Reviews by Trish Perry
On 10/3 Trish Perry wrote: Was the ritualistic murder of a lonely high school girl in New York's tony Westchester County the work of a sinister band of teens, a supernatural force of evil, or a collaboration of both? The only thing certain when Waking Hours opens is the identity of the victim and the fact that eerie, downright ... Waking Hours by Lis Wiehl and Pete Nelson
On 9/6 Trish Perry wrote: Is there a place in God’s kingdom, a chance for forgiveness, for a woman who has committed one of the biggies, sin-wise? That’s one of the questions addressed in Kim Cash Tate’s novel, Cherished. Most of us, Christian or otherwise, know the answer in our heads. But in our hearts? It’s difficult ... A good read for those suffering from guilt.