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Frankenstein, Dracula, and Eight More Early Tales of Terror for Halloween Reading

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Celebrate Halloween with one or two of the earliest examples of the horror novel. Read More »

Book Review: ‘New Orleans Requiem’ by D. J. Donaldson

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When a man is found stabbed with one eyelid removed and four Scrabble tiles on his chest, can the murderer be stopped before he kills again? Read More »

Interview: Ruth Hull Chatlien, Author of ‘The Ambitious Madame Bonaparte’

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"The best way to describe why I write is that it feels as though characters come up to me and say, 'If you don’t tell my story, I will die.'" Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Heart Does Not Grow Back’ by Fred Venturini

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A realistic, almost conventional story of teenage angst takes an explosive turn into the realm of magical speculative fiction. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Lodger’ by Louisa Treger

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Out of a mundane life and an affair with upcoming author H.G. Wells, Dorothy Richardson makes her way to literary fame in the midst of the suffragette movement in this historical novel. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Fate Choice and Chance: An Immigrant’s Quest’ by Geoffrey Hepburn

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The biggest turn-off was the unrealistic conversations. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Tokyo Karaoke Murder’ by Fran Pickering

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Japanphiles and crime lovers alike will love this introduction to the Josie Clark in Japan series. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Demeter Code’ by Russell Brooks

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Constant rumors and theories keep the world on edge with thoughts of pandemic horrors that could destroy everything as we know it. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Ghost Gal: The Wild Hunt (Volume 1)’ by Bobby Nash

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Get ready for a wild ride as Alexandra Holzer takes on The Wild Hunt in this short, fast-paced paranormal adventure. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Broken’ by Traci L. Slatton

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The German occupation created controls unheard of in the city of love. How might this danger have appeared to a fallen angel, one who had already lost faith? Read More »