a period of self-employment he wound down his

business, eventually giving it up to scratch the writing itch which has produced Sacrificing Starlight, a timely reminder of the risks our children face and Henry’s Tale, where ghostwriting for his furry friend he describes the emotional growth of a puppy on the rollercoaster of life, compressed into a few weeks because puppies learn faster than their staff.

When he’s not writing David spends his time travelling, reading, swimming and jogging. He is married and lives in Hamburg with his wife and their Border terrier Henry

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Q&A with Marian L. Thorpe, Author of Empires Daughter

1- How did you get into writing?

Can I say I don’t remember? My teacher grandmother taught me to read at age 3, and I think I started writing stories almost as soon as I could hold a pencil. I won

some essay contests in school, and then I started writing my first novel at seventeen. It was terrible, of course, although interestingly it deals with some of the same

themes as my published work – love of land versus love of individuals; duty versus personal inclination. I published a bit in university, a short story or two, then nothing

until the 90’s, when I focused for a while on poetry, and then finally the novels.

2- Any tips for someone wanting to start writing?

Two: Firstly, read. Read a lot, and outside of your genres. Absorb good structure, of sentences and paragraphs and the entire story. Listen to cadence and flow.

Secondly, write. Again, a lot. Practice your descriptions, your conversations, your action. Most of it will never see the light of day, but you’ll be learning.

3- Are the characters in your book based on anyone?

Only one actual character: Turlo, the red-headed officer, is based physically and personality-wise on my Scottish History professor in university, Ted Cowan.

4- Any movie adaptations?

I’m not quite sure what you’re asking here. Would I like a movie adaptation? No. It needs to be a series

Empire’s Daughter (Empire’s Legacy, Book I)

For twenty generations, the men and women of The Empire have lived separately, the women farming and fishing, the men fighting wars. But in the spring of Lena’s seventeenth year, an officer rides into her village with an unprecedented request. The Empire is threatened by invasion, and to defend it successfully, women will need to fight.

When the village votes in favour, Lena and her partner Maya are torn apart. Maya chooses exile

rather than battle, Lena chooses to fight. As Lena learns the skills of warfare and leadership, she discovers that choices have consequences that cannot be foreseen, and that her role in her country’s future is greater than she could have dreamed

Purchase link https://storyoriginapp.com/universalbooklinks/802bbff0-98f7-11e9-b280-93cf0b163b50

About the Author

Writer of historical fantasy and urban fantasy for adults. The Empire’s Legacy series explores gender expectations, the conflicts between personal belief and societal norms, and how, within a society where sexuality is fluid, personal definitions of love and loyalty change with growth and experience.

The world of Empire’s Legacy was inspired by my interest in the history of Britain in the years when it was a province of the Roman Empire called Britannia, and then in the aftermath of the fall of the Roman Empire. In another life, I would have been a landscape archaeologist, and landscape is an important metaphor in the Empire’s Legacy trilogy and in all my writing, fiction and non-fiction.

I live in Canada for most of the year, England for the rest, have one cat, a husband, and when I’m not

writing or editing, I’m birding

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Tangled Roots Book Review

My rating ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Author Denise D Young

Pages 148

Publisher Denise D Young

Available 7th May 2019

ISBN 10 0998075639

ISBN 13 9780998075631

Genre Romance, Suspence, Puzzles, Paranormal,Mystery, Magic


A witch lost in time. A man with magic in his blood and a chip on his shoulder. Dark secrets and shadowy magic. Steamy romance meets contemporary fantasy with a time slip in the first book of this new series.

Cassie Gearhart casts a spell in the forest in the summer of 1974. The next thing she knows, she wakes up to find the world irrevocably changed. 

It’s 2019, for one thing. For another, all of her coven members have vanished, leaving behind only one man who holds the key to their secrets, Nick Felson, the grandson of her high priestess and a rough-around-the-edges farm boy who wants nothing to do with twenty-year-old Cassie.

For twenty-three-year-old Nick Felson, there are two worlds: one, Willow Creek, Virginia, before everything went to hell. And the other, after. 

He’s sworn off magic, until a confused Cassie knocks on his door in the middle of the night, somehow missing forty-five years’ worth of time. But Nick knows falling for Cassie means letting magic back into his life—and that’s one line he swore he’d never cross.

Can Cassie unravel the mystery that transported her decades into the future? And can Nick resist the powerful magic and heart-pounding passion that swirl in the air whenever he and Cassie are together?

The Tangled Magic Series is intended for readers 18-plus who enjoy short but steamy reads, wild and witchy magic, swoon-worthy kisses, and small-town charm. The series is best read in order.

My Thoughts

First book in the Tangled Magic series, Thanks to the author and Rachel’s Random resources for this book in return for my own honest review.

This is the first book I have read from this author. I enjoyed this book even though it’s not really my genre of book.

The main characters Cassie and Nick find each other after Cassie “time travels” to Nicks time, she does this after casting a spell, she is a witch. She later learns that Nick is the grandson of her old friend the high priestess, they must work together to save Willow Creek.

