July 20, 2010

Review for Money isn’t Everything

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Title: Money isn’t Everything

Author: Billie A. Williams

Publisher: Wings ePress Inc.

Copyright: 2010

ISBN: 978-1-59705-443-2

Format: Paperback

Genre: Mystery

Suzanne grabbed one of the drinks and flung the contents at the booth Jayde and her bunch sat in, splashing down the front of Dolly and spattering a few drops on Jayde and Ebony. From abused and dying residents to (eventually), flying drinks, Mary barely recognized “Idle-a-While” nursing home. In the three short weeks of vacation, Mary’s workaday world was turned completely upside down.

Billie A. Williams puts Dr. Tanner Irish in as the stabilizing force. With his eye catching Spyder and to-die-for looks, he seems an unlikely candidate to straighten things out, but read and see. ‘Money isn’t everything’ is a hook-a-minute page turner that you won’t want to put down until you reach the very end. I highly recommend this book to all who love a good mystery.

This book and others by Billie Williams can be found at: http://www.billiewilliams.com


  1. Money Isn’t Everything is one of your best Billie. Notice I said, “one of”. They’re all “best”. Anyway Billie, hats off to you once again for this intriguing mystery. I’m waitiing for the next one to add to my collection. And Ron, your blog site is first class.

    Pee Wee

    Comment by Pee Wee (Sylvia Hamilton) — July 20, 2010 @ 8:25 am | Reply

  2. Hi Ron, and Pee Wee,
    Thanks for the nice review Ron – and Pee Wee is right your blog is clean, neat and packed full of good stuff.
    Thank you Pee Wee for your very kind comments.

    Comment by Billie A Williams — July 20, 2010 @ 9:18 am | Reply

  3. Hi, Ron!

    Checked out your blog yesterday (a day earlier than I thought) and couldn’t help laughing at your inputs…great site. So here I am again. Great Review for Billie’s Book. Thanks.


    Comment by Elena — July 20, 2010 @ 10:58 am | Reply

  4. Hi, Ron,

    I came for a visit yesterday but soon realized something was not quite right. But I did enjoy looking through your blog and reading what you had to say. I’m anxious to read Billie’s new book. What I’ve read of it so far (the first chapter) and your review I know I’ll like it as much as her other ones. Thanks for doing a review on her book during her blog tour.


    Comment by Janice — July 20, 2010 @ 1:40 pm | Reply

  5. Billie is amazing and her work is a tale tell of this. I have enjoyed reading your review on Billie and will visit tomorrow when I have a few more minutes to read your “unwriter” work too. I use a screen name poetress so i am glad there is someone else who enjoys a unique name.

    Comment by Renee Cryer — July 20, 2010 @ 6:23 pm | Reply

  6. Hi Ron, and Elena and Janice thanks for stopping by and for your nice comments. I am delighted you came – Ron’s blog is very professional and clean and I’m glad he invited me to participate. I’ll be here tomorrow as well.
    thanks Ron

    Comment by Billie — July 20, 2010 @ 8:25 pm | Reply

  7. I don’t think I have seen such a fantastic interview… It gave us a real look into Billie… thank you for such a look… I will be visiting more and more to enjoy your work 🙂

    Comment by Renee cryer — July 21, 2010 @ 6:26 pm | Reply

  8. Billie,

    Try one of the Amelia Peabody books by Elizabeth Peters. You’ll like her. She has a touch of romance, lots of intrigue, some suspense, mystery-she has it all.

    Comment by Elaine Cantrell — July 22, 2010 @ 11:53 am | Reply

  9. Hi, Ron — Back again!

    Loved the interview…great questions. Gee Billie…I’d go to the International Space Station,how could you possibly pass up a chance like that? Just think of all those twinkling stars in the blackness of the Universe winking at you.
    As to the two protagonists in your novel…Sandra and Nicholas are a perfect match. IMHO that is ;-)!

    Comment by Elena — July 22, 2010 @ 11:59 am | Reply

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