Books I’ve Reviewed

RRBC Review of The Stranger by Joan Hall    4 Stars


The sad story about a daughter who never felt loved or appreciated by her mother. The story begins with her mother’s funeral. Longing to find her roots, the daughter begins to search her ancestry. Enter the stranger in the story. The ending is heartwarming and gives closure to all the characters. I truly enjoyed reading this book. It kept me hooked in trying to figure out who the stranger was, and how he fits into the daughter’s life.

The Stranger by [Hall, Joan]


RRBC Review of Hunters: Hunters (The Demon Series Book 1)              3 Star Rated

I am trying to find the right words for this review. I can’t say it was excellent, but also that it was not entertaining. The story jumped right in and it took a while before I could identify with the characters and what they were doing. The editing needs some work. There were punctuation errors etc. By the middle of the book though, I was hooked enough to finish it. My interest was mostly on the main male character, Zee. The ending also leaves me with wanting to see where the story is going.

I would recommend it for someone looking for an easy read.

Hunters: Hunters (The Demon Series Book 1) by [Sheridan, Aoife Marie]

RRBC Review of Vampire Island (Hunter Series Book 1) by Sandra Cox               4 Star Rated

Fun light reading. YA readers will enjoy the main character.


Vampire Island (Hunter Series Book 1) by [Cox, Sandra]

RRBC Review of The Computer Heist by Michael P King            4 Star Rated

I enjoyed reading this book. The twists and turns kept me engaged. There were one or two issues with the story line but it did not detract from my liking it. Companies have back up upon backup of their programming. It is hard to imagine one copy being the only one in existence. The characters were all in it for the money, and I found none to really root for. Even with all this, I had to keep reading to find out what happens.


The Computer Heist (The Travelers Book 2): Fast paced hack novel of partners in crime: Computer Heist, Computer Crime, Con Artist. by [King, Michael P.]