Things Too Big To Name by Molly Best Tinsley

Things Too Big To Name by Molly Best Tinsley

4 Stars!

Margaret Torrens trades academia for early retirement and the solitude of a cabin in the Oregon mountains. Four months later, she is locked in a ward for the criminally insane undergoing assessment, and a charge of murder is in the air. Pried out of her by an impatient young psychologist, Margaret's story features Jane Farrow--a former student, who showed up at the cabin uninvited with an odd, mute child in tow--and Victor--Margaret's alleged victim, who put his claim on both. As Margaret works to control this narrative of the recent past, she is waylaid by secrets, borne by the ghost of her young husband, lost decades before.

Advance Praise Things Too Big To Name by Molly Best Tinsley
“The psychological drama of Things Too Big to Name plunges us into the mind of Professor Margaret Torrens as her plans for rural retirement unravel and she's forced to confront the life choices she’s made since the death of her musician husband years before. One of her first students, Jane Farrow, appears at her mountain cabin with a strange child and asks to be taken in.  Days later, disruption threatens to explode in violence when Victor Primo barges in looking for them. Molly Tinsley's distinctive braided narrative offers intense story-telling, studded with surprises, that keeps us on edge until the end.”-Merrill Leffler, poet, Mark the Music and publisher, Dryad Press

“A prickly but appealing narrator unspools events from her recent—and distant—past.  The plot’s gradual unfolding vibrates with the tension of unwilling confrontation and detonates with a satisfying jolt. A fun and absorbing read; I zoomed through it. -Allyson Booth, Postcards from the Trenches and Reading The Waste Land from the Bottom Up

“A recently retired English professor must explain to a Qualified Mental Health Professional the events leading to her arrest and commitment to a mental hospital. The more this brilliant psychological thriller excavates the layers of Margaret's mystery, the more we understand how we all hide parts of ourselves. Molly Tinsley's established talent for narrative and her familiarity with classic literature fold into one of the best novels I've read.”-Sheila Bender, poet and memoirist, A New Theology: Turning to Poetry in a Time of Grief.

Things Too Big To Name by Molly Best TinsleyABOUT THE AUTHOR -
In an episode of sanity, award winning author, Molly Tinsley resigned from the English faculty at the US Naval Academy and moved west to write full-time. .

She is the author of MY LIFE WITH DARWIN (Houghton Mifflin) and THROWING KNIVES (Ohio State University Press), she also co-authored SATAN'S CHAMBER (Fuze Publishing) and the textbook, THE CREATIVE PROCESS (St. Martin's). Her more recent books are the memoir ENTERING THE BLUE STONE and another Victoria Pierce spy thriller, sequel to SATAN'S CHAMBER: BROKEN ANGELS.

Her fiction has earned two fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Sandstone Prize, and the Oregon Book Award. Her fiction has been widely published and her plays have been read and produced nationwide. She lives in Ashland, Oregon.

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I was not so sure I was going to like this book. It started out very strange, confusing and hard to follow at times. After getting used to the author's unique writing style.I did really start liking this book. Don't misunderstand, I am not saying that it was poor writing. It was just the opposite actually. I think the writing was excellent. Honestly, I really think it was supposed to be that way. I think it was written to set a certain mood, and that it did. It kind of reminded me of The Yellow Wallpaper (which I loved).

I like a good reading challenge and I don't always want happy happy joy joy, and this one certainly offered all of that LOL. If you are looking for something different, something that will challenge you, and something that is certainly intense - this is the perfect story for you!

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One Dish Four Seasons - Jordan Zucker

3.5 Stars

One Dish - Four Seasons: Food, Wine, and Sound - All Year Round is not your average cookbook. It's a fully immersive experience and seasonal journey. In this family collaboration and labor of love, we take a base recipe and by varying certain ingredients seasonally available, we churn out four versions, a winter, spring, summer, and fall. 20 dishes x 4 seasons = 80 recipes (plus a round of cocktails, of course). Each dish is then paired with a wine and a music album, further exploring the seasonality of these three elements of entertaining. It's sprinkled with tons of jokes, layers, thoughtful attention to detail, and sophistication. A dash of humor, a pinch of personality, and a sprinkle of family lore round out the pages.

Jordan spends her time SWOOPSing away in the kitchen and crushing a bicoastal lifestyle with her French bulldog, Hula, by her side. When she's not paving the way as the vanguard for the modern female sports fan through her Girls Guide to Sports brand, she's probably smuggling a favorite wine into a favorite band's concert.

