Review: How to Survive for Tourists


New York City is a huge and busy town. Here, is a practical guide on how to travel the streets and learn the etiquette of the people. Readers can find the facts on the big city life.You will laugh, & you will cry in that metropolis called New York, get the inside scoop no one else will tell you! This is a fun, enlightening and entertaining read.

Rating: 5-stars


How to Survive for Tourists by Hope Christian is an excellent source for all who are traveling to New York City. New York is one of the biggest and busiest cities in the United States. How to survive as a tourist crucial. I’ve been to New York myself. Before going, I was taught how to keep my money safe. Inside this nonfiction book, readers can find out more ways to survive while exploring the beautiful city. Overall, it’s a great read and I recommend it to others. 

Review: Scar Tissue



When successful model Ciara Kelly wakes up in the hospital, remembering nothing of the weeks she has been missing, her only clues are the ugly words carved into her skin. According to the police, she was a victim of the Cutter, a serial killer who has already murdered three women. For her protection the police and her doctors give a press conference, announcing that because her amnesia is organically caused, her memory loss is permanent. But, whether her memory returns or not is anybody’s guess.
Overnight, Ciara’s glamorous life is gone. Her scars have killed both her modelling career and her relationship with her rich boyfriend. With nothing to keep her in New York, she returns to her hometown of Seattle, moves in with her sister and goes about building a new life. But when her sister lets it slip that Ciara’s memory is returning, the killer comes after her again. If Ciara is to stay alive, she must keep one step ahead of the Cutter.

Rating: 5 stars


Scar Tissue by M. C. Domovitch is a thriller that kept me wide awake and on the edge of my seat. The terror of running away from the danger in the beginning to waking up from a coma and not remembering a thing…only to know that the killer is still out there and may come after her. Ciara Kelly was a beautiful model until someone went after her. Terrible words like whore and slut carved into her skin…as well as other beatings. The intensity and fear of what happened and what’s to come to Ciara yet…kept me turning the pages quickly. Fast-paced and brilliantly well-written tale that keeps readers in suspense thinking who could really be the killer. There’s a whole family, who have a motive for hurting Ciara…especially since she’s a model and dating one of the son’s. Of course, her career isn’t morally acceptable for his family inheritance…

Scar Tissue is exactly as it sounds…a young woman is scarred both inside and out with all of the fear, running, and almost death experiences. It’s no wonder she’s on the run. After her sister is mistakenly killed, Ciara knows that the killer won’t stop until he has her dead. What she doesn’t know is that a dead man is alive and a serious maniac. One who is known as the cutter. Then there’s a person everyone should be able to trust who planned for her death with the serial killer. Money in millions does a lot to people…some go crazy enough to commit murder after murder…M. C. Domivitch is indeed a talented writer whose words pulled me deep inside this dark, frightening, and suspenseful thriller. I didn’t know who the serial killer was nor who his partner was until the very ending. Ciara is one lucky woman so they say…but will she be lucky enough to escape alive for the last time? Overall, I absolutely loved reading this exciting and masterfully woven piece. I highly recommend it to readers everywhere.

Review: The Letter Writer



The first thing Woodrow Cain sees when he steps off the train in New York City on February 9, 1942, is smoke from an ocean liner in flames in the harbor. It’s the Normandie, and word on the street is that it was burned by German saboteurs. “Ten lousy minutes in New York and already his new life felt as full of loss and betrayal as the one he’d left behind.”

What he left behind in a small North Carolina town was a wife who’d left him, a daughter in the care of his sister, and a career as a police officer marred by questions surrounding his partner’s murder. When he gets a job with the NYPD, he wants to believe it’s the beginning of a new life, though he suspects that the past is as tenacious as “a parasite in the bloodstream.”

It’s on the job that Cain comes in contact with a man who calls himself Danziger. He has the appearance of a “crackpot,” but he speaks five languages, has the manners of a man of means and education—and he appears to be the one person who can help Cain identify a body just found floating in the Hudson River. But who exactly is Danziger? He’s a writer of letters for illiterate immigrants on Manhattan’s Lower East Side—“a steadfast practitioner of concealing and forgetting” for his clients, and perhaps for himself: he hints at a much more worldly past. What and whoever he really is or has been, he has a seemingly boundless knowledge of the city and its denizens. And he knows much more than the mere identity of the floating corpse. For one thing, he knows how the dead man was involved in New York City’s “Little Deutschland,” where swastikas were proudly displayed just months before. And he also seems to know how the investigation will put Cain—and perhaps his daughter and the woman he’s fallen for—in harm’s way. But even Danziger can’t know that the more he and Cain investigate, the nearer they come to the center of a citywide web of possibly traitorous corruption from which neither of them may get out alive.

Rating: 5 stars


The Letter Writer by Dan Fesperman is a political thriller that will automatically entice its readers to it plot’s depth. Danger, intrigue, politics, and spies all masterfully woven for readers entertainment. I loved the sense of excitement and fear on every page. Readers don’t know what to expect until it happens.  Dan Fesperman’s writing has a way of sucking its readers into its tale. The way the novel is told, it creates a sense of actually being there and experiencing it all with one’s own eyes and ears. The scenes have a way of popping, to life, and sends readers on a race for truth.

Dan Fesperman takes readers on a journey that involves a city full of corruption, danger, and murder. The Letter Writer is fantastic…tons of action, suspense, and keeps readers guessing. One man witnesses an ocean liner go up in flames, his past life is a mess and now he’s an NYPD officer in New York and his partner is murdered. This alone will leave readers on the edge of their seats in anticipation of what’s to come. The title of this novel comes into play when this police office, Cain, meets a man who is a writer. Together these two unlikely characters pair up to investigate the city’s crimes that involve a group using swastikas. When one wearing a swastika pops up dead the danger heats up…and as with all investigators, Cain’s life isn’t the only life that may be placed into danger…his daughter and a woman whom he’s falling for might just be pulled into this intricate and highly intense investigation. Stakes are high but so are the possibilities of surviving it all. This was the first time that I have read any work by Dan Fesperman and I loved it. A novel worthy of every readers’ attention…addictive, fast-paced, and thrilling. Overall, I highly recommend this stunning novel, The Letter Writer, to readers everywhere.

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