This is a well written, enthralling story that I found easy to escape into. The character development is great, bringing them to life in the pages of the story.

I can’t wait for book 2.

About the Author

Equal parts bookworm, flower child, and eclectic witch, Denise D. Young writes fantasy and paranormal romance featuring witches, magic, faeries, and the occasional shifter.

Whatever the flavor of the magic, it’s always served with a brisk cup of tea–and the promise of romance varying from sweet to sensual.

She lives with her husband and their animals in the mountains of Virginia, where small towns and tall trees inspire her stories. She reads tarot cards, collects crystals, gazes at stars, and believes magic is the answer (no matter what the question was).

If you’ve ever hoped to find a book of spells in a dusty attic, if you suspect every misty forest contains a hidden portal to another realm, or if you don’t mind a little darkness before your happily-ever-after, her books might be just the thing you’ve been waiting for.





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The Gilded King Book Review

My Rating ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Author Josie Jaffrey

Pages 303

Publisher create space- independent publishing

Available 25 June 2018

Genre paranormal

Isbn 10 1719204861

Isbn 13 978 171924866

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In the Blue, the world’s last city, all is not well.

Julia is stuck within its walls. She serves the nobility from a distance until she meets Lucas, a boy who believes in fairytales that Julia’s world can’t accommodate. The Blue is her prison, not her castle, and she’d escape into the trees if she didn’t know that contamination and death awaited humanity outside.

But not everyone in the Blue is human, and not everyone can be contained.

Beyond the city’s boundaries, in the wild forests of the Red, Cameron has precious little humanity left to lose. As he searches for a lost queen, he finds an enemy rising that he thought long dead. An enemy that the humans have forgotten how to fight.

One way or another, the walls of the Blue are coming down. The only question is what side you’ll be on when they do.

My Thoughts

Thank you to the Author and The Write Reads on Twitter for this Amazing book in return for my own honest review.

I enjoyed this book even though I’m not a massive vampire lover.

Two worlds become one in this first book, “The Blue” where humans live and “The red” a wasteland filled with unknown danger and presumably, certain death.

The story is told from two different points of view, one from Cameron a noble with many secrets in his past, and Julia a young girl forced to serve the reigning nobles.

The characters were really complex and fascinating, I found myself becoming attached to them as the story progressed.

The Gilded King is definitely an unpredictable story – I was never quite sure where it was going to turn next. The world building is excellent and Jaffrey has created a really fascinating world with a whole wealth of paranormal creatures. The story is well paced and has plenty of action, ramping up more and more to the intense ending. The story blends action packed moments with romance and mystery incredibly – this makes for one really exciting story. If you’re a fantasy lover, this is bound to be your new favourite series.

About the Author

Josie Jaffrey

I live in Oxford, UK, with my husband and two cats (Sparky and Gussie), who graciously permit human cohabitation in return for regular feeding and cuddles. The resulting cat fluff makes it difficult for me to wear black, which is largely why I gave up being a goth. Although the cats are definitely worth it, I still miss my old wardrobe.

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The Familiars Book Review

My Rating ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Author Stacey Halls

Pages 432

Publisher zaffre

Available 7th February 2019

Genre Historical Fiction, fantasy, witches, paranormal

Isbn 10 1785766112

Isbn 13 978-1785766114


In a time of suspicion and accusation, to be a woman is the greatest risk of all . . . 

Fleetwood Shuttleworth is 17 years old, married, and pregnant for the fourth time. But as the mistress at Gawthorpe Hall, she still has no living child, and her husband Richard is anxious for an heir. When Fleetwood finds a letter she isn’t supposed to read from the doctor who delivered her third stillbirth, she is dealt the crushing blow that she will not survive another pregnancy. 

Then she crosses paths by chance with Alice Gray, a young midwife. Alice promises to help her give birth to a healthy baby, and to prove the physician wrong. 

As Alice is drawn into the witchcraft accusations that are sweeping the north-west, Fleetwood risks everything by trying to help her. But is there more to Alice than meets the eye? 

Soon the two women’s lives will become inextricably bound together as the legendary trial at Lancaster approaches, and Fleetwood’s stomach continues to grow. Time is running out, and both their lives are at stake. 

Only they know the truth. Only they can save each other. 

‘Assured and alluring, this beautiful tale of women and witchcraft and the fight against power was a delight from start to finish’Jessie Burton, author of THE MINIATURIST 

‘The Familiars is an intricate and sensitive portrayal of a brave, tenacious young girl carving her place in the world. A must-read novel’ Heather Morris, bestselling author of THE TATTOOIST OF AUSCHWITZ 

‘I read this in just over a day – I was completely hooked! An intriguing story about a fascinating period of history and brilliant female characters’ Libby Page, author of THE LIDO 

‘A wonderful novel, enthralling, spellbinding, terrifying, full of twists and turns, written with heart and style – and the final chapters will have you racing to the end’ Kate Williams, author of THE STORMS OF WAR

My thoughts

Thanks to the Author of this book and Compulsive readers for this book in return for my own honest review.