And interesting concept for a cook book. I am not sure I am in love with it but it is nice to see something different for a change. The idea is... you take one "dish" or food and have 4 different recipes to go with the four seasons.
For example -Quinoa
Winter - Shrimp Quinoa
Spring - Ramps Quinoa (ramps are a kind of green/wild onion)
Summer - Chicken Quinoa
Fall - Tofu Quinoa

Over all its an OK cook book. There is probably only a couple dishes I would actually make (and my husband wouldn't eat any of this, that's for sure). There is a lot of recipes that have food that is more, uncommon, I guess is how I would put it. I love trying different foods and a wide variety. but I don't actually cook much of it because my husband wouldn't eat it so it would just be for me. When I am cooking just for myself I keep it simple. I am a vegetarian and there are quite a lot of vegetarian recipes in here, so gold star for that!!

One thing I did not like and I don't know if she was trying to be funny, but I found it insulting. She wrote "chicken broth, you can use veggie if you are dealing with anti-poultry people" How about say simply "for vegetarians". I am not anti poultry, I just don't eat it.

There are a lot of nice pictures, a lot of good pictures of what the recipe is for (not one picture for each recipe but still quite a lot). One thing I found kind of cute was the use of the term SWOOPS throughout the book. It means "season with olive oil, pepper and salt"  :-)

I have to add that normally I ask for a print copy when I am reviewing cookbooks. I think it is important to see the actual book. But there was only a PDF available for review. So this might have gotten a better rating from me if I had seen the book.

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No Judgements - Meg Cabot

 4.5 STARS

The storm of the century is about to hit Little Bridge Island, Florida—and it’s sending waves crashing through Sabrina “Bree” Beckham’s love life…

When a massive hurricane severs all power and cell service to Little Bridge Island—as well as its connection to the mainland—twenty-five-year-old Bree Beckham isn’t worried . . . at first. She’s already escaped one storm—her emotionally abusive ex—so a hurricane seems like it will be a piece of cake.

But animal-loving Bree does become alarmed when she realizes how many islanders have been cut off from their beloved pets. Now it’s up to her to save as many of Little Bridge’s cats and dogs as she can . . . but to do so, she’s going to need help—help she has no choice but to accept from her boss’s sexy nephew, Drew Hartwell, the Mermaid CafĂ©’s most notorious heartbreaker.

But when Bree starts falling for Drew, just as Little Bridge’s power is restored and her penitent ex shows up, she has to ask herself if her island fling was only a result of the stormy weather, or if it could last during clear skies too.

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Meg Cabot was born in Bloomington, Indiana. In addition to her adult contemporary fiction, she is the author of the bestselling young adult fiction series, The Princess Diaries. Over 25 million copies of her novels for children and adults have sold worldwide. Meg lives in Key West, FL, with her husband.

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This is exactly what I did when I saw that my Meg Cabot book had come in the mail!!!!
I am a huge fan of hers and have read several (not all... yet) of her books.

OK so who doesn't love a good hurricane romance??? Am I right? This was a fun, but also kinda realistic, quirky romance. I have only been through one hurricane when I lived in Savannah GA in the mid 80's (can't remember which one it was, but it was a doozie). AND - just like the book says, they really do have hurricane parties! I went to one! The electricity was off for at least a day, we lit candles, everyone brought food (and of course alcohol!), there was guitar playing and dancing. It was so much fun we hardly even knew there was concrete pool furniture being rearranged by the wind!!!

Excellent character development. I liked Bree even though she was VERY stubborn and indecisive! I loved the hunky Drew, who wouldn't? And also loved all the minor characters! You really get a feel for everyone. Especially all the animals, Bree's cat Gary, Drew's dogs all named Bob LOL, even the guinea pigs R2-D2 and C-3PO we very likable!

So, the big question is - is everyone going to survive the hurricane? NO! that's NOT the the question that will be on everyone's mind! Will Bree and Drew ever hook up????? That's the question! And I am afraid I can't tell you, that would be a spoiler (although I am sure you can already guess).

Read the book you won't regret it. In fact, read all of Meg Cabot's books! They are all fantastic!

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Intimate Strangers - Lasairiona McMaster


Is there such a thing as too perfect?

Lisa Millar wasn’t supposed to fall in love with a guy on the Internet. But she did.

Other than living over five thousand miles away in America, AJ Williams is seemingly her perfect match. Strikingly handsome, musically talented, plays hockey and has a typical college-guy life.

