Frances Carden

About Frances

Frances has been published in Abundant Grace, Magical: An Anthology of Fantasy, Fairy Tales, and other Magical Fiction for Adults, Answers I’ll Accept: True Accounts of Online Dating, 20 Something Magazine, and Wisteria Magazine. She wrote for Epinions.com for eight years.

Frances has a Masters in Fiction Writing from Johns Hopkins  and works as a technical writer during the day, where she attempts to make software exciting.

Frances’ Reviews

Potted Gardener, The

Revenge of the Green-Eyed Monster By: M.C. Beaton Agatha gets the green thumb – mostly from green envy when she ...
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Collie’s Sequel Excerpt

It didn’t take long at all for her and Sarah to walk down the hallway to the stairway and carefully ...
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Vicious Vet, The

Murder, Mayhem, and Romance! Author: M.C. Beaton In her second sleuthing adventure, Agatha is out to catch a man, and ...
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French Pressed

A Bitter Brew for Joy Author: Cleo Coyle When Joy’s steamy affair with her illustrious boss, the famed chef Tommy ...
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Bubbles All the Way

A Delightful, Comedic Cozy Mystery for Christmas Author: Sarah Strohmeyer In the sixth, and currently last of Sarah Strohmeyer’s screwball ...
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The Bible: A Biography

A Toxic Panacea: A Made-Up History of the Bible Author: Karen Armstrong Karen Armstrong’s short, eight chapter opus, attempts to ...
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Electric Angel

A Very Human Supernatural Author: Sue Dent Anna Chadwick, pregnant with twin boys, is dying of cancer, and with her, ...
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Travels in the Congo

A Non-Emotional Version of Daily, Small History in French Colonial Africa Author: Andre Gide Travels in the Congo is a ...
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Plague Year

Post-apocalyptic Nanotechnology and the Selfish Nature of Humans Author: Jeff Carlson Beginning with a Cormac Mccarthy like bleakness, Plague Year ...
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Scripture and the Authority of God

Authority, History, and Tradition of Scripture Broken Down Author: N.T. Wright I grew up fundamentalist and deeply rooted in proof ...
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N.T. Wright

N.T. Wright is a Bishop and Biblical scholar. He has authored many books on the subject/ ...
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Decaffeinated Corpse

Murder is Certainly a Buzz Kill Arthur: Cleo Coyle When Ric Gostwick, elegant playboy and boyhood pall of Clare’s philandering ...
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Two Dragons (Zaniyah Trilogy, Book 2)

Enter a Land of Magic and Dragons Author: Kelly Ann Jacobson Left at a cliffhanger ending, the Zaniyah trilogy returns ...
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Red Book of Primrose House, The

Pru Parke, gardener extraordinaire and casual sleuth, has been invited to re-create the garden around the esteemed Primrose House, returning ...
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Marty Wingate

Marty Wingate is the author of the Potting Shed mysteries and several non-fiction books about gardening ...
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Wandering into Myths: Problems with the Protestant Church of Christ’s Theory of Apostasy and Restoration

A Discussion Between Fundamentalism and Catholicism Author: Patrick Vandapool As a little bit of necessary background for this review, I ...
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Patrick Vandapool

Patrick Vandapool was a preacher for the Church of Christ and later, after much soul searching, transitioned and became a ...
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Mrs. Kaplan and the Matzo Ball of Death

 A Tepid Start to a New Mystery Series Author: Mark Reutlinger Something’s brewing at the Rebecca Cohen Home for Jewish ...
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Mark Reutlinger

Mark Reutlinger is the author of Made in China and Mrs. Kaplan and the Matzo Ball of Death ...
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Quiche of Death, The

Agatha's First Cozy Mystery Author: M.C. Beaton Agatha Raisin, pushy PR firm leader extraordinaire, is ready for early retirement and ...
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