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Book Review: ‘Love is Red’ – A Work of Fantasy and Horror by Sophie Jaff

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In "Love Is Red" a brutal serial killer walks streets of New York killing young women with the book's protagonist seemingly his ultimate target. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Killer, Come Hither’ – An Action-Filled Mystery by Louis Begley

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"Killer Come Hither" takes a deep look at morality and morals. If you enjoy mystery and suspense you will want this book for your library. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Blondes’ – A Horror Story by Emily Schultz

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A funny ‘tongue in cheek’ type of apocalyptic future where one after another horror and death or deaths are caused by blonde women throughout the world. Trying to stem the tide of killings, the research shows the only connection to be the color of the women’s hair. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Memory Painter’ by Gwendolyn Womack

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Variety is both strength and weakness of "The Memory Painter." Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Fox’s Love: Part I of the American Kitsune Series’ by Brandon Varnell

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Fans of shonen manga will most likely enjoy this novel. Read More »

Book Review: ‘South of Good,’ A Thriller by Randall Reneau

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A five star read that will be enjoyed for all fiction crime story fans who like unique characters. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Pannino is Dead’ by Marc Zirogiannis

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Pannino is Dead by Marc Zirogiannis begins one morning with John Sebastian who, while following his regular morning routine, listens to the local news and finds out that an unidentified body of a Rikers Island correctional officer was found. By the end of the day Sebastian hears in the news that the body was identified as Robert Pannino. John had met ... Read More »

Book Review: ‘Rock With Wings’ A Mystery by Anne Hillerman

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Having two separate crimes being investigated individually , you are drawn between the differences of investigation, but also into how family plays a part in the Navajo Nation and in everything thing they do. Read More »

Book Review: ‘End of Days” – Book Three of ‘Penryn and the End of Days,’ a Dystopic Novel by Susan Ee

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Ee has given us a war and a world in turmoil. There is darkness and adventure, but also an underlying faith that will hold even in the worst of situations. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Red Cavalry’ by Isaac Babel

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Pushkin Press has issued a new edition of 'Red Cavalry,' Isaac Babel's Russian short stories, originally published in 1926 paint a unique picture of time and place. Read More »