JE Trent and Martha A. Cheves are now friends
Sep 29
Martha A. Cheves posted a blog post
Dear Sugar and Other Sorrows - Review by Martha A. ChevesWhen I first started reading Dear Sugar and Other Sorrows I was captured by the first story which was made up of letters sent back and forth between to people who were very special to each…
Sep 23
Brian. L Porter and Martha A. Cheves are now friends
Sep 22
Martha A. Cheves posted a blog post
`Forbes jumped, nerves getting the better of him, and in an instant the fear had returned. As a bolt of brilliant lightning rent the sky and lit up the room through the sturdy windows of my home, William Forbes shrank still further into himself. I…
Sep 17
Martha A. Cheves posted a blog post
'Does violent death have a name? Can evil truly be born into the world, evil so deep that it is bred into the genetic make-up of an individual? Until I came to this place and met the man who made me begin to suspect that such an evil could exist,…
Sep 15
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In reading A Study in Red - The Secret Journal of Jack The Ripper, I came across a passage written by Porter that explained why I couldn't put this book down.... "there was a thrill attached to all the horror I was exposing myself to, not a pleasant…
Sep 10
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They crept up the stairs.  There were three apartments in the three-story building.  They wanted the one on the second floor.  It was an old building and the stairs creaked a bit.  He tried to step on the outside part of the step.  They were less…
Sep 2
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What if? - Review by Martha A. ChevesWhat if? - There were no more planes or trains.  All you needed to do was think about being somewhere and you were there.  There was only one race where your face may look a little different but your skin colors…
Aug 27
Martha A. Cheves posted a blog post
While You Slept - Review by Martha A. Cheves He was wearing the smile of her daughter.  A cut-out mask of her five-year-old's laughing features with holes cut out of her eyes for his to look through.  Maisie's innocent countenance on his adult body…
Aug 9
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Butterfly Lake - Review by Martha A. Cheves Sam and Bill McCoy were from Southern Georgia.  Sam, the oldest, smartest and tallest, might have been considered plain-looking, were it not for his tangled mop of hair and his scraggly beard; Bill, on the…
Jul 15
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Suddenly Psychic - Review by Martha A. Cheves Glimmer Lake was a year-round vacation town.  In the summer, the cool waters of the lake attracted swimmers, boaters, and anglers from valleys at the base of the Sierra Nevada.  They came to escape the…
Jul 6
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Dylan: The Flying Bedlington - Review by Martha A. Cheves "I don't want Dylan's story to become a repetitive tale of loss and sadness.  I'll just say that each and every dog who has been a part of our family, some longer than others, has been a much…
Jun 9
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 (I don't normally add the Author's recipe that I post on A Book and A Dish but this one is special due to what Mary did with these brownies.)Kahlua Brownies(Author Mary Kennedy sent 200 pounds of these to the troops in Iraq over a 3 month period)½…
May 24
Susan Whitfield and Martha A. Cheves are now friends
May 4
Martha A. Cheves posted a blog post
Vegas Lies - Book 3 - Review by Martha A. Cheves Emma began to cry.  Lucy nuzzled up against her in an effort to comfort her friend, but there was no comfort, just abject fear.  If his hand being there had been so unpleasant, what would the other…
May 4
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Death Orchid: A Sam and Jessica Novel (Hawaii Thriller Series Book 2) - Review by Martha A. Cheves Ivan Volkov's plan was for Jessica Kealoha to die a violent death while he watched it on his laptop computer in the air-conditioned comfort of his…
Apr 24
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