Wednesday, March 26, 2014

The Burn List by Stan Stamper

One thing I like about this author is that within two pages you go from 0 to 60. This book is action packed and never a dull moment. I enjoyed the way each character is thought out and intelligent.

The way this book is written there is no room for error in this story line. It hits you fast and keeps you reading. Annie is a reporter who is trying to take down the mob in Miami. AS her husband and son got into the car she was locking the house. Then all of a sudden she hears an explosion and as she turns to look she sees both her husband and son on fire.

After two years in a mental hospital her brother an ex-Navy Seal, checks her out of the hospital, and begins to wean her off of the medications she was on. He is successful and all I can say is the mob is going down fast.

Good read but I have to say PG 16

Mystery at the Lake House The Mermaid's Tale Book 2

Once again we find Jock, Lynna and Chip who always seem to find an adventure. Only this time it is really different as Chip who is the youngest of the three swears he saw a mermaid. No one believes him until one by one they see her also.

In book number two we learn about Mermaids and the importance of keeping all of our waterways clean and safe. I loved reading the interview with William Wharton. I think he is a good example for all young writers. Then the interview with the Mermaid Linden was educational.
This little gem also has some recipes that sound really good. I can’t wait to try them.

Rated G