“Missing Maggie” is missing a little polish

“Missing Maggie” is a little like a Nicholas Sparks novel: You know what’s going to happen, but you have to read it to see how it plays out. Writer Jennifer Davidson has all the elements of a good story; now it just needs a little polishing to make it great.

Read the rest of the review by Gail Gabrielson at The Book Bag, http://bookbag.areavoices.com/2011/11/10/missing-maggie-is-missing-a-little-polish/.

Celebrate fall with Jess Lourey’s “October Fest”

The East Coast has author Janet Evanovich and her snappy fictional sleuth, Stephanie Plum. Minnesota can now claim author Jess Lourey and her witty librarian/reporter, Mira James who stars in the Murder-by-Month series which started with “May Day,” “June Bug” and “Knee High by the Fourth of July.”

For the full review, go to The Book Bag at www.bookbag.areavoices.com.