Monthly Archives: April 2012

Moon Over Alcatraz

Moon Over Alcatraz by Patricia Yager Delagrange Musa Publishing/2012   Reviewed By: Sheri de Grom I clicked the pages with hunger as I read Moon Over Alcatraz, the work of debut author Patricia Yager Delagrange. Just when I thought I’d … Continue reading

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A Change In Altitude

A Change In Altitude by Anita Shreve Little, Brown & Company/2009   Reviewer: Sheri de Grom Anita Shreve’s  A Change In Altitude, is an engrossing and complex work of fiction. Expatriates living in Kenya are brought together for a mountain-climbing expedition … Continue reading

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Lone Wolf

Lone Wolf by Jodi Picoult Atria, 2012/Simon & Schuster, Inc.   Reviewer: Sheri de Grom Jodi Picoult’s nineteenth novel, Lone Wolf, presents the reader with many moral choices. Having read her past 18 novels, I’ve come to expect complex characters with lots … Continue reading

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The Snow Child

The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey Reagan Arthur Books/Little, Brown and Company, 2012   Reviewer – Sheri de Grom Stay away from novels with a semblance to fairytales, I tell myself. Don’t go there. Disappointment waits. I met surprise at … Continue reading

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