In a moment of carpe diem, Lisa flies from Ireland to Alabama to surprise her internet-beau and finds herself face to face with an inconceivable reality that she couldn’t possibly have prepared for.

How well can you truly know someone you meet online?

Will true love win out, or will AJ’s secret life be too much for Lisa to bear? 

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UK Kindle: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Intimate-Strangers-Lisa-Millar-Book-ebook/dp/B07TYG9V8M
UK paperback: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Intimate-Strangers-Millar-Lasairiona-McMaster/dp/1916178405

Lasairiona McMaster grew up dreaming of an exciting life abroad, and, after graduating from Queens University, Belfast, that is exactly what she did - with her then-boyfriend, now husband of almost ten years. Having recently repatriated to Northern Ireland after a decade abroad spanned over two countries (seven and a half years in America and eighteen months in India), she now finds herself 'home', with itchy feet and dreams of her next expatriation. With a penchant for both travelling, and writing, she started a blog during her first relocation to Houston, Texas and, since repatriating to Northern Ireland, has decided to do as everyone has been telling her to do for years, and finally pen a book (or two) and get published while she tries to adjust to the people and place she left ten years ago, where nothing looks the same as it did when she left.

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This ended up being a better book than I first thought - so yay! At first I was just not caring for it at all and almost quit reading but I kept at it and did end up liking it much better after I got into it more.
It got excellent reviews on Amazon and Goodreads so far. So... I don't know, its probably just me LOL.

They say don't judge a book by its cover... but I love the cover!! It really does seem to fit the book and its feeling. Good character development. I just didn't really like or connect with any of them  :-/

So - a book that started slow for me but ended up a keeper. Please do try it and see - you will probably like it far better than I!

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Love's Long Road - G D Harper

3 Stars

Glasgow, 1975. How do you cope when your boyfriend kills himself because of you?

When Bobbie Sinclair’s boyfriend commits suicide and blames her, she vows never to love again. Instead she chooses to lead a double existence, kind-hearted by day and promiscuous by night. She increasingly struggles to maintain the balance between light and dark and soon finds herself sucked into the world of a controlling and ruthless crime lord from which she must escape.

Set against a vibrant but seedy 1970s Glasgow backdrop, Love’s Long Road plots Bobbie’s desperate plight. Starting a new life but constantly afraid of her past catching up with her, she battles danger, adversity and drug addiction on the long and perilous road back to love.

Love’s Long Road is about dealing with the guilt of terrible events in your past and the risk of being corrupted by the world around you; it is a story that captures to perfection what it was like to be young and single in the 1970s.

Purchase Links
UK - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Loves-Long-Road-G-D-Harper-ebook-x/dp/B01CFZH9GA
US - https://www.amazon.com/Loves-Long-Road-G-D-Harper-ebook-x/dp/B01CFZH9GA

I was placed third in the 2015 Lightship Prize for first-time authors, won a 2016 Wishing Shelf Award Red Ribbon, been shortlisted at the UK Festival of Writing for Best First Chapter, longlisted in the 2017 UK Novel Writing Competition.

In 2017, I was one of twelve authors selected for Authors in the Spotlight at the Bloody Scotland book festival in Stirling, showcasing who they considered to be the best emerging talent in crime fiction, and was the only self-published author to be chosen. I have spoken at numerous other book events, including Blackwells' Writers at the Fringe at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe; a stand-alone slot at the Byres Road Book Festival in Glasgow, and the Aye Write! Book Festival, also in Glasgow.
I went to Glasgow University in 1975 and lived in the city’s West End, the time and place for the setting of the majority of Love’s Long Road.

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This was definitely not my favorite book but was not a bad read. I was kind of on the fence about it. It did get some really good reviews on Amazon.

The characters were well done, Bobbie was well done... I just didn't like her. Maybe she kind of reminded me of me when I was younger and I just didn't want to go there. I get that she was depressed but it was a bit too much.

This book was dark and depressing and I knew it was going to be I guess I just wasn't in the one for it right now :-(  But like I said, it was not a bad book just not one I am jumping for joy about.

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A Summer to Remember by Victoria Cooke

4.5 STARS!

Sam lives by the mantra that it is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. 
After the tragic loss of her husband, Sam built a new life around friends, her cat Coco and a career she loves. Fending off frequent set-ups and well-meaning advice to ‘move on’, Sam is resolutely happy being single.

