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Life After by Katie Ganshert

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"Life After" by Katie Ganshert is about Autumn Manning the only survivor of a train bombing and Paul Elliott who lost his wife in the bombing.  This book is about healing and being truthful with yourself and the world.  This was interesting book on how two people come together as unexpected friends due to a severe tragedy.  Also it touches on how lies from the past can come up and hurt you in the present I can't clarify anymore of that as it will ruin the book.  The characters and their history was well written.  Also the story kept at a good pace while bringing up the past of the bombing but not dwelling on it. I really liked how the author did a story on what happens to survivors either of the bombing or the family left behind.  It was very good novel and I highly recommend it.
I was given this book from blogging from books for free and was not required to give a positive review.

Justice Delayed by Patricia Bradley

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"Justice Delayed" by Patricia Bradley is Memphis Cold Case Novel, crime reporter Andi Hollister's sister was murdered and the killer is going to be put to death very soon but is he the killer.  New evidence/incidents show that maybe killer that is behind bars is not the killer.  Andi and Detective Will Kincaide must find who the truly killer is before someone else gets hurt as they unlikely fall in love. The book starts out with Andi's sister before her murder and then gets to the present very fast.   This was very intriguing book with a little romance but mainly mystery.  This book did not make the police always look like the hero's or well I can't say what I was thinking as it will give away the killer.  It developed the character very well and really developed the feelings of characters trying to come to terms with that their family member's killer might not be in jail.  So much more could be said but I don't want to give anymore away about it.   …

In the Shadow of Denali by Tracie Peterson

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"In the Shadow of Denali" by Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse is the first in "The Heart of Alaska" series. It takes place in the early 1900's as Cassidy Ivanoff and her father help with coming visit of President Harding's visit.  Cassidy is a cook's assistant while her father John is an exploration guide for wealthy clients.  Years prior John was with a group that lost a member the father of Allan Brennan whom has come to Mount Denali to find out answers on why or how his dad died.  This book was interesting on bringing true history of Alaska with a fictional mystery and romance story.  The mystery is the main portion of the story.  I really liked how the authors intertwined the main characters history with the present.  This was well written book that had a very entertaining story without a huge amount of romance or drama to it.  I highly recommend it as a fun read and can't wait for the next book in the series.
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Human Acts by Han Kang

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"Human Acts" by Han King is about a violent student uprising in South Korea in the 1980's from the perspective of the victims and those that were left behind.  This book was powerful and graphic.  No not sexual graphic like so many today but violent graphic.  As it really explains in detail what has happen in the violent uprising to the victims.  It is not a pretty thing and it is not a book to read if you get queasy easily.  It also dwells into the mental damage done to the survivors.  Oh this book is so hard to read but at the same time very powerful.  The ways people have suffered to fight for what they think is right is so evident in this book.  I highly recommend it as it is a powerful read but be warned it is stomach churning.

I was given this book from Blogging for Books for free and not required to give a review.