Foreword Reviews

Pat Wolff, Book Reviewer

Book Review

The Silent Stars Go By

by Pat Wolff

The Silent Stars Go By is filled with the nostalgia of Christmas. Set in Madison, Georgia, this touching book tells how life changed for Williams in 1959 as he spent his last Christmas in the country. He brings back Christmases of the... Read More

Book Review

Older but Wilder

by Pat Wolff

In her third book, Wilder has responded to her readers? request for another novel of what it means to live life at the fullest for Hattie McNair and her fellow residents at Fair Acres Retirement Home. Miss Hattie has just returned to the... Read More

Book Review

Cooking With Dogs

by Pat Wolff

When you hear a dog barking in your neighborhood, think about this-there are another 52.9 million dogs being loved and taken care of by 31 percent of the population. We are dog parents who treat our pets like children. Most of the... Read More

Book Review

Psycho Kitty?

by Pat Wolff

In reading about the bizarre cat behavior cases that Pam Johnson Bennett has successfully handled, one has to be impressed with her insight into the feline world. Pam proves over and over again that a cat’s bad habits can be changed.... Read More

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