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Andi Diehn, Book Reviewer

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Pack Leader Down

by Andi Diehn

Any dog lover can tell you: every dog is different. They all have their own personalities, their own strengths and weaknesses, their own loyalties. Bart Casey, the protagonist in "Pack Leader Down", would be one to know. He’s owned... Read More

Book Review

Return to Wake Robin

by Andi Diehn

It’s easy to idealize the mid- to late-century tradition of spending a month or two up at the family cabin. And it’s easy to forget the long drives spent stuck in the backseat with siblings, the time the dock collapsed under partying... Read More

Book Review

Colonial Downs and More

by Andi Diehn

Horse racing has charmed spectators for centuries. The flashing colors, the flying clods of dirt, the foamy sheen on the muscled bodies of horses who look like they’re enjoying themselves, and the thrill of victory make the fans in the... Read More

Book Review

Revenge in Twin Valleys

by Andi Diehn

After many years away, Jeff and his wife, Ann, return home to the valley where families once peacefully raised children and kept their farms intentionally isolated from the rest of the world. Now inhabited by outlaws who drink themselves... Read More

Book Review

Debacle

by Andi Diehn

Breaking a mirror. Black cats passing in the road. Walking under a ladder. There are plenty of cultural indicators suggesting bad luck but perhaps none are more foreboding than being born on Friday the 13th. Which is exactly what... Read More

Book Review

The Fugitive's Doctor

by Andi Diehn

Dr. Doe Vaughn isn’t entirely surprised when she learns that her husband, Sam, has been lying about his name since before they met. Neither is she shocked when federal agents search their Florida home while she and Sam are away. She... Read More

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