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Book Review: ‘Pieces of Time’ by Euphonos

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A hopeful romantic tries to make her vision of the classical definition of love come to personal fruition. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The President’s Club’ by FC Etier

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The second book in the Barry-Hixon Conspiracy series is as compulsive a page-turner as the first. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Disappearance’ by Susan Berliner

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A paranormal thriller follows a woman framed for her boyfriend's seeming murder. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Misplaced’ by Lee Murray

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Long time readers of my reviews know, nothing gets me more than a book with depth that makes you think. Except maybe chocolate. Read More »

Book Review: Ghost Hand by Ripley Patton

When your hand is made out of delicate blue energy, weird things can sometimes happen... Read More »

Book Review: Illumine Her by Sieni A.M.

A love story - between a woman and a man, a daughter and her father, a girl and her extended family. Read More »

Book Review: The Tourist Killer by FC Etier

An unusual sniper takes us on a interesting ride in this first novel. Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “The Boy Must Live”

Fringe comes to an end that just might end up being what fans need. Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “Anomaly XB-6783746”

Nina makes the ultimate sacrifice. Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “Black Blotter”

Peter is back in time to deal with Walter's latest LSD trip. Read More »