fbpx
On the Shelf for March 2021

On the Shelf for March 2021

The following four books can be found in the “New Books” section of the Library. Hope you will find them interesting. Feel free to send me a Review that we can include in the Lakeviewer!


STRANDS OF TRUTH by Colleen Coble

As with all Colleen Coble books you have interesting characters with realistic problems. This is a romantic suspense with the usual twists and turns that keep you guessing. In this book you meet Harper, raised in foster homes who wanting a family, takes a DNA test and discovers she has a half-sister. Set in Florida, this book involves three lifetimes, multiple deaths, mermaids and mollusks!


WHOSE WAVES THESE ARE by Amanda Dykes

“In the wake of WWII, a grieving fisherman submits a poem to a local newspaper: a rallying cry for hope, purpose . . . and rocks. Its message? Send me a rock for the person you lost, and I will build something life-giving. When the poem spreads farther than he ever intended, Robert Bliss’s humble words change the tide of a nation. Boxes of rocks inundate the harbor village on the coast of Maine, and he sets his callused hands to work.” The time frames of 1944 and 2001 are linked with the maxim: Life is big, God is bigger. This is an inspiring story of grief, honor, memory and love and one person’s journey to find the light in the world and fight for it.


THE CAMERA NEVER LIES by David Rawlings

One marriage: Kelly and Daniel Whitely. With secrets: hers – high paying job with problems and a troubling marriage and teenage daughter; his: bestselling author whose book deadline has passed and a chasm in his marriage. Daniel inherits a camera with the inscription on the bottom: “No matter what you think you might see, the camera never lies.” He begins using the camera and the developed photos threaten to reveal their secrets. An intriguing and thought-provoking novel.


THE PLUM BLOOMS IN WINTER (Brands from the Burning Series: Book 1) by Linda Thompson

This is a story that portrays events in the Pacific theater of World War II and the long-term effects it has on families over years and decades. The book was inspired by a captivating true story of courage and forgiveness.

%d bloggers like this: