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Book Reviews 

Thewritingbarn.com's Review of Hooker Avenue

Booktrib.com's Review of HOOKER AVENUE

What I'm Reading & Reviewing - April 2022

What I  Reading and Reviewing - April 2022

What I'm Reading & Reviewing - March 2022

What I'm Reading & Reviewing - February 2022

What I Read and Reviewed in 2021 made Booktrib's Top of 2021 List!

What I'm Reading and Reviewing - December 2021

What I'm Reading and Reviewing- December 2021

What I'm Reading and Reviewing - November 2021

What I'm Reading and Reviewing - October 2021

What I'm Reading and Reviewing - September 2021

What I'm Reading and Reviewing - September 2021

What I'm Reading and Reviewing - August 2021

What I'm Reading and Reviewing - July 2021

What I'm Reading and Reviewing - June 2021

What I'm Reading and Reviewing - May 2021

Books I'm Reading & Revewing - April 2021

Books I'm Reading & Reviewing - April 2021

Books I'm Reading and Reviewing - March 2021

Books I'm Reading and Reviewing - February 2021

Books I'm Reading and Reviewing - January 2021

 

My Review Archives

 

 

MC Beaton - Beating About the Bush

https://booktrib.com/2020/02/10/crafty-cranky-amateur-pi-agatha-raisin-back-on-the-case-in-beating-about-the-bush/

 

 

Terry McMillan- It's Not All Downhill from Here

https://booktrib.com/2020/03/31/girlfriends-make-aging-fun-and-fulfilling-in-its-not-all-downhill-from-here/

 

 

Veronica Roth - The Chosen Ones

https://booktrib.com/2020/04/06/only-magic-can-save-the-world-in-chosen-ones/

 

 

Suzanne Collins - The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes (Preview)

https://booktrib.com/2020/05/19/coriolanus-snow-plays-the-unlikely-protagonist-in-the-ballad-of-songbirds-and-snakes/

 

Suzanne Collins- The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes 

https://booktrib.com/2020/06/09/coriolanus-snow-lands-on-top-in-the-ballad-of-songbirds-and-snakes/

 

 

Stephanie Meyer- Midnight Sun 

https://booktrib.com/2020/08/04/stephanie-meyers-midnight-sun-retells-twilight-from-edwards-perspective/

 

 

Jenny Milchman - The Second Mother 

https://booktrib.com/2020/08/18/want-ad-lures-grieving-mom-to-island-of-intrigue-in-the-second-mother/

 

 

Louise Penny - All The Devils Are Here 

https://booktrib.com/2020/09/01/a-parisian-vacation-leads-armand-gamache-to-danger-in-all-the-devils-are-here/

 

 

Ann Cleeves - The Darkest Night 

https://booktrib.com/2020/09/08/the-darkest-evening-intertwines-ds-vera-stanhopes-estranged-family-and-murder/

 

 

Tana French - The Searcher 

https://booktrib.com/2020/10/06/tana-french-the-searcher/

 

 

Don Delillo - The Silence 

https://booktrib.com/2020/10/23/where-were-you-when-the-lights-went-out-asks-delillo-in-his-latest-novel/

 

 

Nev March - Murder In Old Bombay 

https://booktrib.com/2020/11/10/is-it-suicide-or-murder-in-old-bombay/

 

 

MC Beaton - Hot to Trot

https://booktrib.com/2020/11/17/agatha-raisin-jumps-the-hurdles-in-hot-to-trot/ 

 

 

Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish

 https://booktrib.com/2020/11/13/outlander-stars-heughan-and-mctavish-storm-the-scottish-highlands-in-kilts/

 

 

Edwin Hill - Watch Her 

https://booktrib.com/2020/12/30/toddlers-death-revives-family-secrets-amid-murder-in-watch-her/

 

 

 

 

News

The Writer's Law School at the NY Foundation for the Arts Conference, Kingston, NY (November 5, 2021)

THE MIDNIGHT CALL named a "Must-Read" by USA Today Network

The USA Today Network included me and THE MIDNIGHT CALL in a list of "must-reads," recent works from regional authors as well as from some who soon will be appearing at bookstores and festivals. Also on the list were: Mary Beth Keene ("Ask Again, Yes"), Colson Whitehead ("The Nickel Boys"), James Patterson ("Unsolved"), Rebecca Godfrey ("Under the Bridge") and Julie Orringer ("The Flight Portfolio"), to name a few. What an exciting group to be included within!

THE MIDNIGHT CALL - Poughkeepsie Journal Front Page News

Barbara Gallo Farrell wrote a wonderful article in the June 6th Poughkeepsie Journal about the inspiration for my novel, The Midnight Call, and the underlying tragedy behind the book.

While the true story remains a painful blot on the history of Poughkeepsie, my protagonist, Jessie Martin, Esq., faces and overcomes obstacles to reclaim her life and prove her innocence of unfounded charges levies against her. Jessie untangles the web of lies and reveals the shocking truths behind the homicide. This quest turns out to be the fight of her life; to preserve everything and everyone she holds dear.

Mysterious Book Store, New York City (July 18, 2019)
Murder by the Book, Houston, TX (June 27, 2019)
Oblong Books and Music Book Launch, Rhinebeck, NY (June 20, 2019)

It's Book Fair Season!

Millbrook Literary Festival, May 18, 2019
Bronx Book Fair, May 4, 2019

Booktrib.com Interview with Jenny Milchman