Funeral For an Owl, by Jane Davis

๐ŸŽง Audiobook review ๐ŸŽง The best way to avoid trouble, thinks Ayisha Emmanuelle, is to avoid confrontation. As an inner-city schoolteacher, she does a whole lot of avoidance. 14-year-old Shamayal Thomas trusts no one. Not the family, not the gang. And at school, trusting people is forbidden. Jim Stevens teaches history. Haunted by his own, … Continue reading Funeral For an Owl, by Jane Davis

My Lies, Your Lies, by Susan Lewis

๐ŸŽง Audiobook review ๐ŸŽง Ghost-writer Joely Foster has been asked to write the memoir of an eccentric old lady with a troubling past. Relieved to have a break from her own marital difficulties, Joely escapes to the womanโ€™s isolated house, where she gets to work writing about a pivotal event in Freda Donahoeโ€™sย life.ย On its surface, … Continue reading My Lies, Your Lies, by Susan Lewis