Bookshop Bistro

By Lynn Willoughby [break] The Girl Who Wrote in Silk ~ Kelli Estes [break] History is full of brutality, most of it unrecorded.  We in Canada have just heard the results...

Matty slips away from her husband one night and enters a dangerous dream world, where she meets an enigmatic man intent on stealing her heart in order to win the prize...

By Lynn Willoughby The Curiosity ~ Stephan P. Kiernan This is a debut novel and it is powerful, and takes on a lot of big questions.  “What is the true measure...

George Mercer, a former Jasper National Park Warden has just released Wood Buffalo, his second novel in the Dyed In The Green series, the first fiction series about Canada’s national park...

  I hate zombie novels. They make me groan and roll my eyes, perhaps a little unfairly and perhaps a little judgementally. I do try, however, to read a novel from...

Aeonosphere is an exciting adventure that crosses time and space quite spectacularly.  Tom Scandari, our intrepid hero, is on the edge of a great discovery – and no doubt, a great story...

(Subtitled – A Mia Kazmaroff Mystery Book 1) Reckless was provided to me by Kindle free of charge and is the first of a series of Mia Kazmaroff Mysteries, written by...

By Lynn Willoughby Astray by Emma Donahue This is the most interesting concept for short stories I have ever read.  Each is only 4 or 5 pages long and at the end is...

Seventeen year old Saira Elian’s mother has gone missing – again.  But this time, she doesn’t come back and Saira has to go looking for her.  It’s during this time that...

According to all standard and logical thinking, I did this all wrong, I read French’s second book in the series; Desire, before I read her first book Muse. Big Mistake? Actually,...

From My Bookshelf by Lynn Willoughby: Euphoria ~ Lily King This one deals with a love triangle for three anthropologists in the jungles of New Guinea. Having read about Margaret Mead...

From My Bookshelf by Lynn Willoughby: Us Conductors ~ Sean Michaels This novel by Canadian Sean Michaels won the 2014 Giller Prize. However, this doesn’t always mean it is a great...