Books by Kathleen Korbel

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Dangerous Temptation

How much plot and description can be crammed into 299 pages? Well, the answer here is clearly “a lot”, but the big problem is that all that plot and all that description, along with the added irritation of Central Casting Irish dialect on every page, resulted in a book that, for me at least, wa ...

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A Soldier's Heart

Kathleen Korbel's RITA-winning A Soldier's Heart has long been considered a classic of the genre, and it continues to hold up as a most excellent read. A book that is perhaps even more timely and relevant today than when it was first published, it's a moving exploration of war's lingering effects, n ...

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Some Men's Dreams

Wow. There's really nothing more I can say that would convey my reaction to Kathleen Korbel's Some Men's Dreams better than that. It's simply phenomenal, a book that manages to deliver more deep emotions, intense scenes, remarkable characters and beautiful writing than books twic ...

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A Rose for Maggie

I picked up my copy of A Rose for Maggie at the UBS on one of those I-can't-find-anything-but-I-need-to-buy-something kind of days. I'd seen it before, had scanned the back cover and thought, "Down's Syndrome baby plot-Depressing." But on that particular desperate day I remembered how many times I'd ...