Fleetwood Shuttleworth is pregnant with child once again, hoping this time she will be able to give her husband the heir he so desperately craves but she stumbles across a letter written by her doctor to husband telling him that if she is to become pregnant again she would not survive.

I enjoyed this book even though I did find it hard to get started but I m glad I stuck with it. The gothic mystery had me on the edge of my seat! The author has done a fantastic job of creating a heavily laden atmosphere of suspense, casting doubts in all directions.

This book is full of fever pitch anxiety and furore which permeated the air during the real Pendal Hill which trials which obviously is the back bone for this book.

I liked the character of Fleetwood and found her narrative to be engaging and believed in her life in Lancashire in 1612. Her world soon changes after discovering a letter, hidden by her husband Richard that another pregnancy could be disastrous for her. Her trust and belief in him is drastically changed.

It is her following encounter with Alice Grey, who agrees to become Fleetwood’s midwife, that pulls the witch trials further into the story and these two women become linked through the resulting tumult. Alice uses natural remedies when helping people and it is this use of herbs that casts the shadow of witchcraft over her.

I find the witch trials fascinating and this book is based on actual places, people and events. The author grew up in Lancashire and was inspired after a visit to the actual Gawthorpe Hall in Padiham. Although this is a work of fiction, I love that these characters were imagined from real people and after reading I was able to further research their lives and the awful plight of women during these trials.

It was also great to see the friendship that developed between Fleetwood and Alice despite their contrasting backgrounds, the belief they had in each other and the lengths they would go through to try and save each other during incredibly horrific experiences.

An intriguing story of a young girl trying to survive in a time of accusation, hypocrisy, persecution and betrayal.

About the Author

Stacey Halls grew up in Rossendale, Lancashire, as the daughter of market traders. She has always been fascinated by the Pendle witches. She studied journalism at the University of Central Lancashire and moved to London aged 21. She was media editor at the Bookseller and books editor atStylist.co.uk, and has also written forPsychologies, the Independent and Fabulousmagazine, where she now works as Deputy Chief Sub Editor. The Familiars is her first novel.

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The Oath Book Review

My Rating ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Author Michael L Lewis

Pages 200

Publisher Book Guild Publishing Ltd

Available 1 March 2019

Genre fiction

Isbn 10 1912575868

Isbn 13 978-1912575862

Links to purchase

Amazon UK https://www.amazon.co.uk/Oath-Michael-L-Lewis/dp/1912575868

Amazon USA https://www.amazon.com/Oath-Michael-L-Lewis-ebook/dp/B07NPZ8M88

Book Guild https://www.bookguild.co.uk/bookshop-collection/fiction/teens-young-adult/the-oath/

Waterstones https://www.waterstones.com/book/the-oath/michael-l-lewis/9781912575862


The polished veneer of a boys boarding school in Northern England masks a cadre of wickedness. Seniors viciously torment any junior they deem unfit. Jonathan Simon, in his first term at Blackleigh School in 1955, is warned: 

1) There are three monsters in his dorm: seniors Flicker, Sleeth, and Tunk; 

2) A code of conduct mandates no snitching. 

Simon befriends two other juniors; pixie-faced Ian Gracey; and witty, grossly overweight Arthur Crown. Juniors are required to clean seniors studies and Crown panics when he’s assigned to Flicker, who was under suspicion by the police a year earlier after a junior fell from the church bell tower in the off-limits cemetery. During a cross-country run, the three friends take a shortcut and stumble into the cadet rifle range. Corps Sergeant Sleeth puts them through a degrading punishment using human excrement. The three juniors swear a blood oath never to allow another bully to abuse them. 

Will this oath be their downfall, or will they make it through the school year? 

Snitching could have serious consequences, but keeping silent will break their blood oath. As Simon, Gracey and Crown try to survive this perilous journey, the constant threat of harm brings their friendship ever closer…

My Thoughts

This is the first book I have read from this author and is book one in a planned series.

The Oath, by Michael L Lewis, is a bit similar to a Harry Potter story.

It takes an in-depth look at bullying, good for young adults to read, good for parents to use as an intro to talking about bullying with their kids. There is a suspenseful story line; you get drawn into the lives of the boys at the boarding school. Highly recommended as a good read, and for being informative about the issue of bullying.

I really enjoyed reading this book. It’s a wonderful YA story about what it was like to be a young boy in an English boarding school in 50s – filled with bullying, racism, and the trials of being a young person – all set against the backdrop of Harry Potter-like houses competing against each other. The story is both witty and horrifying with memorable characters who take an oath to get revenge on their bullies, it’s a funny and suspenseful story. Michael L. Lewis also has an incredible penchant for writing dialogue and is a gifted storyteller!

About The Author

Michael L. Lewis was born and raised in England. After preparatory school in London, he was educated at Stowe School,Buckingham.

Michael now lives in Los Angeles, California, has a law degree, and writes full-time. He was on the Board of Trustees for several schools and has been a member of the same book club for twenty five years.

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Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AuthorAttorneyMichaelLLewis/

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