Maurine Shea

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Smashwords book reviews by Maurine Shea

  • Poverty Gulch on Jan. 09, 2013

    It's a delight to read a story of fiction that tells the history of our mountain towns with humor and attention to detail. He is a skilled writer, carving his characters from the mountains, streams,valleys and plains of Colorado.
  • The Last Smythe - Book #1 on Jan. 09, 2013

    I wish I had previewed this book before buying it. The story plot is very good, the writing is not. There are long narratives, paragraphs and sentences that are hard to navigate. The history reads like a text. The author could greatly improve her story by using more dialogue and less telling. Also, reading the story aloud or having someone else do so before publishing might help catch grammatical and punctuation errors. I was very disappointed in the writing style, but loved the plot. $5.99 was too much to pay for this book.
  • Fudge-Laced Felonies on Jan. 27, 2013

    This is a fun read with lots of twists and turns. There is something for everyone: mystery, romance, chocolates and gardening...or perhaps 'miss-gardening.' Try to figure it out. Things are not always as they seem.
  • Birdsong of the Penateka on March 19, 2013

    Reading BIRDSONG OF THE PENATEKA became a must for me after I read TOWARD A NEW BEGINNING (the first book in the Arkansas River Collection.) That's where I first fell in love with the beautiful Commanche, Birdsong, the "healing one." I had to know what happened to her. Reading this book, or any of Bob's books, is like being there ... becoming one with the history and legends of our country. When Bob gave me a copy of his first book, I read it as a courtesy to a co-worker. After all, I grew up on westerns; I don't do them any more ... until now. This is a must read for anyone who loves history woven into a fictional story where facts are accurate and goodness prevails.
  • Stanton - (Journeys of The Heart Collection) on March 19, 2013

    This is what real men are made of ... grit, determination, a passion for life and the good values, and sense, that mean the difference between life and death; between living with loss or taking the risk to love again.
  • Stanton - (Journeys of The Heart Collection) on March 19, 2013

    STANTON shows us what real men are made of ... grit, determination, being one with the land, and a christian sense of right and wrong. I was drawn into the losses and loves, the battles against prejudice and pure evil, wondering if good would prevail. Again, this author shows he is an exceptional story teller.