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CRIMSON TREE

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MY REVIEW
This book at first may have started less than ideal that did not last long. The way it written and knowing it is based on true events makes it seem scarier as your reading and you can feel more for the characters.
I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading any future writings.

I was given an ARC copy for an honest review.
The Crimson Tree Disembodied voices.
Apparitions.
Waking nightmares.
Strange occurrences are happening with increased intensity and Carly cannot escape what is tormenting her. With little proof and little support, she is losing everything in her life: her fiancé, friendships, and her sanity.
Can Carly uncover what caused the supernatural derailing of her life? Can she ever get rid of her ghostly tormentor, or is she doomed to be haunted indefinitely? Determined to stop these frightening events, she has to do whatever she can to regain control of her life before things take a deadly turn.
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DIRT ON THE DIAMOND

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DIRT ON THE DIAMOND

MY REVIEW
I CANNOT IN GOOD CONSCIENCE GIVE A REVIEW AS I WAS UNABLE TO FINISH THE BOOK. 
A Baseball Duology

Stealing Home by Amelia J. Matthews

Jack Behr knew two things: baseball and bloodshed. A proud warrior of the Ojibway Tribe of Saginaw, he’d given up the first to fight for his country in World War II, only to find himself mired to his knees in the latter. Now home, Jack struggles to readjust in a place that valued his scouting and marksmanship skills on the battlefield, but has little use for him anywhere else in “civilized” society.

Kitty Fitzgerald had finally realized a lifelong dream: to make a living, though meager, playing a sport she loved. As the brave men of the country battled enemies overseas, Kitty battled foes on the diamond. She did her part to encourage morale during this trying time, and relished the experience, knowing it could end all too soon.

Then Kitty met Jack.

Kitty was never one to stand for intolerance or hatred, and sometimes her temp…