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on February 18, 2017
Code Redhead – A Serial Novel is a great little collection. If the cause to raise money for childhood cancer isn’t enough, the stories should make you wat to buy… Each story highlights a redhead, and all are done in the varies authors’, unique styles. A few of my favorite are mentioned below.
In Redhead Dead, author Jennifer Conner takes the reader on another story of romance and intrigue. Marked with great feeling, twists, and turns, the romance reader will most definitely be happily fulfilled.
Sharon Kleve’s Redheads Have More Fun, mixes protecting family business and unexpected love, all in an unorthodox manner. Set in New Orleans, this voodoo, love caper is bound to make any reader smile.
Save the Prince; save the King; and save the reds. In doing so, Red Sarah may just save herself, who knows, but what might be the cost? Moving from modern day wisecrackery, to a time of romance, long ago, Carol Ann Kauffman’s tale is filled with majesty and bravery. This time travel story is a gift for all.
JR Wirth’s Day of the Dead is not quite so romantic. It is, however, a smart thriller that requires the reader to pay attention, as two teens try to find their friend, Cali, who appears to be abducted on Halloween, by a new, diabolical guy in town, known simply as Red. The taking of Cali seems to be connected to a string of ritualistic killings occurring on the Day of the Dead. Filled with hidden clues to the psychopathic killer(s), it is a fun read that won’t be resolved until the final word of the final sentence.
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