Jerri Chase

Books

This member has not published any books.

Jerri Chase's favorite authors on Smashwords


Smashwords book reviews by Jerri Chase

  • Gone Away on June 20, 2012

    I discovered Hazel Holt's mysteries several years ago. I love Mrs. Malory, and her friends and village. And I own several of the later books in paperback, but was having troubles finding the early books. What a delight to find the first several for sale at Smashwords. I have just enjoyed rereading this first instalment and will be buying the others soon to fill in my collection.
  • Legacy: Arthurian Saga on June 20, 2012

    I was thrilled to be able to get all 4 of Mary Stewart's Merlin series in digital format for one low price. Well worth the need to change the font size on my Kindle for this book set, compared to most others. I love the Merlin books, especially The Crystal Cave, and am happy to have an eBook version to ride my Kindle, and to know that I can download versions for other eReaders if I should change. Now, of only Smashwords would get the rest of Mary Stewart's books, particularly the early thrillers, like Madam Will You Talk and Airs Above the Ground.
  • Laurie R. King's Sherlock Holmes on March 18, 2013
    (no rating)
    I have been a fan of Laurie King's Mary Russell/Sherlock Holmes books for years. I very much enjoyed reading this collection of essays that show her thoughts about Sherlock Holmes and the body of work about him and his life. It helps me understand how she came to develop Mary Russell and the essays are enjoyable in and of themselves. Well worth the mone!
  • New Zealand with a Hobbit Botherer on March 25, 2013

    A fun personal view of a trip to New Zealand, especially dealing with Lord Of the Rings/Middle Earth sights. I am enjoying the book. Not a guide book, but someone's description of their personal trip. BUT, the formatting is strange. The FONT size keeps going up and down, sometimes at least 3 different sizes of type on one page. I read some of this on my Kindle APP on my PC and I don't remember it doing this, but on my actual Kindle it is really distracting.