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Once again Medeiros delivers in her latest cookbook, applauding the state of Vermont, its farmers, food producers, and chefs, all at the heart of the non-GMO movement. Aside from the book's many delectable recipes, it also includes beautiful rustic food photography, a directory of eateries and producers, and profiles of the many Vermont farmers and producers who are committed to the non-GMO mission. ~ Reviewed by Tracy Davies
Another psychological success from this third novel by Mary Kubica. In Chicago, Esther Vaughan disappears from a window in her bedroom apartment leaving her roommate Quinn Collins searching for answers. An hour away a woman named Pearl mysteriously appears in a small town and captivates young Alex Gallo with her charm. His crush quickly escalates into fear as Pearls' madness surfaces. As Qunn and Alexs' worlds intersect, the reader discovers through shocking twists nothing is as it seems. Compulsively readable. ~ Reviewed by Tracy Davies
The main character of this debut novel, Ani FaNelli is largely unlikable for at least the first half of the book. As the true gripping story of her teenage years unravels the reader learns how Ani’s well put together facade can only hide her fear and heartache for so long. While a riveting page turner, this book also faces head on some very real and very terrifying issues that our youths, more and more often are having to confront. This book ends with a completely unexpected, yet hugely satisfying conclusion! ~ Reviewed by Tracy Davies
This novel follows Beth; a recently divorced and over protective mother attempting to find the new normal for her and her 8 year old daughter, Carmel. Carmel is an unusual child who marches to the beat of her own drum. When Carmel disappears from a children’s festival Beth sets out on a painful and relentless mission to find her only child and bring her home. Set over the course of several years, this book speaks in alternating voices; from Beth’s head as well as from Carmel’s. Quietly tense, highly poignant and extremely well written! Highly recommended. ~ Reviewed by Tracy Davies
For readers who enjoyed The Silent Girls, this much anticipated thriller does not disappoint! A creepy mystery once again set in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, this is a page turner with an unexpected, disturbing conclusion. Eric Rickstad has upped his game. Highly recommended. ~ Reviewed by Tracy Davies