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Ablaze – Ten Years That Shook The World by Peter Rowe

An illuminating study of the past… Highly readable. Rowe’s latest is an engaging, relevant work that delves into the history of the world during the crazy, sweltering mash-up of action and change that was the decade covering years of 1965-75.…
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Iris of the Willow: Part 1: February 29th by Michael DeDominicis

Ingeniously structured and damn engrossing… The intriguing fantasy land of Dea Dominion serves as the setting for DeDominicis’s sparkling debut. Trying to come to terms with the suffocating conditions of her life, Iris Paisley finds a friend and companion in…
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Lines Through a Prism by Bob Siqveland

Thoughtful, endearing, and greatly entertaining… Siqveland’s latest is a darkly absorbing mystery, featuring 74-year-old ex-assassin for a black-ops government sub-agency. When a whimsical notion takes “Woody” Woodward to Jekyll Island on the east coast of Georgia, he has nothing but…
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The Widow’s Walk by John Anthony Miller

A top-class mystery romance infused with poignant emotions and charming characters… Mystery and intrigue abound in Miller’s deeply engrossing latest, taking readers into a middle-age, newly divorced woman’s journey to finding love and fulfillment. NYC editor Audrey Taylor is hurting…
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Circles, Lines, and Squiggles by W Nikola-Lisa

Wholly engaging and thoroughly entertaining… A hefty guide to astrological charts. Nikola-Lisa’s latest is an enjoyable, behind-the scenes look at the fascinating world of astrology. The narrative is a mix of the author’s personal anecdotes, his lively conversations with Castor…
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A Killer Secret by Jeff Berney

An addictive, devour-in-one-sitting psychological thriller… Berney’s debut mixes a hefty dose of darkness with mystery and intrigue to create a deeply engrossing psychological suspense. Struggling to come to terms with her troubled relationship with her mentor and boyfriend, the very…
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Primeval Waters by William Burke

A single-sitting thrillerish read… The formidable prehistoric monsters wreak havoc in Burke’s shocking and enormously clever latest Sci-fi action thriller. When planetary geologist Dr. Micah Clarke is abducted with his nine-year-old daughter Faye and his assistant Catalina Abril at gunpoint…
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Bosco and the Bees by Cat Ritchie

Authentic, relevant, and utterly immersive… Ritchie’s immersive debut blends a hefty dose of magic and intrigue with adolescent dilemma to create a solid fairy story. Bosco, a young fairy, is content living in the mountains of the Continental Divide. But…
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Winterset Hollow: A Novel by Jonathan Edward Durham

A compelling whirlpool of a story that will sweep readers up in… Durham draws on elements of fantasy and horror to create an exhilarating tale of darkness and intrigue. Eamon, Caroline, and Mark are more than excited to take a…
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The Truth Effect: Rising World by Anne Mortensen

Un-put-downable… Mortensen combines a fast-paced plot with fully-fleshed out characters to create a thrilling near-future dystopian tale. Trying to expose corruption at higher levels, Kelly Blackwell, a brilliant journalist, gets discredited with libel charges. With the Truth Laws going into…