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Posted January 20, 2013
Covesplash padded inside and set down her bundle of herbs. She started checking them. "Borage leaves, burdock root, catmint, chervil, coltsfoot, hmm starting to get stale dried oak leaves, marigold, not enough, lavender, thyme, juniper berries, watermint, poppyseed, moss... Hmmm... i need more dried oak leaves and marigold" she set off to find them after organizing the herbs in groups of what they do. (Infection fighters like dried oak leaves, marigold together in alphebetical order.)Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 19, 2013
Posted August 11, 2012
Nike Chillemi has done it again in PERILOUS SHADOWS, the third book in her Sanctuary Point Series. This page turning ‘who-dunnit’ is another home-run for the self proclaimed ‘crime-fictionista’, with plenty of action, suspense, surprises, and quirky characters. The book follows the ‘leads’ of investigative reporter and broadcaster Argus Nye, whom we’ve met as an interesting, though minor, character in the first two installments of the series. This time, his talent for sniffing out a story is rivaled by an up and coming female colleague, Kiera Devane. When a body is found at the radio station where Argus works, he is assigned the story, but not before Kiera scoops him and writes her own story. The two decide to team up after some nasty run-ins with various suspects, and soon find that they are mutually interested in more than just the story. The series is set in the 1940s shortly after the end of World War Two, and the writer does a fantastic job keeping the setting, jargon, and over-all feel very authentic for the period. I’m loving this series, and was pleased to find out there is more to come. Stay tuned for more from this talented author.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 17, 2012
Another good book by author Nike Chillemi, the Crime Fictionista. This story has great suspense (bet you can't figure out who did it), a dash of romance (will they get together, won't they...), marvelous word imagery (will make you feel like you're there), and a compelling storyline. If you liked the first two books in the Sanctuary Point Series, this one will be no exception. A great read.
Posted July 16, 2012