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Heather Fink

A lifelong Ohio resident, I moved to Texas in 2012 and will soon move to Massachusetts! I've traveled across much of America and Europe, enjoying the world's grand vistas and delicious food, which is a passion of mine. I love to shop for it, grow it, prepare it and most of all, eat it! One of my greatest joys comes from entertaining friends and sharing a meal with them. I also enjoy all kinds of music, from classical to country, and everything in between. I savor reading in my free time and my favorites genres are psychological suspense stories and periodicals that keep me current on global events. Literacy is important to me and I frequently work with charities that focus on reading and the arts. A classic extrovert, I love people and as Maya Angelou once said, I try to “be a rainbow in someone else’s cloud.”
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Sascha Burkard

Mary Louise Kelly’s ‘The Bullet’ Is A Page Turner You Won’t Want To Miss

In Mary Louise Kelly's latest novel, The Bullet, Caroline Cashion's life unravels after learning a bullet is lodged near the base of her skull. Stunned by this revelation, Caroline wonders why her adoptive parents never revealed this fact.

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Kristin Hannah’s ‘The Nightingale’ Is A Hauntingly Poignant Tale

William Wordsworth once said, "Life is divided into three terms - that which was, which is, and which will be. Let us learn from the past to profit by the present, and from the present, to live better in the future."

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John Squibb

Sarah Graves’ ‘Winter At The Door’ Is A Compelling Read [REVIEW]

Although I was intrigued by the premise of mysterious accidents and suicides of several local police in Winter At The Door, it was Lizzie Snow, a former homicide detective from Boston, who fascinated me.

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Brooke Shields visits "FOX & Friends" (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images)

Brooke Shields’ Faces Her Family’s Demons In ‘There Was A Little Girl’

Family relationships can truly be the most complicated of all, and yet we always hope they can change for the better. In Brooke Shields new book, There Was A Little Girl: The Real Story of My Mother and Me, she candidly recounts how the course of her life was forever altered by her mother's addiction to alcohol.

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