But when Sam gets seconded to her firm’s Boston office for the summer, it is more than her career that is in for a shake-up. A spur of the moment decision to visit the idyllic beaches of Cape Cod could end up changing her life forever.

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Victoria Cooke grew up in the city of Manchester before crossing the Pennines in pursuit of a career in education. She now lives in Huddersfield with her husband and two young daughters and when she’s not at home writing by the fire with a cup of coffee in hand, she loves working out in the gym and travelling. Victoria was first published at the tender age of eight by her classroom teacher who saw potential in a six-page story about an invisible man. Since then she’s always had a passion for reading and writing, undertaking several writers’ courses before completing her first novel, 'The Secret to Falling in Love,' in 2016.

Her third novel, Who Needs Men Anyway? became a digital bestseller in 2018.

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A real nice chick-lit-ish end of summer read!
To be honest this was a little slow for me in the beginning. But once she got to Boston it really picked up and I really started loving it. I have been to Boston several times and loved it. I have never been to Provincetown or Cape Cod in general but it is one of the places that I have always wanted to go to. The author did a great job of making me feel like I was visiting! Great descriptions, the beach, the bike rides, the city - Loved it all!

Great characters and character development. I liked Sam immediately. Didn't like Ethan at first but did grow to like him and he became more human and you learned his back story. Loved Harry and Barney, they couldn't have been more perfect.

Unfortunately one thing that I didn't care for were the flash backs. They were OK, but I just wasn't into them as much. But I still enjoyed the rest of the story very much. There were lots of warm fuzzies, but not too mushy - just right :-)

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The Nanny - Gilly MacMillan

WOW! (translation - 5 STARS!!!)

When her beloved nanny, Hannah, left without a trace in the summer of 1988, seven-year-old Jocelyn Holt was devastated. Haunted by the loss, Jo grew up bitter and distant, and eventually left her parents and Lake Hall, their faded aristocratic home, behind.

Thirty years later, Jo returns to the house and is forced to confront her troubled relationship with her mother. But when human remains are accidentally uncovered in a lake on the estate, Jo begins to question everything she thought she knew.

Then an unexpected visitor knocks on the door and Jo's world is destroyed again. Desperate to piece together the gaping holes in her memory, Jo must uncover who her nanny really was, why she left, and if she can trust her own mother...

In this compulsively readable tale of secrets, lies, and deception, Gilly Macmillan explores the darkest impulses and desires of the human heart. Diabolically clever, The Nanny reminds us that sometimes the truth hurts so much you'd rather hear the lie.

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Gilly Macmillan is the Edgar nominated and New York Times bestselling author of What She Knew, The Perfect Girl, Odd Child Out, I Know You Know, and The Nanny. She grew up in Swindon, Wiltshire and lived in Northern California in her late teens. She worked at The Burlington Magazine and the Hayward Gallery before starting a family. Since then she's worked as a part-time lecturer in photography, and now writes full-time. She resides in Bristol, England.

Find out more about Gilly at her website, and connect with her on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Not able to put this book down! Seriously, I tried several times and just kept picking it back up. I finally succumbed and just ended up reading all day for 2 days straight (well, when I wasn't at work).
One of the best books I have read in a long while.

Character development - Perfection! I was so intertwined with this family! I loved Jo (Jocelyn) and her daughter Ruby. They were both great. And even though Jo was far too trusting of everyone except her mother AND let the wool be pulled over her eyes - I still loved her.
Jo's mom - Virginia was another story. I started out hating her, then warmed up to her, then started to see her side of things and felt sorry for her! "The Nanny" - Hannah wow!, what a piece of work. Of course you don't know that in the beginning but very quickly learn that she is not at all what she seems.

Also this had one of my very favorite features - being told from three different POV - Jo's, Virginia, and Hannah. I love this in a book because you get a better picture of what's going on in each person's life and in their heads. Each one is labeled very well so there is no confusion. There are also flashbacks, and those are labeled as well.

Crazy spider web of suspense! Just so intense. You will not even want to go to bed until you finish it. I had the chance to read and review "What She Knew" and I couldn't do it. Boy, now I really want to read it!

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Strands of Truth by Colleen Coble

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Strands of Truth by Colleen Coble


Strands of Harper Taylor’s childhood are resurfacing—but will the truth save her . . . or pull her under?

Harper Taylor is used to being alone— after all, she grew up in one foster home after another. Oliver Jackson finally took her under his wing when she was a runaway teenager, and now Harper pours her marine biology knowledge into Oliver’s pen shell research. But she’s never stopped wishing for a family of her own.

