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Book Review: ‘Link’ A Science Fiction Novel by D.A.Karr

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Karr does a great job of putting you in the ship with Captain Garrick and his crew. He has created a team of individuals who have a strong respect for each other, even though they do not understand all the motives and personalities. They just know that there is not a one of them that does not have the other's back, including their captain. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Detroit Is Our Beat: Tales of the Four Horsemen’ by Loren D. Estleman

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Not only are the stories in Detroit Is Our Beat well written, they will keep you guessing and often surprise you at the end. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Death Is Always a Resident,’ by Lorraine Jeffery

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'Death Is Always a Resident' is a well written cozy mystery that kept me turning pages and wondering who the killer was until the end. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Galaxy Club,’ A Novel by Brendan Connell

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For those who like their noir mixed with beat poeticism and mysticism. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Disclaimer’ – A Novel of Psychological Terror by Renee Knight.

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'Disclaimer' is a complicated work of feeling and fear that raises the hair on the back of your neck, posing readers the question: Does the truth always set you free? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Compulsion,’ A Historical Drama by Meyer Levin

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Levin takes us deep into the darkness of the minds of two young killers who, to all purposes, had it all. Read More »

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 »