Mary Lignor

Reviewer Mary Lignor: Mary is a retired librarian, originally from Connecticut but now living in New Mexico. All her life Mary has loved books and has passed this love on to her daughters. Mary started working in a library when her children were young as an Assistant Librarian and ended up as its Director. Her favorite books are suspense, political intrigue and anything involving the World War II era.

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Author: Brian Bianco
ISBN: 978-1-4392-5888-0
A debut novel with a very strong plot and interesting characters.  A good read with lots of action throughout the entire book

Author: Tom Gauthier
ISBN: 978-1-4327-4843-2

Even though Mead's Trek is listed as fiction, these characters are very real and you can imagine them going through the horrible things that they saw

Author: Robert Santoro
ISBN: 978-1-56-315457-7
This novel was so busy that I read it in one sitting.  An exciting book, the first in a series about the Deadly Sins.  It certainly makes you want to read all the others

Author: Robert Troy
ISBN: 978-1-4327-5126-5
An exciting and informative debut novel by this author.  A very alarming story involving the chance for double-dealing and deceitful practices by powerful countries of the world who are looking for leadership over an alternative energy source

Author: John F. Dobbyn
ISBN: 978-1-933515-63-2

A fantastic legal thriller that will keep you on the edge of your chair throughout.  I couldn't wait to get started and was not disappointed in the least.  The writer obviously knows his characters and tells a tale of murder and mayhem that will fascinate the reader until the last page.

Title: The Money God
Author: Zena Livingston
ISBN: 978-1-84386-518-6
A story of very damaged relationships between mothers and daughters starting in the 30's in the Catskill Mountains of upstate New York and ending during the 60's in New York City

Author: Chris Casey
ISBN: 978-1-4343-8126-2

This is a tale of a puzzling character, Paul Bruin, who is an adventurous soul who trudges from place to place in the deep south but, is determined to end up where he started out, in Memphis, TN

Author: Darlene Cox
ISBN: 978-1-4327-4614-8

This is definitely a spider's web but the spider usually wins

Title: Targets of Deception
Author: Jeffrey Stephens
ISBN: 978-1-935142-12-6
The story is great and you will get so involved that you cannot wait for the ending which is spectacular. 

Author: John Young
ISBN:  978-1-4327-4967-5
Well-though out plot and story

Authors: Mary Dieter and Tim McClure
ISBN: 978-1-4490-1446-9

Author: Jim Overturf
ISBN: 978-1-4401-3983-3
A good read with many strong characters and descriptions of Stock Car racing.

Author: Greg Przywara
ISBN: 978-1-60860-130-1

There is so much action in this book that it is sometimes difficult to figure out who's who.  But, if you pay close attention to what you are reading things make sense

Authors: Carolyn J. Rose and Mike Nettleton
ISBN: 978-0-9821443-3-6

Mystery readers will absorb this book as I did and look forward to more

Author: Roberto Kusminsky
ISBN: 978-0982144343

I hung on every page from first to last and was not surprised that he came up with a eye-opening ending.  Please do not stop here, Dr. Kusminsky.  The reading public needs books like this

Author: Salvatore Grasso
ISBN: 978-1-4401-6898-7
We all heard Gordon Gekko, in the movie Wall Street say that "greed is good."  After reading Larceny you'll see that it's also very interesting as long as you can keep up with the dialogue and the characters that make this novel so very thrilling to read

Author: Kevin M. Weeks
ISBN: 978-1-4415-6622-5
A very intense novel that will keep you interested for the duration of the tale

Author: Brad Anderson
ISBN: 978-1-4327-3506-7
A very enjoyable treasure hunt.  It will keep you on the edge of your chair until either the treasure is found or all who are looking for it are no longer able.

Author: Bill Kimbrell, Jr.
ISBN: 978-1-4389-7480-4

A great book full of perfidious acts and characters.  Is that not a great word?  I think it's the author's favorite and I kind of like it myself

Author: James Doulgeris and V. Michael Santoro
ISBN: 978-0-9821601-2-1
This book is a wonderful read, full of information, excitement and so real that it is hard to separate the fact from the fiction.  It has mystery, suspense, good guys and girls, bad guys, disasters and romance.  Who could ask for anything more?

Author: Luke Lively
ISBN: 978-0-8253-0521-4

My apologies to Mr. Lively and I do wish you good luck.  I'm sure there are many out there who could commiserate with you about Jack, as there were so many takeovers of small businesses this past year by huge conglomerates

Author: Maria Liberati
ISBN: 978-192891102-9

I am not of Italian descent nor do I speak the language.  But, do I eat Italian food?  OH YEAH!!!

Author: Carolyn Hart
ISBN: 978-0-06-087437-7

It's a wonderful Christmastime tale and I can't wait to see the next one.  So have a good read

Author: Katherine Hall Page
ISBN: 978-0-06-147425-5

This book is a page-turner.  Ms. Page is wonderful as usual and ties everything up at the end with her usual talent.  She is a great story teller and has won about every prize given to Mystery Authors

Author: Sheldon Greene
ISBN: 978-1439226278
The setting for this novel is Munich, Germany 1940.  In occupied West Germany Horst Vogle, a former German soldier, is working as a curator for the city's museum to accumulate lost art works that were formerly in the collection

Author: Stacy Juba
ISBN: 978-0-615-29011-9
I guarantee to all mystery fans that once you pick this book up you will not put it down and will praise the author, who tells me that this is her first mystery novel.  Keep up the good work Stacy.  The reading public needs good mystery writers

Author: H. Terrell Griffin
ISBN: 978-1-933515-53-3

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