I thought this was one of the more well-rounded, entertaining "Cat Who" books the author has written. Several story lines to follow in addition to the cat antics and, of course, a murder to solve. Worthwhile read.
Another entertaining installation from Joanna Carl and amateur sleuth, Lee McKinney. Lee moves back to Lake Michigan to work at her aunt's chocolate store after her divorce, who then promptly finds her aunt's chocolates at the heart of a death-by-chocolate murder!
Principles of Christian Coaching-illuminates the rich relationship between Biblical teaching and coaching concepts. Designed to be helpful as a reference for those who want to coach, or be coached, from a Christian perspective. Ask such questions as "What do you want?" and how Jesus allows and encourages choices in his response. Includes exercises to help you gain clarity. Good book!
What I enjoyed about this book was the two developing romances, which were at times steamy, all while working to uncover a murder mystery. Romantic, funny, sexy; a quick, light read - a little something for everyone!
Thoroughly enjoyable installation from "Needlecraft Mystery" writer, Monica Ferris, set during the holidays. (I'm not sure if the author has done anymore holiday murder mysteries but this one is a keeper!) Sure to please any cozy mystery reader.
300 recipes to help jumpstart your weight loss plan or for those looking to reduce their carbohydrate intake. What's nice about this book is that it include ethnic cuisine: low-carb Italian, Mexican, Fusion, French and a section for 5 or fewer ingredients, etc. Good cookbook-just time to pass it along to someone else.