Book Review | “Trammel’s Trace”

Review By Francene DePrez Many years ago, we hosted the Trammel’s Trace Rendezvous at Diamond Don RV Park for Mountainmen portraying the early 1800’s.  At the time, Gary Pinkerton had a dormant website, http://www.TrammelsTrace.com.  I called him and asked if we could have the site to promote our Rendezvous.  He graciously consented. After a few… Read More Book Review | “Trammel’s Trace”

Book Review | “Pete the Cat Saves Christmas”

Review By Francene DePrez I asked Debbie Brewer at the front desk of Jefferson Carnegie Library to recommend a children’s book to read over the Christmas holidays. She highly recommended this book. I agree! It is a wonderful book to read with the children at bedtime. The inside cover says that it is a “rockin’… Read More Book Review | “Pete the Cat Saves Christmas”

Book Review | “The Punishment She Deserves”

Review By Francene DePrez This book is the latest in a mystery series featuring Inspector Thomas Lynley and his partner Sergeant Barbara Havers, both with Scotland Yard. Elizabeth George has been writing books in this series since 1988. Even though this is the first book I have read by George, I picked up the relationships… Read More Book Review | “The Punishment She Deserves”

Book Review | “Reveille, First Lady of Texas A&M”

Review By Leah Cooper As I was trying to select a book to review for the Thanksgiving issue of the Jimp, my thoughts turned to food, faith and football. Browsing the Jefferson Carnegie Library’s collection at jeffersoncarnegielibrary.com, I knew I had found the perfect book when Reveille First Lady of Texas A&M came up. Who… Read More Book Review | “Reveille, First Lady of Texas A&M”