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Twelve Patients: Life and Death at Bellevue Hospital Erick Manheimer, MD Grand Central Publishing – 2013 by – Sheri de Grom Twelve Patients: Life and Death at Bellevue Hospital by Dr. Erick Manheimer is written with passion rooted in medicine … Continue reading

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de Grom’s Top Ten Reads of 2013 Book Reviews by – Sheri de Grom Sheri de Grom’s Top Nine Fiction Novels and a Memoir  Please note that not all of the novels listed in my top ten for the year … Continue reading

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Summer Rental – Mary Kay Andrews St. Martin’s Griffin/2011    Reviewed By: Sheri de Grom Summer Rental by Mary Kay Andrews qualifies as a beach read, should you be in the mood to head out with a cooler full of … Continue reading

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Tapestry of Fortunes – Elizabeth Berg – Review Random House/2013 By – Sheri de Grom Elizabeth Berg’s latest novel, Tapestry of Fortunes, invites the reader into the lives of four women. Cecilia Ross, the main character, is looking for change … Continue reading

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A Tread of Truth – Marie Bostwick – Book Review Kensington Books/2009   By – Sheri de Grom  A Thread of Truth is the second book in Marie Bostwick’s Cobbled Court series. Like fragments of fabric in a cherished handmaid … Continue reading

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FINDING EMMA – STEENA HOLMES – BOOK REVIEW

Finding Emma – Steena Holmes – Book Review Amazon Publishing/2012   By: Sheri de Grom  Steena Holmes introduces the reader to a family in crisis from chapter one in Finding Emma. At times I had to force myself to breath … Continue reading

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The Promise of Stardust – Priscille Sibley William Morrow/2013   By – Sheri de Grom In her debut novel, The Promise of Stardust, Priscille Sibley breaks almost every rule I was taught as a new fiction writer. Yet, her novel … Continue reading

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Margaret From Maine – Joseph Monninger Plume/2013   By – Sheri de Grom I once read that Joseph Monninger wrote with all five senses wide open. In his latest novel, Margaret From Maine, that’s exactly what I experienced. I knew … Continue reading

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Joy For Beginners – Erica Bauermeister – Book Review                                                             Berkley … Continue reading

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THE ROUND HOUSE – LOUISE ERDRICH – BOOK REVIEW

The Round House – Louise Erdrich                                                                     … Continue reading

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