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Diane Gardner, Book Reviewer

Book Review

On Love's Gentle Shore

by Diane Gardner

Gentle allusions to the power of belief and of God form the story’s foundation. Liz Johnson combines a tender inspirational romance with the gritty impact of childhood abuse for a powerful story about the struggle to find, accept, and... Read More

Book Review

The Actress

by Diane Gardner

A subtle faith-based perspective and an uncommon heroine make this mystery one very worth investigating. Michael Hicks Thompson’s charming and compelling whodunit, "The Actress", falls between a hard-boiled detective novel and a cozy... Read More

Book Review

The 13th Month

by Diane Gardner

Religious fiction meets thriller as a priest and a group of supernatural investigators battle the evil that plagues a town. Evil exists. Despite mankind’s efforts to address the world’s wrongs—crime, abuse, poverty, hatred,... Read More

Book Review

System

by Diane Gardner

Classic sci-fi, mystery, and noir fiction mix with futurist questions about where society’s slippery slope may be taking us. The traditions of great early science-fiction novels like Brave New World and 1984 meld with our modern world... Read More

Book Review

The Christmas Code

by Diane Gardner

A sweet hidden Christmas message highlights the difference people can make when they reach out to others with compassion, love, and understanding. Ed J. Pinegar’s novella, "The Christmas Code", provides a heaping helping of the... Read More

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