So when a DNA test reveals a half-sister living just two hours away, Harper is both hopeful and nervous. Over warm cinnamon rolls, Harper and Annabelle find striking similarities in their stories. Is it just a coincidence that both their mothers died tragically, without revealing Harper and Annabelle’s father’s name?

Oliver’s son Ridge still sees Harper as a troubled teen even all these years later. But when Oliver is attacked, Ridge and Harper find themselves working together to uncover dangerous secrets that threaten to destroy them all. They must unravel her past before they can have any hope for the future.

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January 1990
St. Petersburg, Florida
Lisa ran to her Datsun Bluebird and jerked open the yellow door. Her pulse strummed in her neck, and she glanced behind her to make sure she wasn’t being followed. She’d tried not to show fear during the confrontation, but it was all she could do not to cry. She couldn’t face life without him.
She’d been on edge ever since yesterday.
Twilight backlit the treetops and highlighted the hanging moss. Instead of finding it beautiful, she saw frightening shadows and shuddered. She slid under the wheel and started the engine, then pulled out of her driveway onto the road.
She turned toward the Gulf. The water always calmed her when she was upset—and she had crossed upset moments ago and swerved into the scared zone.
Her belly barely fit under the wheel, but this baby would be born soon, then she’d have her figure back. She accelerated away from her home, a dilapidated one-story house with peeling white paint, and switched on her headlights.
The radio blared full of the news about the Berlin Wall coming down, but Lisa didn’t care about that, not now. She switched channels until she found Tom Petty’s “Free Fallin’ ”playing, but even her favorite tune failed to sooth her shattered nerves. Could she seriously be murdered over this? She’d glimpsed madness in those eyes.
She pressed the brakes as she came to a four-way stop, but the brake pedal went clear to the floor. She gasped and pumped the pedal again. No response. The car shot through the intersection, barely missing the tail end of another vehicle that had entered it before her.
Hands gripping the steering wheel, she struggled to keep the car on the road as she frantically thought of a way to bring it to a stop that didn’t involve hitting another car or a tree. The baby in her belly kicked as if he or she knew their lives hung suspended in time.
“We’re going to make it, little one. We have to. I can’t leave you alone.” No one would love her baby if she died. Her mother couldn’t care for her child. She cared more about her drugs than anything else.
Lisa tried to tamp down her rising emotions, but she’d never been so frightened. The car fishtailed on the sandy road as she forced it back from the shoulder. Huge trees lined the pavement in a dense formation. Where could she drive off into relative safety? A field sprawled over on the right, just past the four-way stop ahead. If she made it through, it seemed the only place where they might survive.
Had the brakes been cut? What else could it be? She’d just had the car serviced.
Lisa approached the stop sign much too fast. The slight downhill slope had only accelerated the speed that hovered at nearly seventy. Her mouth went bone dry.
Taken from “Strands of Truth” by Colleen Coble. Copyright © 2019 by Colleen Coble. Used by permission of http://www.thomasnelson.com/.

Colleen Coble
Colleen Coble is a USA TODAY bestselling author and RITA finalist best known for her coastal romantic suspense novels, including The Inn at Ocean’s Edge, Twilight at Blueberry Barrens, and the Lavender Tides, Sunset Cove, Hope Beach, and Rock Harbor series.

Connect with Colleen online at:

BookBub - @ColleenCoble
Twitter - @colleencoble
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Facebook - @colleencoblebooks!

I was so super thrilled when I saw that Colleen Coble's newest book was up for review! I love Colleen's books and have read several of them in the past. It has been a while since I have had the chance to read one. It was like slipping on an old comfortable sweater. I very easily got into this book and her style of writing.

Great suspenseful/mystery/romance, yep all wrapped up in one and done very well. This is one that you do kind of have an idea what is happening and the who, but not exactly all the details until the end. This book has a lot of flashbacks. Sometimes I don't care for this unless it is done well, and in this one I thought it was perfect.

Great characters and equally great character development (as usual with Colleen's books!) Harper, I loved right away, and Annabelle, it took me a while to like her. I just wasn't sure I trusted her. Ridge was the same way. At first I found him annoying and untrustworthy, I did end up really liking him though.

One thing I love about Colleen Coble's books is that they are clean but suspenseful, labeled Christian but not "in your face preachy". I am a christian but I don't like preachy books (I'd rather read the actual Bible for that LOL). But I do like my books on the cleaner side.

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