I was so pleased to see that GG Collins has released her third book in this series. It did not let me down. I love the continuing adventures of Rachel and Chloe and it seems that perhaps Rachel is ready to accept her “gift” and see it as a way of helping others instead of something that she dreads.. Her calling……maybe? Probably! In this book I found that once again I want to make that trip to Santa Fe and see all the places that Rachel and Chloe visit. I loved that the suspense lasted right up to the last page. The description of the horrors put upon the world by the Germans in WWII were explained in such a way I could actually visualize it happening. This book also provided me with more information regarding the Manhattan Project. It gave me a better picture of my grandfather’s participation in The Manhattan Project while in the Navy in WWII. GG Collins really does her homework. Great read. I will now anxiously await the next in the series, Anasazi Medium.
Mr. Rogers Cared Because He Knew by G G Collins Copyright 2019 When Fred Rogers was a boy, he was overweight and the kids tormented him by calling him “Fat Freddie.” Rogers knew what it was like to be bullied and hurt. The compelling aspect of A Beautiful Day in the […]
Prodigal Son Dad’s a serial killer. Imagine what family holiday dinners must be like. by G G Collins Copyright 2019 Malcolm Bright (Tom Payne) is a bit young to be the brilliant criminal psychologist he portrays, but Bright has had a lifetime of education into the mind of a serial killer. […]
If You Haven’t Seen “Wanted,” You’ll Want To! (No One Worries About Nails) by G G Collins Copyright 2019 5 Stars Not since “Thelma & Louise” have two women done so much running. And is it ever fun to watch. Women’s adventure is way undervalued, especially for […]