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A Portion of Malice (Ages of Malice, #1) by Lloyd Jeffries

A gripping and intricately plotted supernatural tale primed for a sequel… Jeffries kick starts his Ages of Malice series with this intriguingly dark supernatural tale of ancient prophecies and darkness. Struggling after a personal tragedy, the renowned journalist Emery Merrick…
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Runeheart by Gino Marchetti

Compelling, deeply immersive, and deliciously readable… Sinister secrets and otherworldly intrigue abound in Marchetti’s page-turning supernatural thriller. Two-centuries-old werewolf Rune has spent his life trying to give meaning to his curse while atoning for the damage it has caused. When…
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Never to Forget: The Promise of Love by Carlos Alvarado

Compulsively readable…  Alvarado’s latest novel is an absorbing tale of one woman’s struggles against social injustice, first as a saboteur during the Costa Rican revolution, and later, as wife to an abusive husband. Defying the notion that girls can’t be…
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The Fall of Faith by Jeff Berney

Dark and addictive…  Berney delivers a fine blend of thriller, beguiling romance, mayhem, and human drama in his latest novel. Divorced and lonely trucker Jimmy usually never stops anywhere other than his destination. But a small stop in the forgotten…
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Unfair Discrimination by Mark Shaiken

A top-class legal drama infused with high tension and relentless twists… Shaiken’s latest novel sees the endearing Josephina Jillian Jones catching a case that throws her in the path of a dangerous White supremist, upturning her life. Woody Clarke, the…
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The Legend of Chris Moose: The Most Beautiful Moose in the World by Allen Northcutt

An upbeat Christmas outing with a touch of kindness and a relatable story… In this ugly duckling retelling, Northcutt blends lyrical, free-verse text and delightful illustrations to form a fun-filled holiday tale that celebrates diversity, understanding, and acceptance. Ugly, the…
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Starship Malaysia by Keith Costelloe

A tense, evenly paced YA thriller… Costelloe’s page-turning thriller unfolds against the fascinating backdrop of 1980s Malaysia and Bangkok. Seventeen-year-old Scott finds his life in chaos after his father and stepmother are killed in a tragic car accident. Leaving his…
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The Two Wolves (A Dying Truth Exposed, Book Three) by Marcus Abston

A compelling, meticulously researched, inspiring tale of family ties and courage… In Abston’s third installment in A Dying Truth Exposed series, Annabelle and her Cherokee family are forced to make daring choices to confront the past and fight for their…
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Northern Escape by Cindy Folk

A harrowing tale of courage, resilience, and freedom… Folk’s suspenseful psychological thriller is an engrossing, unpredictable tale, taking readers on one woman’s journey to happiness and self-discovery. Trying to hide from her highly controlling and dangerous boyfriend, Grace Rhodes joins…
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Send Down the Master in Person: Reflections on Adolf Eichmann by A. Keith Carreiro

Emotionally arresting and poignant… In this beautifully composed narrative poem, Carreiro delves into the horrors unleashed by Nazi Germany, particularly Adolf Eichmann, a German-Austrian SS-Obersturmbannführer and one of the major organisers of the Holocaust, while paying homage to those who…