Marion Marchetto

I'm an author, book reviewer, and blogger. You can find info on me and my books on my website: www.marionmarchetto.com
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reviewed: The Little Yarnmouth Abduction by Tim Van Minton
Twelve year old Evan Peregrine is plagued by nightmares where he relives the accident at sea where he lost not only his leg b...
reviewed: The Primrose Way by Jackie French Koller
In The Primrose Way by Jackie French Koller we find a detailed account of the first years of settlement in the Boston colony ...
reviewed: One Thousand White Women by Jim Fergus
One Thousand White Women is the story of May Dodd, a Chicago socialite from the 1800s, who signs on to the Federal government...
reviewed: The Wedding Chapel by Rachel Hauck
Heart’s Bend, Tennessee is the setting for The Wedding Chapel by Rachel Hauck. Let the town’s name give you a clue as to the ...
January 2015
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text: Oak Cliff – Free Chapter
I’m offering here the Prologue of OAK CLIFF: A TALE OF DARKNESS AND DESPAIR. Prologue 1870 Inky darkness cloaked the bedro...
reviewed: All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
Marie-Laure LeBlanc is alone in her Uncle’s home when she hears the approach of American planes on their path to bombing the ...
reviewed: Everything: The Untold Story of The Rich Young Ruler by Richard A. Hackett, Jr.
Have you often wondered how the stories in the Bible relate to today’s world? I, for one, have done that many times. Many tim...
reviewed: A First Class Christmas by Marion Marchetto (short story)
While the wealthy Newkirk family is preparing to celebrate Christmas Eve, Jakub Bobrowski is finishing up his work for the da...
reviewed: The Last Orphans by N. W. Harris
We first meet sixteen-year-old Shane just after his grandmother’s funeral. He is there with his father and his father’s lady ...
reviewed: Rena's Promise: Two Sisters in Auschwitz by Heather Dune Macadam
I have read many stories about the harsh realities suffered by the Jews during World War II. Nothing I’ve read comes close to...
reviewed: Adrift by Robin Wainwright
I absolutely love stories with a touch of history and the paranormal. So I was excited to win a copy of Adrift from the autho...
reviewed: The Sapphire Brooch by Katherine Lowry Logan
Charlotte Mallory is a well-respected surgeon in Richmond, Virginia. Her brother Jack is a successful author. The Mallory nam...