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Book Review: ‘The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher’ by Hilary Mantel


“The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher” may not be Wolf Hall, but what is? Read More »

Book Review: ‘William The Conqueror vs. King Harold’ by Jesse Lee Vint


"William The Conqueror Vs King Harlod" is a fun read for anyone who enjoys Medieval history or fantasy. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Endless Encores’ by Ken Goldstein


New book tells story of how to repeat success through people, products, and profits. Read More »

Book Review: ‘ Confessions of an Imaginary Friend, A Memoir by Jacques Paper,’ As Told to Michelle Cuevas


Confessions of an Imaginary Friend is just a wickedly funny and fun look at what happens when the imaginary discovers that they are imaginary. Read More »

Interview with Linda Lucretia Shuler, Author of ‘Hidden Shadows’

“Vague anxiety happens to every creative person, especially those of us in the arts."

Interview with Linda Lucretia Shuler, Author of "Hidden Shadows". Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Light of Hidden Flowers,’ A Novel by Jennifer Handford


Handford takes us into the psyche of a young woman who has grown up in a sheltered world and been in the background of her father’s life, unwilling to move from the protection. Read More »

Interview with S.W. O’Connell, Author of ‘The Cavalier Spy’

"As a retired Army intelligence officer, I always imagined I’d write some kind of spy story."

Interview with author S.W. 'Connell, creator of the Yankee Doodle Spies series and "The Cavalier Spy". Read More »

Book Review: ‘Bullied’ by Andre ‘Dre’ Cooper


On one level, Bullied is a simple coming of age story. On another level, it is a philosophical treatise of sublime complexity, one that evokes an emotional and intellectual response. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Kittridge Manuscript’ by Don Meyer

The Kittridge Manuscript by Don Meyer

Civil War manuscript leads to mystery and mayhem in new thriller, The Kittridge Manuscript, by Don Meyer. Read More »

Dustin Costa, Rising Novelist From The Slammer

Dustin Costa Squirrel Days

Slammer Books' philosophy is best summed up by a quote from its first publication, "Squirrel Days": "Time to take my life in my hands again". Read More »